OffNow.org National Campaign Lead Shane Trejo spoke with Traces of Reality radio on Wednesday, discussing efforts to nullify the NSA by turning its water off at the state and local level.Details
Tenth Amendment Center’s Michael Maharrey is scheduled to be on the following shows talking #NullifyNSA:
Wilkow on TheBlaze at 7pm, 12-05
Infowars News at 6pm, 12-05
Scott Horton radio at 4pm, 12-06
Matt Clark radio at 1pm, 12-07
Thomas E. Woods Jr. radio at 12pm, 12-09
(all times Eastern)
After establishing that we cannot count on Congress, the president or federal courts to rein in the NSA, Maharrey explained the basic strategy and the anti-commandeering doctrine it is based on. He also addressed those who might believe that stopping unconstitutional spying is an impossible task and why we must be bold, and stand and fight.Details
On the Scott Horton Show, 11-15-13: Michael Boldin, founder and executive director of the Tenth Amendment Center, discusses why Congressional reform of the NSA is doomed to failure while Dianne Feinstein remains on the Senate Intelligence Committee, and using state-level legislation to shut down NSA facilities by denying them electricity and water.
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
Tenth Amendment Center national communications director Mike Maharrey spends an hour chatting about the Tenth Amendment, decentralization and nullification with Mike Paczesny and Kristan Harris on The Rundown Live out of Milwaukee.
Michael Boldin, founder and executive director of the Tenth Amendment Center, discusses the states’ rights approach to fighting NSA spying on Americans; the unlikely coalition that pushed through the NDAA-defying California Liberty Preservation Act (AB-351); and using anti-commandeering court precedents to withhold water and power from NSA data centers in Utah and Texas.Details