The federal government, whether we look to its executive, legislative or judicial branches, has no motivation to limit itself. A thief doesn’t usually put himself in jail when he steals. So, the people via their States must push back against federal tyranny.Details
After a report in the Tribune last week, US News and World Report gave a very favorable mainstream media report on our work to stop NSA spying with a pushback by states. That just got picked up by Drudge Report.Details
Ohio Representatives Jim Butler and Ron Young introduced HB354 on November 19, 2013. This bill specifically prevents state and local law enforcement officials in Ohio from assisting the federal government in any investigation, prosecution, or detention of any person in Ohio that would result in that person’s loss of the right of due process.Details
A bill to nullify federal gun control failed by one vote in 2013. It will be re-introduced in 2014. Here are the proposed revisions.Details
A proposal from State Rep Brett Hildabrand would ban state and local participation in a critical part of NSA information sharing. This is one of three important areas where states can work to #NullifyNSADetails
The take away from the H3101 hearings is that nullification efforts are now being taken seriously by collectivists, Big Insurance and Obama administration operatives. The opposition is organized now. This professional well-monied opposition to H3101 means we’re ground zero for stopping the health car act.Details
During a large drug policy reform summit held in Denver from Oct. 23 to 26, a panel convened to consider jury nullification as a tool to bring the so-called ‘War On Drugs’ to a halt.
The event, co-hosted by groups including the ACLU and NORML, was planned to ‘explore the history of jury nullification, its use in drug cases, how to use jury nullification as an advocacy tool, and strategies for building a jury nullification movement to stem the tide of the drug war,’ according to a recent Huffington Post article.Details