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Christian States of America

OTL equivalent: AL, AR, GA, FL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MS, MO, NE, NC, OK, SC, TN, TX, WV
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Motto: 
God Hates Fags (Official)
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CapitalOklahoma City
Largest city Houston
Demonym Christian American
Currency CSA dollar

PLEASE NOTE

We do NOT support religious rule, racism or violence. This scenario is only satire. None of the statements listed below are meant to be taken seriously!

Parody

The rules and government of the Christian States of America are a parody of the following:

  • The beliefs and writings of Michael Pearl
  • The beliefs of Steven Anderson
  • The beliefs of Roger Jimenez
  • The rules at Pensacola Christian College
  • The rules at Bob Jones University
  • The rules at Hyles-Anderson College
  • The rules at Liberty University
  • The beliefs of the Independent Fundamental Baptist denomination
  • The beliefs of Westboro Baptist Church, Fred Phelps and Shirley Phelps-Roper
  • The beliefs of the Ku Klux Klan
  • The beliefs of Drudge Report
  • The beliefs of Glenn Beck
  • The beliefs of The Daily Caller
  • The beliefs of Breitbart
  • The beliefs of Bryan Fischer
  • The beliefs of Ann Coulter
  • The beliefs of Fox News
  • The beliefs of ZeroHedge
  • The beliefs of Conservapedia
  • The beliefs of White Supremacist Richard Spencer
  • The beliefs of Donald Trump and his cabinet (in the real world)
  • The beliefs of the Republican Party
  • The beliefs of the Constitution Party
  • The beliefs of the German Nazi Party
  • The beliefs of Kim Jong Un
  • The beliefs of Sharia Law
  • The beliefs of the Values Voter Summit
  • The beliefs of the Concerned Women for America
  • The beliefs of Focus on the Family

Government

Religion Independent Fundamental Baptist
Independence March 21, 2021
Largest Ethnic Group White
Language English
Anthem Amazing Grace
Motto God Hates Fags (Official)
Governing Body Independent Baptist Coalition
Population 146.2 Million (2021)
President Steven Anderson
Vice-President Roger Jimenez


Background

Elizabeth Warren (Democratic) 256
Michael Pence (Republican) 200
Jill Stein (Green Party) 37
Steven Anderson (Christian Totalitarian) 29
Jesse Ventura (Libertarian) 10
Evan McMullin (Constitution) 6

The Christian States of America was founded in 2021 by Christian Totalitarian Party leader Steven Anderson and running-mate Roger Jimenez, after defeating both Mike Pence and Elizabeth Warren in the 2020 US Presidential Election. Nobody initially won the election, as no candidate made it to 270. The House of Representatives were forced by many Independent Baptist groups to vote for Steven Anderson (via Write-in), or they would be "put to death". Anderson enacted his ultimate plan immediately, creating the CSA by separating half of America from the "Liberal sodomites of the Blue States". The CSA would ultimately consist of Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and West Virginia. 2020 third-place finisher Mike Pence, as well as Ben Shapiro and Texas Senator Ted Cruz were strong supporters of the new country, helping it achieve independence on March 21, 2021. The newly-established capital of the CSA would be Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

CSA Presidential Cabinet 2021

Position Name Known For
President Steven Anderson Pastor of Faithful Word Baptist Church
Vice-President Roger Jimenez Pastor of Verity Baptist Church
Speaker of the House David Berzins Pastor of Word of Truth Baptist Church
Pro Tempore of Senate Donnie Romero Pastor of Stedfast Baptist-Texas
Secretary of State Manly Perry Pastor of Old Paths Baptist Church
Money Handler Adam Fannin Main Preacher of Stedfast Baptist-Jacksonville
Anti-CSA Hate-Speech Monitor Bruce Mejia Pastor of Faithful Word Baptist-Los Angeles
Attorney General Tommy McMurty Pastor of Liberty Baptist Church
Secretary of Prosecution Joe Major Pastor of Faith Baptist Church
Secretary of Executions Aaron Thompson Pastor of Verity Baptist-Vancouver (WA)
Secretary of Sodomite-Killing Michael Johnson Pastor of Temple Baptist Church
Secretary of Labor Jason Robinson Pastor of Mountain Baptist Church
Secretary of Soul-Winning Jonathan Shelley Faithful Word Baptist-North
Secretary of Internet and Online Resources Ben Knight Another key figure in the IFB movement who celebrates deaths of people he doesn't like, such as Stephen Hawking.

Constitution

US Constitution CSA Constitution
There are two senators per state with six-year term and serves without term limits. There are four senators per state with eight-year term and may seek re-election once.
Representatives are elected to a two-year term and serves without term limits. Representatives are elected to a four-year term and may seek re-election three times.
The president is elected for a term of four-years and serves without term limits. There are no terms, a President has his position until he resigns, is impeached, or passes away.
The Government shall establish no religion The Government shall establish Independent Fundamental Baptism as the main religion, and only legal religion.

Religion

  • The only legal religion in the CSA is Independent Fundamental Baptism. It is to be worshiped by ALL citizens.
  • Citizens are zoned to churches (of which they must attend). They must be in attendance at ALL services and meetings during the week. Job conflicts are NOT an excuse to miss a service or church meeting. Citizens who are not able to physically attend the service MUST watch the service at home on their television, along with taking a quiz.
    • Attendance is to be recorded using Driver Licenses.
    • A $300 fine and 150 lashes will be assessed for each missed church service.
    • Most churches have in-between nine (9) and twelve (12) services per week.
    • Example of an average weekly church service schedule:
      • Four (4) Sunday Services (8:30 AM-10:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:30 PM, 4:30 PM-6:00 PM & 7:30 PM-9:30 PM).
      • One (1) Tuesday Church Meeting (6:30 PM-7:45 PM)
      • Two (2) Wednesday Services (4:30 PM-6:00 PM & 7:30 PM-9:00 PM).
      • One (1) Thursday Service (7:00 PM-9:00 PM)
      • One (1) Friday Service (7:00 PM-9:00 PM)
      • Two (2) Saturday Services (Noon-1:45 PM & 7:00 PM-8:45 PM)
    • Citizens are required to stand during ALL church songs.
  • After each service, citizens are required to take a 25-question multiple choice quiz. These quizzes cover the information stated during the service.
    • A "pass" is a 60% or above (At least 15 of the 25 answered correctly).
    • If a citizens fails a test, they will receive 100 lashes for each failed quiz the following Sunday.
  • All citizens aged ten and older are to pray at least three times a day. They shall record the prayers on a video camera and E-Mail them to the CSA Government.
  • Bible lessons are to be conducted at least three times per week not including Sunday in households of two or more people. Packets must be filled out explaining the verses recited as well as the duration of the Bible study.
  • On the third full week of March, all churches are required to hold an annual Bible Conference. This is the week of what was formerly known as "Spring Break" for students. All patrons are required to attend the Bible Conference conducted by their zoned church.
    • The Bible Conference duration shall last from Monday until Friday, with two (2) or three (3) separate two-hour sessions per day.
    • Example of an average Bible Conference Schedule:
      • Monday:
        • Session #1 (11:00 AM-1:00 PM)
        • After-Church Quiz (1:05 PM-1:30 PM)
        • Session #2 (3:30 PM-5:30 PM)
        • After-Church Quiz (5:35 PM-6:00 PM)
        • Session #3 (7:00 PM-9:00 PM)
        • After-Church Quiz (9:05 PM-9:30 PM)
      • Tuesday:
        • Report for flogging [previous day's quizzes] (9:00 AM)
        • Session #1 (Noon-2:00 PM)
        • After-Church Quiz (2:05 PM-2:30 PM)
        • Required Meeting (3:30 PM-5:00 PM)
        • Session #2 (7:30 PM-9:30 PM)
        • After-Church Quiz (9:35 PM-10:00 PM)
      • Wednesday:
        • Report for flogging [previous day's quizzes] (5:30 AM)
        • Regular Service (7:00 AM-8:30 AM)
        • After-Church Quiz (8:35 AM-9:00 AM)
        • Session #1 (10:00 AM-Noon)
        • After-Church Quiz (12:05 PM-12:30 PM)
        • Session #2 (2:00 PM-4:00 PM)
        • After-Church Quiz (4:05 PM-4:30 PM)
        • Regular Service #2 (4:45 PM-6:00 PM)
        • After-Church Quiz (6:05 PM-6:30 PM)
        • Session #3 (7:30 PM-9:30 PM)
        • After-Church Quiz (9:35 PM-10:00 PM)
      • Thursday:
        • Report for flogging [previous day's quizzes] (9:00 PM)
        • Session #1 (11:30 AM-1:30 PM)
        • After-Church Quiz (1:35 PM-2:00 PM)
        • Session #2 (5:00 PM-7:00 PM)
        • After-Church Quiz (7:05 PM-7:30 PM)
        • Report for flogging (9:15 PM)
      • Friday:
        • Regular Service #1 (7:00 AM-8:30 AM)
        • After-Church Quiz (8:35 PM-9:00 AM)
        • Session #1 (10:00 AM-Noon)
        • After-Church Quiz (12:05 PM-12:30 PM)
        • Session #2 (1:30 PM-3:30 PM)
        • After-Church Quiz (3:35 PM-4:00 PM)
        • Regular Service #2 (4:30 PM-6:00 PM)
        • After-Church Quiz (6:05 PM-6:30 PM)
        • Session #3 (7:30 PM-9:30 PM)
        • After-Church Quiz (9:35 PM-10:00 PM)
      • Saturday:
        • Report for flogging [previous day's quizzes] (7:30 AM)
        • Regular Saturday activities (All Day)
    • Patrons are required to be in their designated church seats at least five (5) minutes before each session.
    • Any patron who misses a session, or who is late to a session, will be sentenced to 500 lashes per tardy/absence.
    • A 25-question multiple choice quiz having to do with the church service will be given out to attendees at the conclusion of that day's final session.
    • Those who fail to get at least 15 of the 25 questions correct will receive 250 lashes.
  • The King James Bible is the only legal Bible version.

Education

  • Public Schools are illegal.
  • All colleges and universities must contain a chapel. They also must contain the same rules as Pensacola Christian College.
  • For grades K-12, classes must be separated by gender. Boys must be in one class and girls in another.
  • For all colleges and universities, classes must be separated by gender.
  • Women are NOT allowed to teach in ANY classroom.
  • The teaching of "evolution" is off-limits and a criminal offense.
    • Schools are required to teach Young Earth Creationism.
  • Teaching or promoting "Communistic/Liberal ideologies" such as "Free College" or "Universal Healthcare" will result in termination.
  • Fire Exit Drills are to be conducted at least twice (2x) per semester for K-12 institutions. At least one (1) shall be conducted per semester at colleges and universities.
    • When the fire alarm sounds, students are to evacuate the premises and gather at their designated muster areas.
      • Gathering areas are separated by gender.
    • Women are to be fully-dressed in either skirts or dresses before evacuating their dorm room, whether it be a drill or real fire emergency.
      • Women who are not modestly-dressed will be asked to return to the building to change, whether it be a drill or real fire emergency.
    • Men only need to put on a shirt and shorts/pants before evacuating.
  • On-Campus college students are not required to attend the same Bible Conference as their parents.
    • However, they are required to attend the Bible Conference at their college or university.
  • Women are required to wear uniforms from K-12. Any woman enrolled in college also must wear a uniform.
    • The uniform shall consist of:
      • A blue or black jumper covering the ankles.
      • Long-sleeved shirt
      • Black or blue shoes
      • Headscarf
    • No makeup is allowed.
  • Men are not required to wear a uniform, but they must dress "Business-friendly".
  • Student curfew on college campuses varies per gender:
    • Male curfew is 10:45 PM, except for Fine Arts nights, when it is 11:50 PM.
    • Female Curfew is 9:30 PM, except for Fine Arts nights, when it is 10:45 PM.

Entertainment and Media

  • Viewing or ownership of a movie is illegal
    • The only movie-like films citizens may watch are documentaries made by Steven Anderson or one of his affiliates.
  • Only two TV channel exists: The IFB Network (IFB) and the Christian Sports Network (CSN).
  • Citizens are required to attend all Christian concerts, Christian Fine Arts events and Christian musical performances conducted by their zoned-church.
    • In the auditorium where the Fine Arts Event is held, seating must be segregated by gender.
  • All music is banned except for Traditional Hymns.
  • The following music genres are banned:
    • Rock
    • Rap
    • Pop
    • Folk
    • Reggae
    • Metal
    • Jazz
    • Blues
    • Wave
    • Country
    • New Age
    • Soul
    • Secular Holiday Music
    • Southern Gospel
    • Contemporary Christian
  • Earphones and headphones are illegal.
  • Those who were (in any time of their life) associated with a music group of a banned genre, will be arrested and sentenced to life in prison.
  • Video games are banned
  • Movie Theaters are banned.
  • All TV commercials MUST promote Christianity.
  • Any Internet website not having to do with positive Christianity is banned.
    • YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest are all banned.
    • Wikipedia is also banned. Conservapedia shall take its place.
  • Use of the Internet is prohibited after 11:15 PM.
    • Internet providers will shut off access from 11:16 PM until 6:00 AM the next morning.
  • The following buildings and facilities MUST have elevators and/or stairs segregated by gender (male set of stairs/elevators & female set of stairs):
    • Colleges and universities.
    • Shopping Malls
    • Churches (if more than one story)
    • Office buildings
    • Airports
    • Other buildings with more than one floor.
      • In other words, males are only permitted to use the male set of stairs and females are only permitted to use the female set of stairs.
      • Even in emergency situations, males and females must use the stairwells assigned to their gender.
      • However, if the female is under eight years of age, she may use the male stairwell (accompanied by their father) for safety reasons.

Holidays

Thanksgiving

  • Thanksgiving takes place on the same day as the United States of America.
    • On Thanksgiving Day, churches are required to hold a Thanksgiving Service, Staff vs. Staff Turkey Bowl and Thanksgiving Dinner.
    • Example of an average Thanksgiving church schedule (attendance mandatory at all events):
      • Thanksgiving Church Service (1:00 PM-2:30 PM)
      • After-Church Quiz (2:35 PM-3:15 PM)
      • Turkey Bowl (4:00 PM-6:00 PM)
      • Thanksgiving Dinner [Separated by Gender] (6:15 PM-8:30 PM)
      • Thanksgiving Fine Arts Production (8:45 PM-10:15 PM)
      • Report for Flogging (10:20 PM)
    • Attendance at all the above events is required.
    • The Turkey Bowl is a soccer match between male church staff members.
      • All citizens are required to attend the Turkey Bowl.
      • Bleachers are separated by gender, and are on both sides of the field.
    • The Thanksgiving Dinner lasts from 6:15 PM until 8:30 PM. All citizens are required to attend the Thanksgiving Dinner.
    • Students residing on a college campus are NOT allowed to come home for Thanksgiving.
      • On-Campus students shall participate in EVERY activity and church service planned by the college.
      • Thanksgiving dinner for On-Campus students shall be at the college, separated by gender.
    • Failure to attend a Thanksgiving event or Thanksgiving Dinner will result in public flogging.

National "Assault a Sodomite" Day

  • National "Assault a Sodomite" Day is every July 4.
  • This holiday was established by Roger Jimenez as well as President Steven Anderson.
    • On this day, citizens are free to check into prisons to beat up, assault or even kill those in the "Sodomite Ward".

Independence Day

  • Independence Day is every March 21, the day the CSA was separated from the USA.
  • Example of an average Independence Day church schedule (attendance mandatory at all events):
    • First Church Service (10:00 AM-Noon)
    • After-Church Quiz (12:05 PM-12:30 PM)
    • Church Lunch [Separated by Gender] (12:30 PM-2:00 PM)
    • Independence Day Fine Arts Production (4:00 PM-5:45 PM)
    • Church Dinner [Separated by Gender] (6:00 PM-7:30 PM)
    • Second Church Service (7:45 PM-9:15 PM)
    • After-Church Quiz (9:20 PM-9:55 PM)
    • Fireworks (10:10 PM-10:30 PM)
      • Those who failed an after-church quiz will report for flogging and will miss the fireworks displays.
    • Citizens are required to attend ALL events organized by their zoned-church.
    • Dress Codes for both genders are the same as Thanksgiving.

Graduation Day

  • Graduation Day takes place on the third Friday of every May.
  • This is the day when graduates from Middle School, High School and College are recognized.
  • Example of an average Graduation Day church schedule (attendance mandatory at all events):
    • Graduation Service #1 (9:30 AM-11:30 AM)
    • Graduation Service #2 (1:30 PM-3:30 PM)
    • Graduation Service #3 (5:00 PM-7:00 PM)
    • Graduation Service #4 (7:30 PM-9:30 PM)
  • Graduation ceremonies for any middle school, high school or college take place at the nearest church.
    • Citizens are required to attend ALL graduation ceremonies at their zoned-church.
    • Formal Dress is required for both men and women.

Christmas

  • Christmas is on December 25.
  • Citizens are also required to attend all church activities on Christmas Day.
  • Example of an average Christmas church schedule (attendance mandatory at all events):
    • December 24:
    • Church Service #1 (Noon-1:45 PM)
    • After-Church Quiz (1:50 PM-2:25 PM)
    • Christmas Eve Fine Arts Production (3:30 PM-5:15 PM)
    • Christmas Candlelight Service (6:30 PM-9:00 PM)
    • After-Church Quiz (9:05 PM-9:40 PM)
    • Report for flogging (10:00 PM)
    • December 25:
    • Church Service #1 (12:30 PM-2:15 PM)
    • After-Church Quiz (2:20 PM-2:45 PM)
    • Christmas Day Service (3:30 PM-6:00 PM)
    • After-Church Quiz (6:05 PM-6:30 PM)
    • Christmas Dinner [Separated by Gender] (6:30 PM-8:00 PM)
    • Christmas Fine Arts Production (8:15 PM-10:00 PM)
    • Report for flogging (10:15 PM)
  • Formal Dress is required for both men and women.
  • Those who do not make at least a 60% on each quiz will be given the same punishment for failing a Bible Conference Quiz.
  • NOTE: Saying "Happy Holidays" is strictly prohibited. Citizens are required to say "Merry Christmas".

Easter

  • The date Easter Sunday falls on varies per year, but it is always either in March or April.
  • Citizens are required to attend all Good Friday Services, Holy Saturday Services, Easter Sunday Services as well as Easter Monday Services and events conducted by their zoned-church.
  • Example of an average Easter schedule (attendance mandatory at all events):
    • Good Friday:
    • Church Service (8:30 AM-10:30 AM)
    • After-Church Quiz (10:35 AM-11:00 AM)
    • Good Friday Fine Arts Production (2:00 PM-3:30 PM)
    • Good Friday Service (5:30 PM-7:30 PM)
    • After-Church Quiz (7:35 PM-8:00 PM)
    • Report for flogging (9:30 PM)
    • Holy Saturday:
    • Church Service #1 (9:00 AM-10:45 AM)
    • After-Church Quiz (10:50 AM-11:15 AM)
    • Church Service #2 (2:00 PM-3:45 PM)
    • After-Church Quiz (3:50 PM-4:15 PM)
    • Fine Arts Production (7:30 PM-9:00 PM)
    • Report for flogging (9:15 PM)
    • Easter Sunday:
    • Church Service #1 (8:00 AM-10:00 AM)
    • After-Church Quiz (10:05 AM-10:30 AM)
    • Easter Brunch [Separated by Gender] (Noon-1:45 PM)
    • Easter Fine Arts Production (2:30 PM-4:00 PM)
    • Church Service #2 (5:00 PM-6:15 PM)
    • After-Church Quiz (6:20 PM-6:45 PM)
    • Easter Dinner [Separated by Gender] (7:00 PM-8:30 PM)
    • Report for flogging (9:00 PM)
    • Easter Monday:
    • Church Service #1 (10:00 AM-11:30 AM)
    • After-Church Quiz (11:35 AM-Noon)
    • Church Service #2 (3:30 PM-5:00 PM)
    • After-Church Quiz (5:05 PM-5:30 PM)
    • Easter Recital (7:30 PM-8:45 PM)
    • Report for flogging (9:00 PM)
  • Formal Dress is required for both men and women.
  • Those who do not make at least a 60% on each quiz will be given the same punishment for failing a Christmas Service or Bible Conference Quiz.

New Year's

  • New Year's Day is, of course, January 1.
  • Citizens are required to attend all New Year's Eve services/events as well as all New Year's Day services/events.
  • Example of an average New Year's church schedule (attendance mandatory at all events):
    • New Year's Eve (December 31):
    • Church Service #1 (11:30 AM-1:00 PM)
    • After-Church Quiz (1:05 PM-1:30 PM)
    • Church Service #2 (3:15 PM-4:45 PM)
    • After-Church Quiz (4:50 PM-5:20 PM)
    • New Year's Eve Dinner [Separated by Gender] (6:00 PM-7:30 PM)
    • New Year's Eve Fine Arts Production (7:45 PM-9:15 PM)
    • Report for flogging (9:30 PM)
    • New Year's Day (January 1):
    • Church Service #1 (9:00 AM-11:00 AM)
    • After-Church Quiz (11:05 AM-11:30 AM)
    • New Year's Day Brunch [Separated by Gender] (Noon-1:30 PM)
    • Church Service #2 (2:00 PM-3:30 PM)
    • After-Church Quiz (3:35 PM-4:00 PM)
    • New Year's Day Fine Arts Production (5:00 PM-6:30 PM)
    • Church Service #3 (7:00 PM-8:00 PM)
    • After-Church Quiz (8:05 PM-8:30 PM)
    • Report for flogging (9:45 PM)
  • Formal Dress is required for both men and women.
  • Those who do not make at least a 60% on each quiz will be given the same punishment for failing another holiday or Bible Conference Quiz.

National Day of Prayer

  • The National Day of Prayer is held annually on the first Thursday of May.
  • Citizens are required to attend all National Day of Prayer church services and events.
  • Instead of an "after-church quiz" taking place after every service, an exam will be given at the conclusion of the final service. Same flogging procedures apply.
  • Example of an average National Day of Prayer church schedule (attendance mandatory at all events):
    • Opening Service (Church Service #1: (7:00 AM-8:30 AM)
    • Church Service #2 (9:15 AM-10:45 PM)
    • Church Service #3 (11:00 AM-12:30 PM)
    • National Day of Prayer Brunch (Separated by Gender) (12:45 PM-2:00 PM)
    • Church Service #4 (2:30 PM-4:00 PM)
    • Church Service #5 (4:15 PM-5:45 PM)
    • Church Service #6 (6:00 PM-7:00 PM)
    • After-Church Exam (7:05 PM-7:45 PM)
      • Citizens may eat a snack after the exam but must finish prior to Fine Arts.
    • National Day of Prayer Fine Arts Production (7:55 PM-8:45 PM)
    • Report for flogging (9:00 PM)

Family Values

  • Men (husbands and fathers) have FULL authority over women.
  • Wives are to be submissive to their husbands at ALL times.
    • Husbands are allowed to tell their Representative of Floggings to "flog" his wife if she is not submissive.
    • Women may only pursue an education beyond high school if they get signed permission from their husband or father.
  • Homosexuality is illegal and punishable by death.
  • Acceptance of homosexuality will result in a $10,000 fine and 15,000 lashes.
  • Same-sex marriage is illegal and punishable by death.
  • Divorce is illegal in ALL circumstances
  • In order to keep all CSA citizens 'in check', hidden cameras are placed around EVERY household to monitor behavior.
  • Sex before marriage is illegal and is punishable by life in prison.
  • Women outside the house and in public must be accompanied by their husbands. Any woman caught alone in public will be sentenced to public flogging.
  • Women aged 18 and up are not allowed to read novels or fiction.
    • The only content they are allowed to read are The King James Bible, To Train Up A Child, other Christian Fundamentalist parenting books, books on how to perform housekeeping or books on how to be a good Christian housewife.
  • All engaged couples must attend a Christian marriage counseling class.
  • A woman who becomes pregnant must (with her husband) attend a Christian parenting class. The book To Train Up a Child by Michael Pearl will be heavily emphasized in these classes.
  • Women are allowed to work, but their job must be approved by their husband or father. They may only make $7.25 an hour or less.
  • Women are required to wear a skirt or dress at all times. Failure to do so will result in public flogging.
    • Sleeves are required at all times for women.
      • Men are not required to wear sleeves for recreation.
    • Women are NOT allowed to swim.
    • Women are NOT allowed to wear shorts or pants.
  • Men's hair length is not to reach below the collar.
    • Men are to be clean-shaven at ALL times, this means no beards, mustaches or facial hair.
  • Teens and young couples under the age of 26 who wish to date must submit their plea to their representative.
    • In the plea, they must submit their plans, where they go on the date and how long they will be out.
    • A signature by a parent or legal guardian is required for couples containing a member aged 25 or under.
    • Couples with a member aged 25 or under must contain a third-party chaperone.
      • The chaperone must be 18 years of age or older.
  • Child abuse is legal as long at it is done "in the name of Christianity" and followed the principles of To Train Up a Child.
    • This includes, but is not limited to: spanking, paddling, physical labor, torture (waterboarding, etc.), kicking, punching, burning, drowning, and strangulation. Use of karate or Tae-Kwon-Do is also permitted on disobedient children.
    • Caregivers are permitted to use the following on children for corporal punishment: Bare hands, fists, shoes (spikes, cleats, spurs), belts, wooden boards/paddles, newspapers, books, baseball bats, golf clubs, plastic tubing, metal rods, tree branches, hammers, pepper spray, or other house tools. Other forms of punishments are also permitted: Isolation, starvation, grounding, and abandonment. Caregivers are permitted to discipline/beat up children and babies for no specific reason if they please
  • Women are not allowed to use birth control.
    • Use of birth control is punishable by life in prison, a fine and flogging.
  • Beaches and public pools are segregated by gender.
    • Women are required to wear a full-body suit with long sleeves and a head-covering as their swimsuit.
      • Women are not allowed to swim, they are only allowed to bathe and supervise their children.
  • Dancing is strictly prohibited under ALL circumstances.

General Laws and Policies

  • Immigration, legal and illegal, is prohibited.
  • Every conversation of all citizens is tracked by the CSA government.
  • English is the only legal language in the Christian States of America.
    • Those who do not speak English will receive 1,000 lashes followed by mandatory deportation.
  • Witchcraft is illegal and punishable by death (beheading).
  • Any citizen who has ever in their life been convicted of a felony charge (regardless of the offense or how long ago it was) will be re-incarcerated and spend the remainder of their lives in prison.
    • Anybody currently in prison (not jail) will be re-sentenced to life in prison (regardless of the offense).
    • These rules do not apply for people who have only been convicted of misdemeanors.
  • Local and/or state elections are held once a year in November.
    • All men are eligible to vote if:
      • They are 18 years of age or older
      • They have no prior criminal record (Misdemeanors or Felonies)
    • Women are not allowed to vote.
    • All men who are eligible are required to vote.
  • The shooting/killing/murdering of LGBT people is legal.
  • Alcohol is illegal and punishable by life in prison.
  • A mandatory curfew of 11:00 PM has been put in place.
    • Those found outside their homes after 11:00 PM will be arrested, fined $2,500 AND receive 250 lashes.
  • CSA citizens are not allowed to venture out of the country for vacation. This rule was put in place to make sure citizens do not escape.
    • However, special exemptions will be made by President Steven Anderson under the following conditions:
      • The vacation is for "soul-winning".
      • The traveler agrees to wear an "ankle brace" to ensure no CSA laws are broken while on vacation.
        • If one does not arrive back to the CSA when planned (barring a flight delay), an ambassador will track down the traveler, arrest him/her and deport them back to the CSA
      • Vacations within the CSA are allowed. However, citizens must agree to attend a Independent Baptist, Bible-Believing church of their choice at their vacation spot at least once a day.
  • Clothing-brand stores and companies having to do with secularism are banned.
    • These include Abercrombie & Fitch, Hollister, Victoria’s Secret, Claire’s, Justice, Forever 21 and American Eagle.

CSA Card Scanning

  • All households, apartments and college dormitories have card-scanning stations beside every door leading outside.
    • These stations are equipped with a camera
    • All citizens, before leaving their home for ANY reason, must scan their drivers license to exit. Doors will be locked inside and outside until the card is approved.
    • Citizens must also scan their drivers license when returning home.
    • If one scans their card after curfew (11:00 PM), they will be denied access to their home and the police will be notified to arrest the citizen.

Dress Code for Required Events

Formal Dress (Men)

  • The following men's dress code shall be established for Bible Conferences, Holiday Church Services and Graduation Services:
    • A black tuxedo.
      • Sports coats are not allowed for citizens over age 12.
    • A Black or blue bowtie.
    • Matching black pants, neatly pressed.
    • Men must wear a belt or suspenders.
    • Hair must be neatly trimmed and combed back.
    • Black, polished shoes are to be worn

Formal Dress (Women)

  • The following women's dress code shall be established for Bible Conferences, Holiday Church Services and Graduation Services:
    • Note: Women MUST dress modestly and clothing MUST be approved by their husband or father.
    • Ball-gown-style (floor-length) dresses are required.
      • They must be of 1/4 sleeves or longer. Sleeveless or strapless wear will result in public flogging.
    • White or black heels.
    • Women must wear a headscarf.

Church Dress (Men)

  • The following men's dress code shall be established for Regular Church Services:
    • Semi-Formal suit or sports jacket.
      • Single-colored tie.
    • Brown or black loafers.
    • A belt or suspenders are to be worn under the suit or jacket.
    • Long-sleeved white collared-shirt.
    • No baseball-style caps.

Church Dress (Women)

  • The following women's dress code shall be established for Regular Church Service:
    • A blouse with a skirt.
      • No sleeveless garments.
      • Skirts must be 3/4 length or longer.
    • Head-Coverings
    • Semi-formal footwear.

Thanksgiving Dress (Women)

  • The following women's dress code shall be established for Thanksgiving Dinner, Thanksgiving Service and for the Turkey Bowl:
    • Long skirts or dresses (must be of primary or secondary color)
    • Plain blouses (must be of primary or secondary color)
    • Women are required to wear head-coverings during the Thanksgiving Dinner, but are not required to do so for the Turkey Bowl.
    • The Women's Thanksgiving Dinner shall be in a separate room from the Men's Thanksgiving Dinner.

Thanksgiving Dress (Men)

  • The following men's dress code shall be established for Thanksgiving Dinner, Thanksgiving Service and for the Turkey Bowl:
    • Dark-blue or black suit.
    • Primary or secondary-colored tie.
    • Black pants
    • Brown or black dress shoes.
    • The Men's Thanksgiving Dinner shall be in a separate room from the Women's Thanksgiving Dinner.

Sports and Athletics Policies

  • The Lord's Prayer shall be recited before every sporting event (whether it be grade school, high school, club leagues, collegiate, amateur, semi-pro or professional).
    • The CSA National Anthem (Amazing Grace) shall follow. Players, referees and spectators MUST stand.
      • Those who do not recite The Lord's Prayer shall be ejected from the venue and sentenced to 400 lashes.
      • Those who do not stand and respect the National Anthem will be executed.
  • If an athlete's zoned-church has a scheduled service taking place during a scheduled game, they will not be allowed to participate in the sporting event, for they are required to attend church.
    • If half or more of the athletes on a team have a church service scheduled during an upcoming game, the game shall be postponed and rescheduled.
  • If a game goes into "overtime" or "extra innings" The Lord's Prayer shall be recited again.
  • Games must conclude by 10:25 PM, for national curfew is at 11:00 PM.
  • Women who play in organized sporting events are required to "cover up" from head to toe. They must wear a face cover, headwear, long sleeves and a long skirt.
    • Men are not allowed to go to women's sporting events unless they are a father, family member or husband of the female athlete.
  • The following professional baseball teams shall be removed from the MLB; for they are located in the CSA:
    • Miami Marlins
    • Tampa Bay Rays
    • Texas Rangers
    • Houston Astros
    • Atlanta Braves
    • St. Louis Cardinals
    • Kansas City Royals
      • These teams will become part of the CBL (Christian Baseball League)
      • The following CSA teams will join the seven cities above to form the CBL: El Paso Chihuahuas, San Antonio Missions, New Orleans Zephyrs, Jackson Generals, Birmingham Barons, Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp, Pensacola Blue Wahoos, Savannah Bananas, Memphis Redbirds, Nashville Sounds, Tennessee Smokies, Durham Bulls, Charlotte Knights, Greensboro Grasshoppers, Oklahoma City Dodgers, Wichita Wingnuts, Indianapolis Indians, Louisville Bats, Arkansas Travelers and Tulsa Drillers.
      • The replacement teams for the seven eliminated MLB teams will be the Portland (OR) Pickles, Hartford Yard Goats, Columbus (OH) Clippers, Buffalo Bison, Montreal Expos, Las Vegas 51's and the Richmond Flying Squirrels.
  • The following professional football teams shall be removed from the NFL; for they are located in the CSA:
    • Jacksonville Jaguars
    • Miami Dolphins
    • Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    • Atlanta Falcons
    • Carolina Panthers
    • Tennessee Titans
    • Dallas Cowboys
    • Houston Texans
    • New Orleans Saints
    • Kansas City Chiefs
    • Indianapolis Colts
      • These teams will become part of the NCFL (National Christian Football League)
      • The following CSA teams will join the ten cities above to form the NCFL: San Antonio, Gulfport/Biloxi, Birmingham, Memphis, St. Louis, Raleigh, Oklahoma City, Omaha, Wichita and Louisville
      • The replacement cities for the ten eliminated NFL teams will be Portland (OR), Hartford, Columbus (OH), Toronto, Montreal, Oakland (Raiders moved to Las Vegas in 2019), San Diego (Chargers moved to Los Angeles in 2017), Milwaukee, Richmond and Quebec.
  • The following professional basketball teams shall be removed from the NBA; for they are located in the CSA:
    • San Antonio Spurs
    • Houston Rockets
    • Dallas Mavericks
    • New Orleans Pelicans
    • Miami Heat
    • Orlando Magic
    • Atlanta Hawks
    • Memphis Grizzlies
    • Charlotte Hornets
    • Indiana Pacers
    • Oklahoma City Thunder
      • These teams will become part of the ACB (Association of Christian Basketball)
      • The following CSA cities will join the twelve cities above to form the ACB: El Paso, Jackson, Birmingham, Jacksonville, Tampa, Nashville, Raleigh, St. Louis, Kansas City and Louisville
      • The replacement cities for the 11 eliminated NBA teams will be Seattle, Hartford, Richmond, Cincinnati, Columbus (OH), Pittsburgh, Manchester (NH), San Diego, Las Vegas, Montreal and Baltimore
  • The following professional hockey teams shall be removed from the NHL; for they are located in the CSA:
    • Carolina Hurricanes
    • Florida Panthers
    • Tampa Bay Lightning
    • Dallas Stars
    • Nashville Predators
    • St. Louis Blues
      • These teams will become part of the CSHL (Christian States Hockey League).
      • The following CSA cities will join the six cities above to form the CHSL: Jacksonville, Atlanta, Little Rock, Memphis, Houston, Omaha, Kansas City, Louisville, Greenville (SC) and Indianapolis
      • The replacement cities of the six eliminated NHL teams will be Seattle, Milwaukee, Hartford, Baltimore, Portland (OR) and Manchester (NH)

National Christian College Athletic Association

The National Christian College Athletic Association, or NCCAA, is the major collegiate league for 4-year college and university sports competition. There are four "divisions" (or levels) based on university size, budget and competition level. Leagues and Divisional Alignments to be posted later.

Monetary Fines and Public Flogging

Please Note: We do NOT support acts of violence. This is purely satire. Although if Steven Anderson were president, he probably would enact many of these policies

  • Public Flogging can be administered by public officials, pastors, deacons, priests, police officers, judges and professors.
    • Tools used for flogging can be belts, canes, plastic tubes, baseball bats, golf clubs or boards.
    • Public Lashings take place on Saturdays and Sundays, usually either right outside a church or during the church service.
    • Citizens (male and female) become eligible for public flogging at Age 7.
    • The floggings may be administered on the buttocks, spine, face, head, neck or stomach area.
  • Public Flogging sanctions can be assessed for the following infractions (some flogging sanctions can be administered in "sections" or part private/part public):
    • Premarital Sex: Life in prison & 75,000 lashes.
    • Homosexuality: 75,000 lashes (to be administered in a time block of NO MORE than three months) followed by execution
    • Failure to attend a church service: $300 fine & 150 lashes.
    • Prayer violation (see mandatory 3x/day prayer requirement): 75 lashes per missed prayer.
    • Bible study violation (See Household Bible Study requirement): 100 lashes per missed Bible Study.
    • Belief of Global Warming or Climate Change: $15,000 fine & 1,750 lashes.
    • Failure to believe the earth is flat: $15,000 fine & 1,750 lashes.
    • Missed Fine Arts Event/Christian Concert: $1,000 fine & 250 lashes.
    • Music Violation: $2,500 fine & 400 lashes.
    • Curfew Violation: One Night Jail Time, $2,500 fine, 250 lashes.
    • Alcohol Consumption: $25,000 fine & 100,000 lashes.
    • Possession of pornographic material: $100,000 fine, life in prison & 250,000 lashes
    • Failure to vote in an election (if eligible): $15,000 fine & 2,000 lashes.
    • Female out in public w/o husband: 1,500 lashes.
    • Dress Code Violation (Male): $1,000 fine & 500 lashes
    • Dress Code Violation (Female): $1,250 fine & 750 lashes
    • Movie Violation: $2,500 fine & 500 lashes.
    • Woman using birth control: $50,000 fine, life in prison & 75,000 lashes.
    • Acceptance of Homosexuality: $25,000 fine & 15,000 lashes.
    • Witchcraft: 12,500 lashes (to be administered in a time block of NO MORE than three days) followed by beheading (Death Sentence).
    • Working at an unapproved job (applies to females only): $5,000 fine & 5,000 lashes.
    • Opposition of the CSA President: $17,500 fine, 12,500 lashes and 750 hours of hard labor
    • Opposition of Westboro Baptist Church: $15,000 fine, 10,000 lashes and 500 hours of hard labor.
    • Unapproved date: $3,500 fine & 4,000-5,000 lashes (for each offending party)
      • Approved date with no chaperone: $2,500 fine & 3,500 lashes
    • Failure to stand for prayer at sporting events: $4,000 fine & 5,000 lashes.
    • Failure to respect the CSA National Anthem: Execution
    • Failing an "After-Church Quiz": 100 lashes
      • Bible Conference or Holiday Service Quiz Failing: 250 lashes
    • Facial hair (males) 1st Offense: Strict Warning
      • 2nd Offense: $100 fine
      • 3rd Offense: $250 fine & 50 lashes
      • 4th Offense: $500 fine & 100 lashes
        • Any further offenses will result in a $50 upcharge and extra 50 lashes per offense. For example, the 5th offense would be $550 and 150 lashes; and a 6th offense would be $600 and 200 lashes.
    • Failure to attend the Thanksgiving Turkey Bowl at zoned-church: $5,000 fine and 10,000 lashes.
    • Failure to attend Thanksgiving Dinner at respective church: $10,000 fine and 20,000 lashes.
    • Failure to attend Graduation ceremonies at zoned-church: $2,500 and 1,000 lashes.

Prisons

  • Prisons in the Christian States of America are maximum-security.
  • All those who are currently imprisoned or who have been imprisoned at any time during their lives will be sentenced to life in prison.
  • Prisons are divided into several different "sections" including:
    • Male Ward
    • Female Ward
    • Rock and Roll Cocksuckers Ward (one per gender ward)
    • Sodomite Ward (one per gender ward)
    • Adulterers Ward (one per gender ward)
  • Prisoners are required to attend chapel held at the prison every day.
  • All prisoners are "water-boarded" once a day.
  • All prisoners are given 250 lashes per day.


Executions

  • Executions are the designated punishment for heinous crimes such as witchcraft, murder and refusing to stand for the National Anthem.
  • Most of the time, those who are to be executed will first receive floggings.
  • There are several different types of execution in the CSA:
    • Beheading: This is the most common type of execution. It involves a device similar to the Guillotine.
    • Drowning: The criminal is handcuffed and thrown into a deep lake, drowning to death. This type of execution is mostly used as punishment for National Anthem protestors.
    • Lethal Injection: Poisonous material is injected into the criminal's arm.
    • Stoning: The criminal is handcuffed to a wall while people throw rocks and stones at them.

Christian S.W.A.T. (CSWAT)

CSWAT (Christian Special Weapons and Tactics) is a police force patrolling cities and towns throughout the CSA on a 24/7 basis. Their main duty is to make sure all citizens attend all church services (and to arrest those who don't), and to keep Rock music extinct. The President of the CSWAT is Steve Petit.

Homes are raided at random by CSWAT officers to check for contraband such as Rock Music and porn, as well as to check Bible Lesson Packets.

Military

With the ratification of the CSA Constitution, the CSA officially established the Christian States Armed Forces:

  • Christian States Army
  • Christian States Air Force
  • Christian States Navy
  • Christian States Marine Corps


The Christian Republican Army currently stands at around 240,000 soldiers.

The Christian Republican National Guard serves as the reserve for the armed forces and stands at around 1.9 million men. Women are not allowed to join the military.

Economy

The CSA economy is a free-market economy based mostly small business, agriculture, and manufacturing. Citizens are not subject to taxes. "Tax dollars" are made through monetary fines (listed above).

Currency

Currency in the CSA consists of coins and paper dollars.

Coins

The CSA Mint does not print 50-Cent Coins or Dollar Coins.

The following coins shall be minted in Oklahoma City:

  • 1-Cent Coin (Penny)
    • Obverse: Steven Anderson
    • Reverse: Pastor Anderson shouting at the pulpit about how "Sodomites" need to be executed.
  • 5-Cent Coin (Nickel)
    • Obverse: VP Roger Jimenez
    • Reverse: Verity Baptist Church Entrance
  • 10-Cent Coin (Dime)
    • Obverse: David Berzins
    • Reverse: Word of Truth Baptist Church (Interior)
  • 25-Cent Coin (Quarter)
    • Obverse: Bruce Mejia
    • Reverse: Faithful Word Baptist Church-Los Angeles (aerial shot)

CSA Dollar Bills

The following dollar bills (all numbers divisible into 100 are represented) shall be printed in Oklahoma City:

(*) The United States of America does not use a 4-Dollar Bill or a 25-dollar Bill.

  • 1-Dollar Bill
    • Obverse: Steven Anderson
    • Reverse: Pastor Anderson shouting at the pulpit about how "Sodomites" need to be executed.
  • 2-Dollar Bill
    • Obverse: Roger Jimenez
    • Reverse: Verity Baptist Church Entrance
  • 4-Dollar Bill (*)
    • Obverse: Ben the Baptist
    • Reverse: Ben the Baptist guest-speaking at Stedfast Baptist Church-Jacksonville
  • 5-Dollar Bill
    • Obverse: Zsuzsanna Anderson
    • Reverse: Steven and Zsuzsanna Anderson beating their kids with a belt
  • 10-Dollar Bill
    • Obverse: Donnie Romero
    • Reverse: Pastor Romero burning an NIV Bible
  • 20-Dollar Bill
    • Obverse: Jonathan Shelley
    • Reverse: Shelley speaking at Faithful Word Baptist Church-North
  • 25-Dollar Bill (*)
    • Obverse: Adam Fannin
    • Reverse: Fannin brutally assaulting a "sodomite"
  • 50-Dollar Bill
    • Obverse: Manly Perry
    • Reverse: Perry peaching at Old Paths Baptist Church
  • 100-Dollar Bill
    • Obverse: 2021 CSA Presidential Cabinet
    • Reverse: CSA Capitol Building (Oklahoma City)

CSA Presidential Timeline

2021-2049: President Steven Anderson/Vice President Roger Jimenez
2049-2063: President Roger Jimenez/Vice President S. Anderson
2063-2077: President S. Anderson/Vice President I. Anderson
2077-2078: President Manly Perry Jr./Vice President Steven Anderson II
2078-2104: President R.H. Jimenez/Vice President Adolf Anderson
2104-2124: President Adolf Anderson/Vice President R.T. Berzins
2124-2149: President Kent Jarvis/Vice President Abraham Anderson
2149-2163: President Abraham Anderson/Vice President George Perry
2163-2166: President George Perry/Vice President Ian Robinson [Resigned]
2166-2181: President George Perry/Vice President Trevor Pearl
2181-2197: President Mitchell Pearl/Vice President Harold Anderson
2197-2209: President Clint Fannin/Vice President R. Storm Spencer
2209-2222: President Clint Fannin Jr./Vice President Clint Fannin III
2222-2229: President Clint Fannon III/Vice President James Thompson [Died in Office]
2229-2237: President Abraham Anderson III/Vice President Steven Anderson V
2237-2253: President Steven Anderson V/Vice President Bethel Fannin
2254-2270: President Steven Anderson VI/Vice President Adolf Anderson II
2270-2293: President Steven Anderson VII/Vice President Kent Goodman Anderson
2293-2304: President Art Major/Vice President Trent Major
2304-2330: President Trent Major/Vice President Kenneth T. Robinson
2330-2350: President Oliver Hyles/Vice President William Anderson
2351-2355: President William Anderson/Vice President William Anderson Jr.
2355-2385: President William Anderson Jr./Vice President Oliver Hyles III
2385-2399: President Oliver Hyles III/Vice President Cornwallis Roper
2399-2436: President Cornwallis Roper/Vice President Harold Anderson (Last VP)
2436-2451: Supreme Ruler Harold Anderson
2451-2479: Supreme Ruler Eugene Anderson
2479-2513: Supreme Ruler Vernon Mejia
2513-2560: Supreme Ruler Daniel Marriott
2560-2598: Supreme Ruler Myles Berzins
2598-2641: Supreme Ruler Lee Anderson
2641-2683: Supreme Ruler Ernesto Mejia
2683-2717: Supreme Ruler Arlin R. McMurty
2717-2762: Supreme Ruler Sam Shelley
2762-2797: Supreme Ruler Lyle Shelley
2797-2831: Supreme Ruler Peter H. Anderson
2831-2856: Supreme Ruler Cornwallis Roper III (See Also: The Great Invasion of 2856)

  • The "Great Invasion" took place in 2856, involving an attempt by Cascadia, Iceland and the Republic of Scandinavia to overtake the CSA.
     
    • Cornwallis Roper III was assassinated, but plans to overtake the CSA failed miserably.
       

2856-2903: Supreme Ruler J.C. McMurty

  • (By this time, a new law had been established where only individuals with a direct, bloodline relation with Steven Anderson or the Anderson Family would be allowed as Supreme Ruler)
     

2903-2941: Supreme Ruler S. Storm Anderson
2941-2980: Supreme Ruler Dylann R. Anderson
2980-3017: Supreme Ruler Dylann R. Anderson Jr.
3017-3021: Supreme Ruler A.H. Anderson

  • In 3021, the one-thousandth anniversary of the CSA, The Second Great Invasion takes place. This time, The Republic of California, Canada, United Kingdom and The Republic of Bermuda will join forces with Cascadia, Iceland and Republic of Scandinavia. This invasion uses underground tunnels, but once again fails miserably, as many soldiers were captured and executed by the CSA. A.H. Anderson resigns from his position.
     

3021-3063: Supreme Ruler Brandon J. Anderson
3063-3111: Supreme Ruler Brandon H. Anderson
3111-3160: Supreme Ruler Karl R. Anderson
3160-3168: Supreme Ruler Karl R. Anderson Jr. (Died in Office)
3168-3208: Supreme Ruler Josh Shoemaker (Ruler's Backup of Karl R. Anderson Jr.)
3208-3265: Supreme Ruler Gene Anderson
3265-3324: Supreme Ruler Gene Anderson Jr.
3324-3381: Supreme Ruler Kyle Anderson
3381-3439: Supreme Ruler Gene Anderson IV
3439-3491: Supreme Ruler Gene Anderson V
3491-3537: Supreme Ruler Gene Anderson VI
3537-3568: Supreme Ruler Gene T. Anderson
3568-3636: Supreme Ruler Gene Anderson VII

  • By this time, the law set forth in 2903 requiring Supreme Rulers to have a direct relation to Steven Anderson has been reversed.

3636-3687: Supreme Ruler Gene Anderson VIII
3687-3742: Supreme Ruler Xavier Anderson III
3742-3808: Supreme Ruler Ernesto Jimenez
3808-3870: Supreme Ruler Brent Fannin
3870-3927: Supreme Ruler Kent H. Hyles
3927-3985: Supreme Ruler Rob T. Goodman
3985-4037: Supreme Ruler Gregory A. Anderson
4037-4053: Supreme Ruler Cornwallis Roper VII (4049: The "Great War")

  • The "Great War" of 4049: The Christian States of America vs. Operation: Anti-Theocracy.
     
    • Operation: Anti-Theocracy consists of Cascadia, Republic of California, Canada, United States of America (Virginia/Washington D.C./Maryland/Pennsylvania/New York/New Jersey/Delaware) , Republic of New England (Vermont/New Hampshire/Maine/Connecticut/Massachusetts/Rhode Island), Republic of Alaska, The Kingdom of Hawaii, Appalachia (Ohio/Michigan/Minnesota/Wisconsin/Iowa/Illinois), Republic of the Rockies (Colorado/Utah/Idaho/Wyoming/Montana/North Dakota/South Dakota), Rio Grande Republic (New Mexico/Arizona/Nevada), The Republic of Bermuda, United Kingdom, Iceland, The Scandinavian Republic, Ireland, Germany, Spain, France, Mexico, Unified Republic of Korea, Japan and New Zealand.
  • The Christian States of America loses the war, and is demolished.
    • Following the CSA, a new country forms, entitled The Reformed Secular States of America.

Fate of the United States of America

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The Democratic voters in the remaining United States of America were glad to be rid of the "Red States". Even most of the Republican voters were glad to not be living in the Christian States of America. Washington D.C. remains the capital, while New York City remains the largest city. The Congressional Districts in the United States were re-evaluated to make the sum of 535 electoral votes once again. The United States population was estimated to be at 210,871,000 in 2021 including all territories. CSA President Steven Anderson originally planned for South Dakota, Wyoming, Utah and Arizona to also be part of the newly-formed country, but newly elected USA president Elizabeth Warren rejected this offer, mostly due to border conflicts.

In the 2090s, California secedes from the United States becoming The California Republic.

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Cascadia map and bioregion vector

During the mid-23rd Century, a new country, Cascadia, forms from Washington, Oregon and British Columbia.

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