No Water = No NSA Data Center – that, and other ways the 4th Amendment Protection Act can effectively push back against NSA spying.Details
Gary Franchi of WHDT-TV interviews Tenth Amendment Center’s Michael Boldin on NSA spying and the campaign to resist on a state level.Details
During a large drug policy reform summit held in Denver from Oct. 23 to 26, a panel convened to consider jury nullification as a tool to bring the so-called ‘War On Drugs’ to a halt.
The event, co-hosted by groups including the ACLU and NORML, was planned to ‘explore the history of jury nullification, its use in drug cases, how to use jury nullification as an advocacy tool, and strategies for building a jury nullification movement to stem the tide of the drug war,’ according to a recent Huffington Post article.Details
The answer is local, not national. Who we elect to state and local offices over the next ten to twenty years is far more important that what goes on over by the Potomac. Whether people want to believe it or not, the federal government can not, and will not, reverse its behavior.Details
I thought it might be fun to evaluate an old Heritage Foundation article about nullification in the context of this hierarchy. In this article, Dr. Matthew Spalding, from Heritage, tells us why he believes that the Idaho legislature was correct in 2011 when it rejected legislation which would have nullified Obamacare. If you haven’t read it, please go read Rejecting Nullification: Idaho Draws the Constitutional Line for context.Details
An advertisement in the Washington D.C. Metro that encourages passers-by to ‘Google Jury Nullification’ recently raised the ire of the city’s prosecutors and judges.
The Fully Informed Jury Association put up the advertisement, telling potential jurors that “they have the right to ‘hang’ the jury with their vote if they cannot agree with other jurors!” and that “you may, and should, vote your conscience.” The billboard has been placed strategically in a place near the D.C. Superior Court, where potential jurors are most likely to see it.Details
The idea is that the Obamacare fiasco will anger the American people, leading to a Republican victory. Then the they will assume power, repeal Obamacare and everything will be fine.
This idea is erroneous for many different reasons.Details
If my own personal history is any guide, we’re going to be seeing an increasing number of formerly loyal democratic voters who are open to a new paradigm during the next year or two. If we do, the goal is to be welcoming and accepting, and to offer them a new political home in the Tenther movement.Details
Leading and growing this national nullification movement takes a significant amount of money. One of the top ways we raise this money is by selling products and memberships. Every year during the Christmas shopping season, we offer some big discounts on all our products, and this year will be pushing even harder.Details
Originally published on Washington Times Communities
The last few months of policymaking inside the Beltway have handed America the most bizarre set of crises in decades. First, President Obama nearly sparked Armageddon with Russia when he threatened striking Syria over alleged chemical weapons use.
Then, just as the world breathed a sigh of relief thanks to a microphone gaffe that became a peace agreement, the President and his allies in the Senate put Election 2014 above people’s lives by luring the House Republicans into a budget standoff that shutdown the federal government.
The first three weeks of October were like the movie V for Vendetta with Democrats reveling (and campaign fundraising) in the shutdown, pontificating over why the American people so desperately needed the federal government. No sooner did moderate Republicans hit the chicken switch and cave to raising the debt ceiling, Obama couldn’t wait to start a new crisis by bringing up immigration policy.Details