Are the Editors of the Washington Times Reading TAC?

A quick glance at their recent op-ed – States tell Obama to Take a Hike – it seems pretty obvious that they’re at least getting the message. Here’s an excerpt: Arizona, Georgia, Idaho, Louisiana, Missouri and Virginia have opted out of an even larger slice of Obamacare by rejecting the health coverage mandate. The anti-Obamacare…

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Celebrating the 10th on 10-10-10

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Bryce Shonka and Andrew Nappi interviewed by Phil Russo of Tea Party Patriots Live on WORL-660AM in Orlando, Florida on 09-11-10. Bryce and Andrew will be at Nullify Now! on 10-10-10 in Orlando – representing the Tenth Amendment Center, and Phil Russo will be acting as emcee for…

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A Fresh Perspective on the Tenther Movement

This fresh perspective on our Tenther movement comes from Mother Jones Magazine writer Stephanie Mencimer in this month’s issue.  Also- save the date!  CATAC’s first Nullify Now! event is now slated for April 20th, 2011 in Los Angeles. -B

If at First You Don’t Secede

Meet the legalization-loving, Iraq-War-hating Californian who’s become a guru to the state sovereignty movement.

By Stephanie Mencimer

17 CommentsPost CommentJuly/August 2010 Issue

This February, around 300 conservative activists and candidates gathered at the Atlanta airport Hilton to celebrate the Tenth Amendment, the oft-overlooked constitutional provision that’s become the philosophical underpinning of opposition to everything—from bank bailouts to federal gun laws to the new health care bill. Among the speakers were the author of The South Was Right; a man who’d done time for evading taxes while running a gold and silver “bank”; and Roy Moore, the former Alabama Supreme Court justice who lost his robes after refusing to remove a giant Ten Commandments from his courthouse.

The odd man out was Michael Boldin, the founder of the Tenth Amendment Center

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Diverse Groups Call for DEA to End Medical Marijuana Raids

Tenth Amendment Center, Firedoglake Publisher Join Drug Policy Organizations’ Condemnation of Recent Raids

WASHINGTON — Two ideologically diverse advocates last week echoed an earlier call by a coalition of drug-policy reform groups by condemning a series of recent raids by the Drug Enforcement Administration on medical marijuana collectives that were operating legally under state law. The Tenth Amendment Center, a group that advocates on behalf of states’ rights, and Jane Hamsher, the publisher of Firedoglake.com, called on the DEA to respect duly adopted state medical marijuana laws and immediately end these raids.

“The federal government is only authorized to exercise those powers that ‘We the People’ delegated to it in the Constitution. Included among the myriad of constitutional violations from D.C. are federal laws that ban the use of cannabis,” said Michael Boldin, founder of the Tenth Amendment Center. “It is especially egregious when these laws are used to justify raids in states where the use and distribution of cannabis is expressly allowed by law. How many hundreds of thousands of people are going to be arrested before We the People say ‘enough is enough’? The time to end this unconstitutional, immoral, and costly federal war on people is now.”

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The Time is Now: Enough is Enough!

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Janet Mefferd interviews Michael Boldin of the Tenth Amendment Center on the 10th, Nullification and Nullify Now! See Michael in person in Ft Worth, Orlando, and Chattanooga. “It doesn’t matter what political party is in power, or what person occupies the White House – federal power continues to…

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How to Out-Left the Left

A couple of days ago I appeared on Wisconsin Public Radio to discuss Nullification, my new book.  Although the conversation was probably more civil than what would have unfolded had I been a leftist on many right-wing programs, I had my share of shocked and appalled callers.  I think I handled them pretty well.  WPR wrote to…

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TN-TAC on WIVK’s Sound Off

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Lesley Swann, State Coordinator for the Tennessee Tenth Amendment Center, was the featured guest on Knoxville’s WIVK “Sound Off” radio show on July 4. Host Josh Blanchard and Lesley discussed the Tea Party movement and the Tenth Amendment during the show. cross-posted from the Tennessee Tenth Amendment Center

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