Lone Star State Taking A Stand

The Texas legislature continues to assert its constitutionally guaranteed sovereign powers.

Just a few days after unanimously passing a bill targeting TSA groping that would make it illegal for government agents to touch citizens in a way a reasonable person would consider offensive, the Texas House overwhelmingly passed a strong Tenth Amendment resolution last Wednesday.

HCR 50 passed 102-44. The resolution rests on the Tenth Amendment and reaffirms that the federal government was created as an agent of the states.

WHEREAS, Many federal laws are directly in violation of the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States; and

WHEREAS, The Tenth Amendment assures that we, the people of the United States of America and each sovereign state in the Union of States, now have, and have always had, rights that the federal government may not usurp

The resolution goes on to demand that the federal government, “as our agent, to cease and desist from mandates that are beyond the scope of these constitutionally delegated powers, effective immediately; and that all compulsory federal legislation not necessary to ensure rights guaranteed the people under the Constitution of the United States that directs states to comply under threat of civil or criminal penalties or sanctions or that requires states to pass legislation or lose federal funding be prohibited or repealed.”


Don’t miss these live interviews this week

Please tune in to the following interviews to hear some great discussion on the Tenth Amendment and nullification… Monday, Nick Hankoff will talk Nullify Now! Los Angeles on “Marijuana Compassion and Common Sense.”  Monday at 6pm Pacific on 1050 AM in the Inland Empire (CA), or tune in at http://www.KCAAradio.com Tuesday, Stewart Rhodes will talk…