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Secession Talk Starts in Texas

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Austin Tx, just days after the US Supreme Court declined to hear a Texas lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of election results in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin , software giant Oracle announced it is is moving its corporate center from Redwood City, California, in Silicon Valley to Austin, Texas. Hewlett Packard Enterprise also said earlier this month it is moving its headquarters to Houston from San Jose, California. Earlier this fall, real estate giant CBRE officially shifted its HQ from Los Angeles to Dallas.

In September the Ridgewood blog reported the New York Stock Exchange is signaling that it will move its electronic trading systems out of New Jersey if the state implements a Governor Murphy proposed tax on financial transactions. The NYSE said Friday that it will run one of its exchanges from a backup site in Chicago for a week as a demonstration of its readiness to quit the state, according to a notice sent to clients.

Texas Republican Representative Kyle Biederman is pushing for secession ie…independence for Texas. According to Biederman , the federal government is out of control and does not represent the values of Texans. That is why I am committing to file legislation this session that will allow a referendum to give Texans a vote for the State of Texas to reassert its status as an independent nation. This legislation perfectly aligns with Article 1 Section 2 of the Texas Constitution which reads:

“All political power is inherent in the people, and all free governments are founded on their authority, and instituted for their benefit. The faith of the people of Texas stands pledged to the preservation of a republican form of government, and, subject to this limitation only, they have at all times the inalienable right to alter, reform or abolish their government in such manner as they may think expedient.”

Texas, which brags of being a former independent republic before it joined the union in 1845, is seriously debating  walking away from the country and its dysfunctional ways .


10 thoughts on “Secession Talk Starts in Texas

  1. Secession..?

  2. Both Oracle and HP started in Northern CA.

    Really surprised to see these companies pulling up stakes and moving to TX.

  3. Wow this would be amazing. Hopefully they do it!

  4. All the states that joined the Texas lawsuit should be removed from the Union.

  5. Anonymous #4 don’t you have trust in the Judicial system?
    You know, the system Liberals use to get what they can’t through Legislation.
    Remove Texas from the Union?
    Let me guess, you think illegal aliens should be given immunity.

  6. Snow coming

  7. Absolutely unironic to have a “real man” like John Wayne as the pic for this post, when all of the commenters here are a bunch of keyboard warriors who get mad if their Starbucks barista delivers their Venti Skim Milk latte with a BLM mask on.

  8. It’s about time they left

  9. Interesting that discussion isn’t just Texas. The Democrats (the party of inclusion) want Pelosi to not seat the 100+ Reps that cried foul. Almost the same States that cried foul 170 or so years ago.

  10. If NJ secedes it will join Cuba or Venezuala

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