I would be supportive of places like Texas, Kansas and some parts of Idaho seceding
, but that is my political bent.
In February, the seceding
states formed the Confederate States of America.
The valley would be seceding
from the city of Los Angeles.
Do portions of seceding
republics themselves have the right to secede?
Californians are seriously considering seceding
from the United States after Donald Trump went from being the Republican nominee to President-elect.
There's almost no chance Texas Republicans will actually vote in favor of seceding
, mind you - not least because most of the party wants nothing to do with this - but the fact we're even mentioning secession and the Texas GOP convention in the same sentence suggests that the once-fringe movement has become a priority for at least some conservative grassroots Texans.
To all the people who voted against seceding
from Los Angeles: You asked for it; you got it.
It still gave the seceding
states until the end of the year to cease their rebellion and retain their slaves.
But the court ruled that Texas had remained a state since joining the union in 1845, despite seceding
to join the Confederate States of America.
The states drafted and ratified the Ordinance of Secession during that time, and also ratified their own state ordinances, explaining their particular reasons for seceding
I read each day with interest about the San Fernando Valley seceding
from Los Angeles.
I was a fence sitter on the issue of the Valley seceding
from the city.