See Bill. See Bill Nullify.

Bill Sage didn’t expect to become a leader in a fight against unconstitutional indefinite detention written into the National Defense Authorization Act.

But he did.

Like most local elected representatives, Sage took an oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States when he was sworn in as County Supervisor in Allegan County, Michigan, Feb. 14, 2011.

Would Sage uphold his sworn constitutional oath?

Indeed he would.


See Dr. Tom Woods in Wisconsin Sept 21st !

Should Wisconsin Help Stop An Out-of-Control Federal Government ?

Dr. Tom Woods and other featured speakers and panel experts will answer that question and provide Wisconsinites nullification tools at Reclaiming the Republic: The Case for Nullification.   Join us Saturday, September 21st at Country Springs Hotel in Pewaukee, WI, and learn how states’ rights can be asserted in Wisconsin ! Woods

State nullification is happening across our country.  State legislatures in other states are working to block unconstitutional federal interference in healthcare, firearms, marijuana, airport security, spying on and indefinite detention of U.S. citizens, etc.  Why hasn’t Wisconsin government yet acted ?

Event speakers include Tom Woods, author of Nullification: How to Resist Tyranny in the 21st Century, is recognized as the foremost authority on state nullification.  Hear Dr. Woods lay out the historical basis and strategies for checking federal power.


Wisconsin Takes the First Step to Nullify Obamacare


Secretary of Health and Human Services, Kathleen Sebelius, recently extended the deadline for states to set up their own healthcare exchanges. Despite the extra month, the final state tally is 25 yes and 25 no. Governor Walker’s “No Thank You” letter added to the sizable pile of rejection slips on the Secretary’s desk.  The percentage of states denying a state exchange equals another key statistic.  The latest Rasmussen poll shows 50 percent of Americans favor a full repeal of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA).

Gov. Walker’s spokesman cited cost as one of the main reasons for the state‘s refusal. Estimates show an operational cost of between $45 and $60 million for the exchange annually beginning in 2015.  Minnesota’s exchange has already exceeded cost estimates by 35 percent prior to implementation. Additional estimates show Minnesota taxpayers seeing another 18 percent rise in the first year of operation.