The Tenth Amendment Center has joined a trans-partisan coalition of surveillance whistleblowers, civil liberties advocates, and organizations representing millions of Americans calling for a rejection of the latest version of the USA Freedom Act in the US Senate.Details
This week, the Electronic Frontier Foundation released a video with a behind-the-scenes look at the coalition against NSA spying, and the recent publicity action over the data center in Bluffdale, Utah. Featured in the video was TAC founder, Michael Boldin. “They’re having a difficult time using it, and we know they need a lot of…Details
Last week, Tom Woods interviewed Ralph Nader about left-right cooperation on his daily radio show and the OffNow campaign came up in the conversation.Details
The Tenth Amendment Center is pleased to support this new venture and proud to announce that national communications director Mike Maharrey will provide regular content for the new website.Details
Last night, I spoke on a really cool anti-surveillance panel with people from Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), ACLU of Southern California and Stop LAPD Spying Coalition. It was hosted by Restore The Fourth Los Angeles.Details
Working long hours for something that I love, I get more media coverage wearing my pajamas – sitting on the floor of my apartment – in one day…than most “PR Professionals” can get in a year.Details
It sure is a busy couple days to close out the week. This morning, the TAC partnered in trolling the NSA with a blimp over their spy facilities in Utah. Tomorrow, I have a day with NationBuilder and an event with Restore the Fourth.Details
I like building bridges – especially where most people think they can’t exist.
Case in point. This morning, TAC partnered with Greenpeace and Electronic Frontier Foundation to fly a blimp directly over the NSA data center in Utah. It had a sign on it and an arrow pointing down – “illegal spying below!”Details
Several state gun rights organizations say they support a state initiative to protect the right to keep and bear arms from federal infringement.