As much as I dislike Orly Taitz, she is a citizen of the United States and unless she by her own actions renounces that citizenship, she has the right to live here, just as much as all the other people I don’t like.
Now, Orly Taitz offers us a solution, remove the entire state of California from the Union. Taitz says, citing historian (according to Taitz) Thomas DiLorenzo, that every state has the right of secession. She writes:
Today we are seeing an unprecedented tyranny of the federal government and it might take a secession by one or several states to wake up and shake up the federal government into ending the abuses.
The crackpot is strong in that one (more nonsense in the article).
I personally would be sad to see California go, especially Berkeley. Perhaps Orly can declare her own state within California, and then it could secede.
They’d none of them be missed; they’d none of them be missed.
Throwing Lincoln under the bus
There is one curious item in the article, attributed to DiLorenzo: “a warrant issued by Lincoln to arrest the chief judge of the Supreme court for disagreeing with Lincoln.” All major Lincoln biographers have concluded that this alleged secret warrant never existed although that possibility might have been discussed within the Lincoln administration. (See Wikipedia: Taney Arrest Warrant.)