I know our work is reaching the mainstream. The comments on this article about Utah’s bill to turn off water to the NSA proves it. You can see comment after comment of people who understand our strategy, and some who even know some details about it – without TAC ever being mentioned by name either in the article or the comments.Details
Many people are highly concerned about the danger and threat from ISIS. One person even referred to them as “crazies” this week.
It’s our view, however, that the most dangerous “crazies” are actually wearing suits in Washington D.C. They’ll be far more likely to harm you and your family than the crazies on the other side of the world.
In general, that was what the founders were most worried about too.
At a speech in Kansas City, Thomas E. Woods Jr. talks about how he explained the meaning of nullification to his then 7 year old daughter.
“So what if [the federal government] does things that aren’t on the list?”
The USA Freedom Act was not renewed in the Imperial Senate – and this is a good thing. Rand Paul opposed it for renewing the PATRIOT Act Section 215 – and he was right. Mitch McConnell opposed it because even the tiniest bit of limitations on federal spy powers were alarming to him. He’s an…Details
“Net neutrality,” which is being pushed by President Barack Obama, will eventually lead to control of content on the Internet, says Fox News legal analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano.Details
Nowadays in the United States the questions being asked are not about issues but usually about the people who bring up these issues. Take Mr. Snowden for example. Former NSA analyst has exposed many things about the programs that the Government has implemented to spy not only on the rest of the world but U.S. citizens as well.Details
Apparently it’s not just the feds who don’t like the states nullifying their unconstitutional drug laws.
Now they’re drawing the ire of the United Nations, which claims the legalization of marijuana isn’t in vogue with international drug conventions. Fortunately, they can’t do anything except whine and stomp their feet.Details
On the Tenth Amendment Center’s Feedback Forum, a member asks: “What was James Madison’s view on secession? I read some of his letters and he states that a state cannot secede at will but only by consent of the union or by intolerable abuses. Does the (Constitution) support the idea that a state can secede…Details
A new bill in the Texas state Legislature seeking to bill the feds for the cost of illegal immigration aptly demonstrates why the states should follow both the federal Constitution and their own state Constitution, rather than politicians thousands of miles away who violate it.Details