What do Texas and New Hampshire have in common? They’re both headed for an EXIT.
On March 6th, Daniel Miller, President of the Texas Nationalist Movement, traveled to New Hampshire to bring the message of self-determination and self-government to attendees of the Liberty Forum.
Speaking on a panel focused on states that want to exit the union, Miller was joined by Elliot Axelman, President of the Foundation for New Hampshire Independence, and Steven Axelman, founder and chairman of Americans United For Peaceful Separation. They discussed some of the fundamental issues surrounding successfully advancing the cause of independence and highlighted the core similarities of all movements seeking their respective state’s independence.
The enthusiastic crowd lined up for an informative Q&A session that covered many of the key questions independence advocates have on the issue.
The panel came ahead of a vote in the New Hampshire House of Representatives on CACR32, a constitutional amendment to put the question of New Hampshire independence to a vote of the state’s more than 800,000 registered voters. Several of the State Representatives who supported the bill were in attendance.
The participation of both Texas and New Hampshire signaled a renewed effort to connect independence movements in the various States of the United States.
You can watch a condensed version of Miller’s remarks from the panel below.