Judge Napolitano: US Troops to Nigeria is Illegal

Last month, President Obama committed some 80 armed American troops to Chad to assist in the efforts to find a group of Nigerian girls reportedly kidnapped by the Boko Haram group. According to Judge Andrew Napolitano, the president’s action was an illegal use of military force without Congressional approval – as the Constitution requires.

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Oaths of Office and the Tenth Amendment

On March 31st, I was a guest on The Dignitary podcast. The show’s topic was the oath of office that politicians take, particularly that of upholding the Constitution. The Dignitary’s host, Jacob, and I discussed NSA spying and the importance of the Tenth Amendment Center’s motto, “The Constitution. Every issue, every time. No exceptions, no excuses.”

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Interview: Setting the precedent against NSA

On March 27 Michael Maharrey was a guest on Clarkcast to discuss the Forth Amendment Protection ACT in the state of Michigan. They covered nullification generally before moving on to the more specific topic of HB5420 – introduced by representative Tom McMillin and supported by a bipartisan coalition.

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Video: Georgia hearing on HB707 to block Obamacare enforcement

On February 3rd, the Georgia House Judiciary held a subcommittee hearing on HB707, the Georgia Health Freedom and ACA Noncompliance Act. Representative Jason Spencer, constitutional lawyer Bruce Fein, and another state attorney provided testimony to HB707 to limit the Affordable Care Act.

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