Eight years ago, I started a blog with 20 bucks. On Tuesday, a California Assembly committee passed a bill I originally wrote to start the process of turning off resources to the NSA. It already passed the Senate 29-1, and should get to the Governor’s desk this year. The official assembly analysis of the bill…Details
SACRAMENTO, June 24, 2014 – Citing the 10th Amendment and support from the Tenth Amendment Center (TAC), the California Assembly Public Safety Committee voted unanimously to approve a bipartisan bill which creates a mechanism to turn off all material support and assistance, including water and electricity resources, from California to federal mass surveillance programs. The vote was 5-0.Details
This week, I’m personally stuffing, sealing, labeling and stamping 3000 direct mail pieces. This is a LOT of work, but it absolutely needs to be done. (more…)
To mark the Tenth Amendment Center’s 8 year anniversary on 06-25-14, we’re releasing our first-ever “State of the Nullification Movement” report for 2014.Details
When opposing the Stamp Act (and eventually nullifying it), here’s a strategy that Samuel Adams NEVER took.
“Let’s replace the current leaders with new ones that agree with us.” (more…)
This is a 25+ page handbook that will be available as a free download later this month. It’s filled with information on the NSA, Obamacare, protecting the 2nd Amendment, Hemp Farming and other important issues where states are taking action to push back against unconstitutional federal power.Details
In case you missed it, I was a guest on Tom’s “Tenther Tuesday” to discuss the latest in the Nullification Movement. Woods, as usual, was awesome.
CONCORD, N.H., June 4, 2014 – Today, the New Hampshire House and Senate gave final approval to a bill which bans government officials from obtaining “information contained in a portable electronic device” without a warrant “signed by a judge and based on probable cause.” It now goes to the Governor’s desk for a signatureDetails