Pennsylvania Action Alert: Pass SB999, Help Stop “Indefinite Detention”

The NDAA of 2012 allows the Federal Government to detain U.S. citizens without due process rights right here in Pennsylvania.

Citizens suspected of a “crime” without a warrant, a judge, jury or trial.

Think of Guantanomo Bay right here.   They can lock you up and forget about you.

The Liberty Preservation Act SB999 will make it illegal for Pennsylvania to assist the Federal Government in detaining citizens under the NDAA.

Please ask your State Senator to uphold his or her oaths to the U.S. and Pennsylvania Constitutions and co-sponsor SB999.  Find your legislator here.

If you have already contacted your state senator and have not gotten a response, please follow up with another contact and politely ask for a response IN WRITING.

You can read more about the bill here:


Absolute and Irresponsible Authority

Richard Nixon kicked off a War on Drugs that still rages today.

Nixon’s directive has remained true for the last 40 years.

“This is one area where we cannot have budget cuts because we must wage what I have called total war against public enemy number one in the United States, the problem of dangerous drugs.”

In total war, combatants and the civilian population are not differentiated.

When the phenomena of crack cocaine (crack cocaine is just powder cocaine with baking soda, water, and heat) hit the streets, President Reagan signed into law mandatory minimum sentences that disproportionally sentenced users of crack cocaine and users powder cocaine. Crack, with it longer sentences, was primarily a poor minority drug.

Methamphetamine sparked the three strikes rule in the 90’s, and people are now serving life sentences for non-violent drug crimes.

Today we’ve moved on to the synthetics. We had the sudden DEA terror show that started with the zombie face eating frenzy. That hasn’t popped back up in mainstream media, but now the feds have been able to throw it on a Schedule too.


The Misrepresentation of Nullification with Respect to Slavery

One of the biggest criticisms of nullification is that it was asserted for the purpose of perpetuating slavery. This is a complete misrepresentation of history. The record is absolutely clear on this issue. Frustration of the federal Fugitive Slave Act was accomplished by nullification efforts all over the North, and because of the success of…