A brief thought on Ferguson: Walgreens didn’t cause the police state to come to cities around the country. And the stores holding “black Friday” sales didn’t either. We find it odd that protesters are calling for corporate boycotts, telling people to not shop on Black Friday. While many corporations may be deserving of boycotts –…Details
The New Jersey state legislature will consider the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes during the 2015 session. If passed, this bill would effectively nullify the unconstitutional federal prohibition on the plant.Details
Together, we can shut them down!
In July 2013, TAC began the process of formulating a plan to NullifyNSA surveillance. We developed model legislation, provided papers and reports on the legal basis, and even covered how another state – Nevada – had successfully shut off water to a federal agency – and stopped it.Details
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
Last weekend, I was guest on the GraniteGrok podcast in New Hampshire. We discussed the results of the mid-terms from a Tenther point of view. But, more importantly what it means for a strategy moving forward – on issues like Obamacare, Common Core, and more.Details
AUSTIN, Tx., November 14, 2014 – A new Texas bill up for consideration in 2015 would make indefinite detention, as purportedly authorized by the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), a criminal act subject to penalties in Texas.Details