Madison considered nullification a much higher power than a mere “constitutional right.” He agreed with Thomas Jefferson in that it was a natural right – one which doesn’t gain credence from a parchment.Details
According to Ron Calzone at Missouri First, even though the 2nd Amendment Preservation Act senate version was rejected by the house yesterday, it’s “poised to pass.”Details
Today, the Missouri House refused to concur with Senate amendments to HB1439, the 2nd Amendment Preservation Act. The bill passed the House by a vote of 110-41. It was passed by the Senate last week, amended, with a vote of 23-8. The Senate amendments were mostly technical. But they also added an “ineligibility clause” to…Details
ST. PAUL, Min., – May 5, 2014. A bipartisan bill which would ban law enforcement from obtaining cellphone location tracking information without a warrant passed the Minnesota state house on Friday. The vote was 120-0. It previously passed the senate by a vote of 56-1. But since the house made technical amendments to the bill it will go back to the senate for concurrence before being sent to the governor’s desk.Details
Every once in a while, we get feedback from someone telling us how “democrats have ruined the country.”
We take offense at the idea that it’s just Democrats that are the problem. Here at TAC, we stand for the constitution, and both parties have absolutely shredded it.
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: While you were having heated comment debates about the owner of a sports team, the “Supreme Court” of the United States refused to even HEAR a case about NDAA – meaning “indefinite detention” remains in full force.
An iron boot is hanging over your head and this is what gets people riled up?
We should all be embarrassed. History will not look kindly on the America of today.