TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (July 1, 2015) – Floridians woke up this morning with more robust privacy protections thanks to a statute limiting drone surveillance that went into effect at midnight.Details
Oregon Marijuana Legalization Law Goes into Effect Today: Big Step Towards Nullification of Federal Prohibition
This week Oregon is taking a big step towards nullifying in practice a decades-long unconstitutional federal ban.Details
New Connecticut Law in Effect July 1 Legalizes Hemp Farming: 1st Step to Nullify Federal Ban in Practice
HARTFORD, Conn. (June 30, 2015) Tomorrow, a new law takes effect removing the ban on industrial hemp farming in Connecticut, setting the stage to nullify in practice the federal prohibition on the same.Details
When most people take off of work, they have to request off in advance, and someone covers some or all of their work while they’re out.
However, for me, I’m lucky to never have to request off or get approval from some dumb boss. But, on the other hand, when I miss a day, there’s no one doing my work, so it just means long hours in the days leading up to my time off. Like yesterday – 8:30am – 3:30am.
And I’m probably doing it again today.
But I’m still really excited to have a Wed-Mon off with my brother and nephews for Independence Day weekend.’
I hope you enjoy yours too!
“Some men say the earth is flat. Some men say the earth is round. But if it is flat. Could Parliament make it round? And if it round. Could the king’s command flatten it?” – St. Thomas More during his trial for treason for refusal to acknowledge Henry VIII as the head of the Roman…Details
In this episode of Thoughts from Maharrey Head, I talk about nullification, slavery and segregation.Details
Speaking in Forth Worth, Texas on Sept 4, 2010, Tom Woods explains Jefferson’s view of the courts.
“The federal government IS the problem …and last I checked, the federal courts are part of the federal government.”Details
DOVER, Del. (June 26, 2015) – Yesterday, the Delaware Senate gave final approval to what is being called the “Common Core opt-out bill,” sending the legislation to the Governor’s desk.Details
The chief role of the United States Supreme Court’s is to have the final say regarding the constitutionality of law, right?Details
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (June 26, 2015) – Two California bills that would work together to end the warrantless use of “stingrays” passed unanimously out of an important Assembly committee on Tuesday. Passage into law would not only help protect privacy in California, but would also hinder part of the federal surveillance state.Details