We’re pleased to announce that Oklahoma State Rep Charles Key, author of many sovereignty-related bills in his state, will be joining us as a featured speaker at Nullify Now! in Fort Worth on September 4th. Get tickets by calling 888-71-TICKETS, or click here to reserve them online.
The following video is a 2009 interview with Key about the 10th Amendment Resolution he authored for Oklahoma, saying no to the Real ID act in the states, and more.
“The Constitution is the supreme law of the land, and it specifically delegates certain powers to the federal government. All other powers are reserved to the People or the States. The Federal government has moved out of that framework over the last several decades.”
“The Constitution either mean what is says, or it doesn’t mean anything at all.”
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