Alaska Action Alert: Powerful Forces Working to Kill 2nd Amendment Preservation Act

Alaska’s HB69, The 2nd Amendment Preservation Act, has passed the State House with a 31-5 vote,  and it will now move on to the Senate for concurrence.  Powerful insiders are working to KILL HB69 in the State Senate, and your help is needed right now to push it forward towards the Governor’s desk.

House Rep.  Mike Chenault said in a press release “We began work on this bill before the President’s announcement today, and now I’m extremely glad we did. Twenty-three Executive Orders have been signed into law without a review from Americans’ elected representatives. Tragedy is not a license for federal encroachment of constitutionally protected freedoms.”

HB69 has been assigned to the Senate Judiciary Committee.  A hearing for House Bill 69 is scheduled on the 18th(Monday) and 20th(Wednesday) of March to be heard in the Senate Judiciary. Your action is needed right now to help move this important bill forward!


1. Contact the Chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee.  Thank him for scheduling the hearings.  Politely encourage him to vote YES on HB69.

John Coghill, 465-3719

2. Contact all the other members of the committee. Strongly, but firmly, tell them any vote other than YES on HB69 is not acceptable.

Lesil McGuire, vice-chair 465-2995
Fred Dyson 465-2199
Donald Olson 465-3707
Bill Wielechowski 465-2435


Action Alert: Nullify Federal Gun “Laws” in the State of Nebraska

Nebraska Legislative Bill 451 has been referred to the Judiciary Committee.

LB451 states, Any federal law, rule, regulation, or order effective on or after January 1, 2013, shall be unenforceable  within the borders of Nebraska if the law, rule, regulation, or order: (a) Bans or restricts or attempts to ban or restrict ownership of a semi-automatic firearm or any magazine of a firearm beyond those firearms which are already restricted in Nebraska; or (b) Requires or attempts to require that any firearm, magazine, or other firearm accessory be registered in any manner beyond those firearms, magazines, or other firearm accessories which are already required to be registered in Nebraska.

LB 451 is scheduled for a committee hearing on Wednesday the 20th of March in Room 1113 at 1:30. For this bill to move forward, your help is needed. Please call the committee members and tell them that you expect a YES vote on LB 451.

Action Items for LB 451:

1. Contact the Chairman of the Judiciary Committee. Thank him for scheduling this hearing.  Politely encourage him to vote YES on LB451

Brad Ashford  (402) 471-2622

2. Contact the members of the Judiciary Committee.  Strongly, but respectfully, urge each of the members to vote YES on LB451

Ernie Chambers (402) 471-2612 no email available
Mark Christenson (402) 471-2805
Colby Coash (402) 471-2632
Al Davis (402) 471-2628


Kansas: Help Needed Now to Nullify Unconstitutional Federal Gun Laws

Kansas House bill 2199 is one of the strongest in the country to defend the right to keep and bear arms.  It passed the house with a vote 94-29, and has moved on to the Senate. HB2199 has been referred to the Senate Committee on Federalism and State Affairs for concurrence.  Inside sources tell us that this is going to be a VERY close vote, so your help is needed now.

HB 2199 was defended by House Representative Hildabrand on the house floor. He stated,  “The citizens of Kansas do not belong to the United States. The United States belongs to the citizens of Kansas! We cannot allow the response, “I was following orders” to be an excuse for violating our Constitutional rights. How many atrocities have been committed in history by people simply following orders?”

The Tenth Amendment center urges your immediate action in support of HB2199.

1. Contact the Senate Committee Chair.  Politely request that the chairman schedule a hearing for HB2199.  Also request that he vote YES to move the bill to the State Senate.

Ralph Ostmeyer 785-296-7399

2. Contact the rest of the members of the Senate Committee on Federalism and State Affairs.  Strongly, but respectfully, let each member know that you expect nothing less than a YES vote on HB2199.  Inform each of them that “shall not be infringed” leaves no wiggle room and this legislation protects your rights.


Oklahoma Action Alert: Obamacare Nullification Bill Needs Your Help

Oklahoma House Bill 1021 – to nullify Obamacare – has passed the state house by an overwhelming vote of 72-20.  Powerful forces are working behind the scenes to kill the bill in the State Senate.   Your support is needed right now to push forward to victory!

Please take action right away to support HB1021.  You can make calls to Senators in the evenings and on the weekends as well.  If you reach a voicemail, leave a message.   Make sure to let them know you want to speak with them about HB1021 – and request that they call you back so you can get their perspective personally.

As stated above, powerful forces – masquerading as “conservative legal experts” are going to be meeting with Oklahoma state senators to convince them that the ONLY thing that we can do is sit by and wait for Obamacare to be repealed, or the federal judges to change their minds.  This is a wildly inaccurate distortion of the system of the Founders.  See additional reading and information below.

ACTION ITEMS for Obamacare Nullification in Oklahoma

1. Contact your State Senator.  Strongly, but respectfully, let him or her know that you want a YES vote on HB1021.  Let them know that you expect nothing less and consider it their constitutional duty.

Find your senator’s contact info here:


Texas: Your Help Needed to Push NDAA Nullification Forward

Texas House Bill 149, The Liberty Preservation Act to nullify NDAA “indefinite detention,” is one of the strongest bills in the country in response to that unconstitutional federal act.

It states, in part: “Sections 1021 and 1022 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 violate portions of federal law, the United States Constitution, and the Texas Constitution and, as such, are invalid and illegal in this state.”

The bill has been assigned to committee but will need a hearing and vote soon to move forward.  Please take the following steps to help push things along.

Action Items for HB 149:

1. Contact  the committee chair of Federalism and Fiscal Responsibility  Call and politely let Representative Creighton know that you’d like to see HB149 get a hearing and YES vote very soon.

Brandon Creighton (512) 463-0726

2. Contact the other members of the committee. Respectfully let each of them know that you expect a YES vote so the full house can consider HB149

Cindy Burkett (512) 463-0464
Eddie Lucio III (512) 463-0606
Scott Turner (512) 463-0484
Armando Walle (512) 463-0924


Action Alert: NDAA Nullification Moves to New Hampshire Senate.

The Liberty Preservation Act to stop state participation in NDAA “indefinite detention” passed the New Hampshire House with a vote of 337-15.  It now moves to the Senate, where it’s going to be a close call.  But your support right now can help pass this important bill.

You can call in the evenings and over the weekend as well.  If you reach their voicemail, leave a message so their offices know first thing the next business morning that a large number of people support HB399. In your voicemail, make sure to ask that they call you back so that you can speak to the legislator or staff directly.

ACTION ITEMS for New Hampshire

1. Contact your state senator. Strongly, but respectfully urge him/her to vote YES on HB399.
You can find your Senator’s contact information here:

2.  Encourage your local community to take action as well.  Present the Liberty Preservation Act to your city county, your town council, or your county commissioners.


Action Alert: South Carolina NDAA Nullification Getting a Senate Vote.

South Carolina S92, The Liberty Preservation Act to nullify NDAA Indefinite detention, has been set for special order in the State Senate – meaning it will be given priority status for debate and a possible vote this week.

Bill sponsor, Senator Tom Davis, stressed that protecting your rights is the duty of the State.

“If states don’t act, the federal government will continue its march over basic individual rights like due process,” Davis said. “It’s the appropriate role of the states to stand against federal overreach, and act as a constitutional check on unlimited federal power.”

Senate Bill 92 needs your help. Please take the following steps to help it move forward today.  You can call on the weekend and in the evenings as well.  Leave a message on voicemail if needed.  But be sure to ask for a call back so you can speak to the Senator or their staff personally.


1.Contact your senator. Strongly but respectfully, urge him or her to vote YES on S.92 to take a stand against NDAA “indefinite detention.”

Contact info here:

2. Encourage your local community to take action as well.  


Michigan Action Alert: Help NDAA Nullification Move Forward

Michigan SB94, The Liberty Preservation Act to nullify NDAA Indefinite detention, has passed the senate and is moving on to the State House.

Senate Bill 94 has been referred to the House Oversight Committee. The hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, March 19th at 2:30pm. Your help is needed right now to move this bill forward!

SB 94 is a bill that would create a new statute to provide that no agency of the State, no political subdivision of the State, no employee of an agency of the State or a political subdivision, acting in his or her official capacity, and no member of the Michigan National Guard on active State service, could aid an agency of the U.S. Armed Forces in investigations, prosecutions, or detentions of any person pursuant to Section 1021 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012.


1.Contact House Oversight Committee Chair.  Thank him for scheduling the hearing, and for personally introducing the companion bill which will be heard in this committee as well, HB4138

Contact info for:
Tom McMillin (517) 373-1773

2. Contact the rest of the committee members.  Strongly, but respectfully let each of them know that you want them to vote YES on SB94 and HB4138


Indiana Action Alert: Help Pass NDAA Nullification, SB400

Indiana SB 400, The Liberty Preservation Act to nullify NDAA Indefinite detention, has passed the State Senate and is up for a House committee hearing and vote.  It has been placed in the House Committee on Courts and Criminal Code. Currently it has no scheduled hearing date.

Please contact the committee and request that SB 400 gets placed on the calendar for the House Committee on Courts and Criminal Code.


1.Contact the committee Chair and request that he schedule a hearing for SB400.  Politely ask him to schedule hearing so that SB400 can be considered in his committee.  Also ask him to vote YES on SB400 so that Indiana can help bring “indefinite detention” to its proper end.

Contact info:
Rep. McMillin

2. Contact all the other members on the committee.  Strongly, but respectfully, ask each of them to vote YES on SB400 when it comes up for a vote in the committee.


Help Nullify the Fed: Pass Gold and Silver as Legal Tender in Arizona!

The Arizona Gold and Silver “Legal Tender” bill which already passed the State Senate, has been scheduled for a House Committee hearing.    It will be held on Monday, March 18, in room HHR 5 at 2:00 P.M in the House Committee on Financial Institutions. SB1439 urgently needs your phone calls and emails for to move forward.

NOTE:  Due to the urgency and timing, please CALL instead of email.  Also, make calls over the weekend and in the evenings.  You can leave a voice message to vote YES on SB1439 so when Monday business starts, these representatives know that there’s strong support for the bill.


1. Please contact the Committee Chairman. Thank her for scheduling a hearing. Also let her know that you want her to personally vote YES on SB1439

Contact information here:
Representative Kate Brophy McGee | 602-926-4486

2. Contact all the other Members of the Financial Institutions Committee. Strongly, but respectfully, let each of the committee members know that you want to see nothing less than a YES vote on SB1439