Tenth Amendment Center national communications director Mike Maharrey recently sat down and chatted with Brad Jackson on the Freedomworks podcast on efforts to nullify Obamacare at the state level.Details
A bill that would prohibit Missouri from offering any material support to the NSA or other federal agencies engaging in warrantless mass surveillance passed out of committee today.Details
A Tennessee state senate bill that would ban law enforcement from obtaining cellphone location tracking information without a warrant has passed an important committee hurdle.
Introduced by Sen. Mae Beavers, Senate Bill 2087 (SB2087) passed through the Judiciary Committee on Tuesday by a unanimous 6-0 vote. Once assigned to the schedule by the calendar and rules committee, it will be debated and voted on in the full Senate.Details
A huge part of the NSA debate has centered around metadata and whether or not it is an onerous violation of our rights for the government to collect the data about our data. Dianne Feinstein, Mike Rogers, Barack Obama and others would have you believe that it is no big deal. However, a recent study from Webpolicy.org shows the feds are lying yet again:Details
Two Minnesota bills that together ban law enforcement from obtaining cellphone location tracking information and data without a warrant passed its first committee hurdle.Details
The Michigan state house is considering two resolutions that, if passed, would serve as a stern rebuke and important first step against the NSA’s illegal spying program. While legally non-binding, passage could blaze the trail for stronger legislative action being taken against NSA at a later date. HR0205 and HR0216 were both introduced last year…Details
If you’ve done nothing wrong, there’s nothing to hide, right?
So why the secrecy on your water use in Utah?
The NSA claims to be universally eavesdropping on only one “foreign” country, but remember that the NSA lies as serially and completely as the TSADetails