On the Tom Woods show, Tenth Amendment Center national communications director Mike Maharrey goes over the state-level plan to effectively push back against NSA spying.Details
The Corbett Report explores the nullification solution, a long-repressed piece of political history that offers us a way out.Details
On December 2, 2013, Josh Tolley welcomed Michael Boldin to his daily GCN broadcast. They discussed nullification as a way to resist federal acts that violate the constitution and your liberty.
Boldin “No one would ever think that an organization that has the power to determine the extent of it’s own power would ever say ‘my power is limited'”
Tolley “See that’s what I like about the Tenth Amendment Center. There are 3100 counties and every 4 years we focus on changing DC and every 4 years we’re disappointed with the outcome. Yet if we took back 1600 of those 3100 counties it would basically neuter DC and DC wouldn’t have a leg to stand on.”
Cancer might have a higher approval rating than Congress. And rightfully so. One can be treated – Congress cannot.
A new bill, designed to prevent any state agency, assisting in implementing “any” provision of the Afffordable Care Act (ACA), will be introduced in the 2014 Georgia State Legislative session. The bill was pre-filed Monday morning. Representative Jason Spencer, district 180, Woodbine, spokesperson for the quartet of co-sponsors, said since the Governor and the Speaker…Details
We were just alerted that there could be a committee vote on SB999, the Liberty Preservation Act, this week!Details
Mike Maharrey, the Communications Director for the Tenth Amendment Center, discusses the NSA’s massive database of information codenamed FASCIA; the Tenth Amendment Center’s campaign to shut down NSA facilities by pressuring states to deny them water and electricityDetails
A bill that would prohibit any state agency in Michigan from cooperating with the U.S. military if it attempts to indefinitely detain a U.S. citizen without due process passed both houses of the legislature this week and will now go on to the governor’s desk.Details