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How We Know Red States Would Benefit From Secession

The Left is rapidly creating the conditions for revolt and secession – the logical conclusions of ever-deepening social divides and the loss of social cohesion that come with them – by its own inability to rein in its worst impulses and excesses…

It’s not at all apparent that Red states, if going it alone (or more likely, as one or more regional confederations), would find themselves at a disadvantage compared to the Blue states that choose to remain in GAE…

One thing that Red states would have going for them is that they would be likely to return to a set of more rational economic policies than we currently have… It is really true that when you let business owners and workers keep more of their income then they both save and spend more, which increases overall economic performance and stability. Same with reducing expensive and often unnecessary regulatory weight. Even more authoritarian systems such as I would prefer should mostly keep their noses out of the everyday business affairs of their citizens to the greatest extent that good order will allow…

Similarly, private firms and individuals in Red states would find themselves in the position of being able to utilise their “human resources” in more effective and efficient ways. What I essentially mean here is that the many deleterious effects arising from the Civil Rights Act of 1964 – such as affirmative action and the increasingly legally actionable effects of “disparate impact” could be dispensed with. It would no longer be legally required, for instance, to set aside a certain number of positions for unqualified Magic Americans. Businesses could hire who they want and find the best workers, whoever they might be… Read more…

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