In response to the overwhelming backlash of Tennesseans against pending federal health care legislation in Congress, members of the Tennessee General Assembly have introduced two bills in an attempt to challenge the federal legislation head on. These bills are designed to nullify potential federal health care legislation as well as expand the health care choices…Details
Editor’s Note: Scheduled to be introduced in Maryland next week – a bill to make medical marijuana legal within the state. This is classic federal government paint with a “broad brush” methodology and it’s good to see my home state taking a stand. While I am firmly against drug misuse, the federal government really has…Details
A good discussion by Andrew Napolitano and Tom Woods on Government banking rules and the problems that their “regulations” have caused in the economy.
Tom Woods Speech at the Campaign for Liberty Regional Conference in Atlanta Georgia 1/ 15/2010 – talks about the Federal Reserve, and the principle of nullification in history and modern times.
Got your attention! Here’s an interesting memo I obtained over at the Atlantic. freedom-works-internal-memo This memo, which hasn’t been validated, but is being reported on by Fox News, purports to provide a “Target List” of candidates for the Tea Party to presumably unseat in 2010. Listing them under the heading of “Enemy of Liberty” or “Potential Enemy of…Details
All the pundits are blasting Obama for his comments this week declaring similarities between the momentum that brought him the Presidency and the momentum that brought Scott Brown to the Senate. Obama said: “Here’s my assessment of not just the vote in Massachusetts but the mood around the country: The same thing that swept Scott…Details
“Congress has power to specify rules to govern the manner by which people may exchange or trade goods from one state to another, to remove obstructions to domestic trade erected by states, and to both regulate and restrict the flow of goods to and from other nations (and the Indian tribes) for the purpose of promoting the domestic economy and foreign trade.”Details
Introduced in the State Senates of both Colorado and South Dakota last week is a bill known as the “Firearms Freedom Act.” If passed, the bill would make state law that “any firearm, firearm accessory, or ammunition that is manufactured commercially or privately in the state and that remains within the borders of the state…Details