West Virginia HB2168, the Defend the Guard Act, would protect the state’s Guard troops from unconstitutional use and abuse by the President, requiring a constitutional declaration of war prior to overseas deployments. It must pass through the House Veterans’ Affairs and Homeland Security Committee successfully before it can receive a full vote in the state house.Details
“The operation of measures thus unconstitutional and illegal ought to be prevented by a resort to other measures which are both constitutional and legal. It will be the solemn duty of the State governments to protect their own authority over their own militia, and to interpose between their citizens and arbitrary power. These are among…Details
The Nov. 5 edition of Stars and Stripes reported that President Obama is considering renewed military assistance to Iraq.
After a White House meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, Obama said he shares al-Maliki’s fears about militants’ growing foothold in Iraq’s western province and will join the Iraqi leader’s effort to crack down. Administration officials said this would include growing intelligence support and new weaponry.
Hear ye, hear ye. Pull your chair up to the edge of the precipice. I have a story to tell…
Nullification can imply, if not be the road to economic and prosperity as an action plan, demonstrating that State Soverignty is good the well being of its citizens. Putting together three of TAC’s 10th Amendment legislations, plus creating a Health Free Zone in your State could be the basis for revitalizing and promoting economic and prosperity for all in the State!
Based on a recent article, Create the first Health Freedom Zone in America. a live talk show referencing a couple great health reform ideas, Mike Adams has triggered an Action Plan for any state to move toward sovereignty. I am calling it the 2+2 plan= State Economic & Prosperity Plan. Whether your State is nullifying ObamaCare or not, this plan opens the health field to competition, and creates a mecca for bringing commerce and prosperity to your State.
The 2+2 is a core strategy for state sovereignty and freedom. The ‘+2’ part of the plan is a one-two punch for health, wealth and prosperity, but not self-reliance and the full blessings of liberty for you and your progeny. Together, they are almost invincible.
The first ‘2′ in the “2+2″ is based on sovereignty principles for any state, country or wannabe self-sustaining jurisdiction. The ‘+2’ is viable actions a state can take. Both 2’s in the ‘2+2’ are things a state can do using legislation, the Tenth Amendment, honor ‘the blessings of freedom,’ and create a viable economy in these trying and surely to become darker times ahead.
There are two fundamental principles for creating a viable self sustaining, self reliant and self standing state: gaining control of the Purse & Sword. This is based on the solid work of Dr Vieira, the constitutional lawyer who advances this theme (video). TAC has been tracking this, the Purse idea via the Constitutional Tender legislation and the Sword via the Defend the Guard legislation tracking .Details
Oath Keepers simply recognize that there are certain orders we would NOT obey because we will consider them unconstitutional (and thus unlawful) and immoral violations of the natural rights of the people. Such orders would be acts of war against the American people by their own government, and thus acts of treason. We will not make war against our own people. We will not commit treason. We will defend the Republic.Details
Plenty of questions do arise from this – the big one, in my opinion, is this – Shouldn’t the state of Oklahoma (and every other state for that matter) just start reasserting authority over their own troops that already exist? That is – the state national guard troops that have been unconstitutionally federalized in recent…Details
by Ben Manski and Jim Draeger For the first time in recent history, citizens of Wisconsin have the opportunity to help answer the question “Who decides about war?” As part of a national movement of nearly two dozen states, on Tuesday, March 9, at 1 p.m. at the State Capitol in Madison, the Veterans and…Details