States Offer Hope in Battle Against the Fed’s Monopoly on Money

It’s easy to think there is no way to ever topple the Fed-controlled U.S. monetary system. But efforts to chip away at the Federal Reserve’s monopoly on money by facilitating and encouraging the use of gold and silver within state borders took some solid steps forward over the last year. An Indian myth offers some symbolic encouragement in what can seem like a battle against overwhelming odds.

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Now in Effect: Maine Law Prohibits Any State Gun Registry

AUGUSTA, Maine (Sept. 25. 2017) – A law prohibiting any type of state firearms registry is now in effect in Maine. The law will not only protect the privacy of Maine gun owners, it will also hinder the federal government’s ability to develop a firearms database and create a climate less favorable to federal gun control.

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Misapplying the Supremacy Clause

The following post is excerpted from the script for Nullify: Season 1. Watch all the videos from this series at this link – and Become a member here to support the TAC.

If you discuss a state bill contrary to federal goals, some will claim it’s unconstitutional with just two words: “Supremacy clause.” But in many situations, the clause doesn’t even apply.

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A Lesson in Strategy: William Lloyd Garrison

From time to time, people accuse me of being too radical about the Constitution, especially when I start talking about all of the things the federal government should stop doing. They tell me that there is no way we’ll ever get back to the original Constitution. We’ll never be able to completely roll back federal power.I should just give it up. Or at least back off the extreme, idealistic rhetoric and concentrate on small steps. I disagree. I think it’s imperative to keep the ultimate goal front and center. We need to follow the Constitution every issue, every time, no exceptions, no excuses.

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Local Communities Can Take the First Step Toward Rejecting Federal Militarization of Local Police

The same rules and standards that apply to surveillance technologies should also apply to the acquisition and deployment of military grade equipment by local police forces. That is why we are unveiling a new Community Control Over Police Surveillance + Militarization (CCOPS+M) model bill.

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