The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence filed litigation on Wednesday in an attempt to undermine the Second Amendment Preservation Act that passed by the Kansas legislature in April 2013. It hopes to overturn the law, leaving the firearm rights of Kansans in jeopardy.Details
The people of the state of Kansas are under attack and the weapon being deployed is aimed at depriving them of their right to keep and bear arms, and their right to enact state laws protecting that right.Details
Kansas Star columnist Mary Sanchez wants the federal government to arrest suffering cancer patients using marijuana for pain relief and lock them up in cages.Details
This morning, the Brady Center filed suit to block the new Kansas 2nd Amendment Protection Act – a bill that we worked tirelessly to support until it was signed into law last year.Details
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: While you were having heated comment debates about the owner of a sports team, the “Supreme Court” of the United States refused to even HEAR a case about NDAA – meaning “indefinite detention” remains in full force.
An iron boot is hanging over your head and this is what gets people riled up?
We should all be embarrassed. History will not look kindly on the America of today.
It’s no secret that for years now the popular media personality Rachel Maddow has railed against nullification. Consistent with her partisan Democrat disposition she fear-mongered the return of institutional racism, secession and civil war whenever she approached the subject. Her conclusion was that nullification is a hysterical, reactionary, right-wing radicalism that has no place in modern American politics.
But Maddow has apparently had a change of heart – at least in one case.Details
As the first legislative session for the OffNow campaign unfolded, it became clear that the prime opposition to state measures prohibiting material support to the NSA would come from two main fronts: law enforcement and tech companies.Details
One Tennessee Democrat joined three Republicans to kill a bill that would have prohibited the state from admitting illegally gathered data as evidence in court.Details
In the last few weeks, Republicans in states have killed the following important nullification bills.Details