Everything has been turned upside down in the past 12 months- Dems and Reps have swapped dugouts along with the establishment media, from overlord to underdog and vice versa.
So much is different that it can be tough for a champion of state sovereignty to know what steps to take, so I have assembled a list as we at Tenth Amendment Center see it.
We provide the best examples we can find of past, present and future thought on the balance of state and Federal power. The best first step for all who want to counter the tactics of misinformation is right on our website. Read up on past articles and jump in with your own personal view on the battle. The more educated our ranks, the better our chances of winning this fight.
CONTACT lawmakers in your state
The Tenth Amendment Center’s 10-4 Pledge is a great way for patriots to weed out those lawmakers who talk a good talk but won’t really take a stand for liberty. By presenting the 10-4 Pledge to your state legislature the cream will rise to the top and leaders worth rallying around will stand up and become visible to all.
DRAFT sovereignty legislation
Many groups around the United States have already begun to craft sovereignty legislation for their state. With the help of our scholars and legal experts, Tenth Amendment Center has a new offering, with example resolutions that serve as an excellent starting point for your state’s sovereignty resolution.
CAMPAIGN to introduce sovereignty bills
As 10-4 Pledges emerge in your state, the entry point for sovereignty legislation is clear and available. 10-4 lawmakers are champions who have already chosen the side of liberty and can be considered the entry point to get your sovereignty resolutions introduced in your state house.
Once 50 states have said NO and chosen to resist DC, we will be close to the goal of liberty in our lifetime. Now is the time to take action!
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