Thursday, July 18, 2013

The 51st State Initiative Blog

Progress Now Colorado's attempt at mocking the 51st State Initiative for North Colorado.
The 51st State Initiative to create a the new state of Northern Colorado has a blog.

No, it isn't a joke.

Yes, people are serious.

If you're curious or supportive about the effort or just want to learn more, head on over and start reading.

The 51st State Initiative

Colorado has been hijacked by liberals and the good folk are fighting back with recalls, drone hunting permits, magazine swaps, open carry marches, business's leaving, State Sheriffs suing, and so on.

I think there's a good chance that the Red-Blooded Americans of Colorado can take their state back. They're putting up a pretty good fight.


  1. We won't take the state back because we can't pull our heads out of our asses and set aside petty differences -- petty in comparison to the overall fact of progressive domination, major personal deal-breaking points to individuals -- and work for a common front of taking the state back and then dealing with individual preferences and issues. We are splintered into too many single issue crusades where each group/individual puts their specific issue ahead of all others and if that issue/s doesn't receive priority we stomp our feet in a temper tantrum and retreat to our little ideological caves refusing to participate in the fight against progressivism/statism/communism/Marxism, etc., if our pet ideological single issue isn't first and foremost.

    The leftists learned that lesson and regrouped -- took the state over in a couple of years. It should be noted that even after the took over the state government they couldn't settle all of their differences right away -- look how long it took them to "settle" civil unions, "minor" gun control, etc.

    There's an excellent account of how the Dems pulled together and took control of the state written by a conservative author. The same "blueprint for political domination" is now being used nationwide by the dems, while the Republicans/conservatives keep bickering about individual issues as being "deal breakers."

    Keep bickering, holding true to individual crusades and remain on the outside looking in, kvetching about how the progressives are ruining the state/country...

    The report, if anyone is actually interested in seeing how political dominance is achieved, is The Blueprint: How the Democrats Won Colorado. It can be found in local bookstores, libraries and, of course, online at stores like Amazon ( )

  2. I applaud and support this effort to establish a new body politic. It is, as those of us who know Jefferson, the continuation of the very concept of freedom that was established by the Rev War. But it is only a first step. Through money and brute power, and unconstitutional law, the states are the lackeys and hand maidens of the national government. The real solution is full national independence from DC as well. And again, as all of us in the South remember,n that is a difficult battle. But an honorable battle. May God Bless your movement.(Rick in VA)

  3. Legally, by the ballot box, impossible. They'll never let you go and you know it.

    This sounds like another scam to drain 3% people of their hard-earned cash.

    Sucks ass that you guys forgot to procreate and raise your kids right.


  4. Greatest move in recent American history! You won't have to make any clarion calls to the world such as "Come West young man". Kentucky, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, and my Volunteer state of Tennessee will have a million conservatives running for that new state, so make sure you've got a stake of land now! By the time we arrive, a 1/10th acre plot will cost $50,000.00 Why you say? The fine wine taste of freedom sir! In
    a new state where a man will even be afraid to utter the word lobama.
    Tennessee Trough Master

  5. Good luck with that. There is also a growing movement (not the first time) for eastern WA, northern ID and western MT to merge and become a sovereign state. That would be even more difficult than what you're attempting. You only need the Colorado legislature to approve it and then both the House and the Senate need to approve it. We'd need WA, ID & MT legislatures to approve it plus the good old boys in DC. This will NEVER happen peacefully.

    Article IV Section 3

    New states may be admitted by the Congress into this union; but no new states shall be formed or erected within the jurisdiction of any other state; nor any state be formed by the junction of two or more states, or parts of states, without the consent of the legislatures of the states concerned as well as of the Congress.