Time to secede, again?

By WND Staff


Has America lost sight of its heritage of freedom? Is it time for a new secessionist movement?

Michael Hill, president of the League of the South, will be Joseph Farah’s guest on his nationally syndicated radio show today to tackle those big issues and others.

The League was formed in Alabama in June 1994 by a group of 27 scholars, pastors, journalists, artists, businessmen and others with the purpose of advancing “the cultural, social, economic, and political well being and independence of the southern people by all honorable means.”

The League now has members in all 50 states and several European countries. It has active chapters in 26 states.

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Farah is enlisting supporters of his radio show to help it grow and have an even greater impact. Here’s how:

“If you really want the truth to get out, if you really want to spread the message of freedom from coast to coast, if you really want to change the political culture of America, there are innumerable ways to get involved and support the work that is already under way,” says Farah.