Even with the Good News, Things are Extremely Bad

If you follow this site regularly or subscribe by RSS – you’ll see us posting a lot of good news about state nullification bills moving forward.

And it’s true, there’s more good news on this front than we’ve ever seen.

But the fact of the matter is this – things are bad, extremely bad – and they keep getting worse.

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Recent Media Coverage for TAC

It’s good to see some other websites – mainstream and not – covering our work.  Here’s a few recent examples: -Washington Post linked to Mike Maharrey’s report on New Jersey being the first step to address federal militarization of police. So did The New American. Personal Liberty Digest ran my column – a status report…

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Nullification Video Series Update: Location Scouting at Recording Studios

The support for our upcoming nullification video series: Teach 150,000 people to nullify, was above and beyond what we had aimed for. This is allowing us to ramp up the quality of our production, and we’ll record in a professional studio rather than here in my apartment and home office. Last Friday, I toured a number of studios here in Los Angeles.

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It’s Nullification Season: We’re Already Tracking 90 State Bills

NINETY. That’s the number of state-level bills we’re tracking for 2015 so far here at the Tenth Amendment Center! We’re working in states from coast to coast to stop spying, gun control, prohibition, the FDA, indefinite detention, Common Core, Obamacare, Militarization, and more. We’re just getting started! If you want to keep up to date…

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Facebook calls Mises link unsafe

Facebook Considers Libertarian Mises Institute “Unsafe”

I can’t imagine what triggered their algorithm on this, but it appears that Facebook considers linking to the Mises Institute – even when linking to their actual Facebook page – to be an unsafe act. See this notice that popped up when attempting to schedule a post on the Tenth Amendment Center page this morning:…

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