Alabama Action Alert: Next Steps to Nullify Federal Gun Control

The Alabama Senate recently created quite a stir when it passed a 2nd Amendment Preservation Act that would have nullified federal firearms regulations violating the Second Amendment.

But even with broad-based popular support, the Alabama House failed pass the bill and do its duty to protect Alabamians from federal overreach. SB93 did not move out of House Committee before session deadlines.

With the next legislative session a year away, only one option remains, and it’s likely the most effective: build grassroots groups to block violations of the  Second Amendment at the local level.

Counties and cities must refuse to assist any federal attempts to violate your right to keep and bear arms in their jurisdictions. Starting now, work to get your county, city or town to pass a resolution then a binding ordinance in response to violations of the 2nd Amendment.  Covering the state with local communities saying NO to such unconstitutional federal acts will not only render the laws “nearly impossible to enforce” as Judge Napolitano has said – it will also provide the heavy pressure needed to ensure that the state legislature will have the courage to do the same in the future.

Of course, local governments won’t act without your input and grassroots pressure. The good news is a few dedicated individuals can make a difference at the local level.

That’s where you can step up to the plate.

It’s going to take work to ensure that this is how things play out.  Here’s what you can start doing right now.

1.  Contact your local legislators – County, City, Town - and urge them to introduce model legislation in support of the 2nd Amendment Protection Act.

local ordinance here:
http://tenthamendmentcenter.com/legislation/2nd-amendment-preservation-act/

2.  Become a local leader.   If you’re dedicated t

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Texas: Act Now to Nullify NDAA “Indefinite Detention”

Texas House Bill 149, to nullify NDAA “indefinite detention” failed to pass through the process in the House in time to become law this legislative session.  There’s still the possibility that the bill could be added as a rider to another bill that did, but that’s not the only hope for Texans looking to stop the unconstitutional federal act.

HB149 is only one piece of the puzzle to nullify the unconstitutional federal act.  The most important step is something you can doing right now – nullify locally!

Government bodies at the local level can step into the fray. Counties and cities must refuse to assist any federal attempts at indefinite detention in their jurisdictions. Starting now, work to get your county, city or town to pass a resolution then a binding ordinance in response to NDAA indefinite detention.  Covering the state with local communities saying NO to the unconstitutional federal act will not only render the law “nearly impossible to enforce” as Judge Napolitano has said, it will also provide the heavy pressure needed to ensure that the state legislature will have the courage to do the same in the future.

Here’s what you can start doing right now.

1.  Contact your local legislators – County, City, Town - and urge them to introduce model legislation in support of the Liberty Preservation Act.

local ordinance here:
http://tenthamendmentcenter.com/ndaa

2.  Become a local leader.   If you’re dedicated to stopping

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Kansas: Act Now to Give Teeth to the 2nd Amendment Protection Act

The heat is on! The Second Amendment Preservation Act in Kansas is under fire from Mainstream Media outlets all over the nation. The federal supremacists don’t want to lose power that was never theirs to begin with, and they have unleashed campaigns against the new law through the establishment media.

But even with mounting pressure, grassroots organizations across Kansas can take action and nullify  that message.

The power to determine the extent of federal authority in the last resort resides in the people of the states, not a select few in DC. Under the newly passed Firearms freedom act, and now,  any federal action, law, regulation, or order infringing on the right to bear arms in Kansas is unenforceable.

The new law states, “Any act, law, treaty, order, rule or regulation of the government of the United States which violates the second amendment to the constitution of the United States is null, void and unenforceable in the state of Kansas.”

The law goes on to specify the operative interpretation of the Second Amendment.

“The second amendment to the constitution of the United States reserves to the people, individually, the right to keep and bear arms as that right was understood at the time that Kansas was admitted to statehood in 1861, and the guaranty of that right is a matter of contract between the state and people of Kansas and the United States as of the time that the compact with the United States was agreed upon and adopted by Kansas in 1859 and the United States in 1861.”

Based off this text, the state of Kansas is not allowed to participate in any federal gun control measures that restrict the individual right to keep and bear arms as understood in 1861. 

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