TOP-10 cities for Tenth Amendment Center supporters on Facebook. Invite your friends and help bump yours up the list!Details
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
I’ve always believed that having short, high-quality videos would be an important part of getting our message out to the general public. I’ve often struggled with getting them done, though – between learning a skill I’ve never had, getting the right equipment to get it done, and managing the overall workflow of the organization. We’ve…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
THANK YOU: Today we hit our mid-summer fundraising goal – a HUGE thank you goes out to everyone who has pitched in to cover our bills for the next 3 months.
Now, we focus on the next $25K that needs to be raised by 12-31-14, so we can stay focused on 2015 state legislative sessions. But, we can rest easy for at least a few days.
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!
If you want to pitch in to help us get ahead, please do so right here:
This week, I’m personally stuffing, sealing, labeling and stamping 3000 direct mail pieces. This is a LOT of work, but it absolutely needs to be done. (more…)
To mark the Tenth Amendment Center’s 8 year anniversary on 06-25-14, we’re releasing our first-ever “State of the Nullification Movement” report for 2014.Details
This is a 25+ page handbook that will be available as a free download later this month. It’s filled with information on the NSA, Obamacare, protecting the 2nd Amendment, Hemp Farming and other important issues where states are taking action to push back against unconstitutional federal power.Details
Editor’s note: the following is a short statement written for the Missouri legislature in support of a bill that would limit drone surveillance without a warrantDetails