New England Secession's Journal|
[Most Recent Entries]
Below are the 12 most recent journal entries recorded in
New England Secession's LiveJournal:
|Monday, October 24th, 2005|
We're UFO Music, a label that is for a revolution in the music industry, and at the moment we're looking for label reps to help us out with shows in the Maine area (and beyond). Basically its an entry position with great potential for growth (possibly A&R work if things work out).
First job is simple. We have a group called Enter the Hagis that has a show in November in Portland. We would basically need you to hand out stickers at the show and possibly put up flyers at retail/clubs. If you're interested there is a free ticket in there for you.
- Good Work ethic
- 21+ (specifically for this show, if you aren't you can still contact us and we'll put you on the list for future shows)
If you are at all interested, please let us know ASAP.
|Saturday, October 22nd, 2005|
On the Side of Reality:
On Friday October 28, the Second Vermont Republic will host the first statewide convention on secession since N. Carolina in May of 1861, In the house chamber of the Vermont State House in Montpelier Vermont> It is totally open to the public any any one of you who would like to attend is totally welcome.
Long live Vermont, New England, and California
|Wednesday, September 7th, 2005|
Open Source National Law Project (x-post)
Hi, I'm going to Oglethorpe University, and one of my 4 courses is Business Law I.
Well, as I do have a long-lasting interest in politics, as well as in computer technology, this particular class has inspired me to concoct this particular idea that combines law and open source in a potentially earth-shaking manner. This is what I was writing just a few minutes ago:( Read more...Collapse )
What do you think?
|Wednesday, July 27th, 2005|
Shameless Pluging for a Good Cause
I support the secession movement for the sections of the United States
that are drifting further apart from the "mainsteam". I mean seriously,
what has the 'heartland' done for us in the Northeast?
However, I noticed there is no LJ community supporting the secession of
New York City. While California has multiple communities, not to
mention this one and a few others, there was no community dedicated to
liberating one of the world's greatest cities. Thats why me and a
friend decided to make
|Saturday, March 12th, 2005|
Hi everyone my name is Brian and I joined the group a few days ago. I've just now had a chance to put in an entry. I think this is a good group, and I know that few people have even thought of New England Secession. I'm very proud of being a New Englander, even though I was born elsewhere. New England pretty much made this country, and yet people today don't even give us the recognition we deserve. Our country is becoming to Southern and Western as well. We might as well leave the Union!!
|Sunday, March 6th, 2005|
Hey everyone -
Looking for New England antifolk (think Moldy Peaches, old Beck, etc) or other offbeat acoustic fans or artists in the area (especially artists!) -
I started up NewEnglandAntifolk.com
the other day... I know a ton of activity goes on in New York, but who all is around here? Anyone?
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you're an artist and are interested in being added to the upcoming site. Thanks!
-Jake (in New Hampshire)Crudslide.com
|Sunday, January 16th, 2005|
New England Secession
New England Secession:
Education and discussion of the possibilities of the New England states seceding from the union.http://newenglandsecession.blogspot.com/
I just this morning found this "Journal". I hope you check out my "blog". I have been researching this for sometime now. I am working on a few more articles to add to it.
Hope to hear from you folks!
|Sunday, November 21st, 2004|
|Tuesday, November 16th, 2004|
|Monday, November 15th, 2004|
Constitutionaly Free in MA
I found this over in blue_states:
"The people of this Commonwealth have the sole and exclusive right of governing themselves, as a free, sovereign, and independent State; and do, and forever hereafter shall, exercise and enjoy every power, jurisdiction, and right, which is not, or may not hereafter, be by them expressly delegated to the United States of America in Congress assembled."- Constitution of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Part the First, Article IV
So I guess the next step is to get enough signatures to put a question on the ballot revoking any delegation to the U.S.? And I wonder how many other states have such a clause.
|Friday, November 5th, 2004|
okie doke, this is the first post of the new england secessionist forum. In the wake of the crushing defeat exacted upon the Democratic Party on November 2-3, 2004, such a serious idea as secession of states that were heavily set against the accession of the Republicans to almost total power in an increasingly restrictive "federal" government can no longer be ignored.
Thus I invite all who are concerned to come, post, comment, discuss, rant, and whatnot. I hope that such can open new doors for dialogue on this idea, as well as the belief in the federal philosophy that should have set the ground for the United States' founding in the first place.