Gary Franchi of WHDT-TV interviews Tenth Amendment Center’s Michael Boldin on NSA spying and the campaign to resist on a state level.Details
On October 19, 2013 the TAC hosted a conference in Raleigh NC on nullification. Featured speakers included Tom Woods, Mike Church, and Publius Huldah. Pictures thanks to Mike Maharrey, Nicole Revels, and many others who contributed. Thank you to everyone who helped make it a success! note – images will load in batches as you…Details
Here’s a first set of pictures from Nullify Now! The event was fantastic, with speakers like Tom Woods, Mike Church, Publius Huldah – plus staples like Mike Maharrey and Jason Rink. These are from our Instagram account – expect to see more soon! We’re very grateful for the sponsorship from folks like Dr. Dan’s Freedom…Details
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In Utah, the Bluffdale Data Center will require 1.7 million gallons of water every single day to operate – keep computers cool. That water is being provided by the State of Utah.
They can TURN IT OFF!
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Tenth Amendment Center national communications director Mike Maharrey spends an hour chatting about the Tenth Amendment, decentralization and nullification with Mike Paczesny and Kristan Harris on The Rundown Live out of Milwaukee.
Michael Boldin, founder and executive director of the Tenth Amendment Center, discusses the states’ rights approach to fighting NSA spying on Americans; the unlikely coalition that pushed through the NDAA-defying California Liberty Preservation Act (AB-351); and using anti-commandeering court precedents to withhold water and power from NSA data centers in Utah and Texas.Details
Alex Jones hosts Michael Boldin, executive director of the Tenth Amendment Center, to talk about California’s new law resisting NDAA indefinite detention. They discuss James Madison’s advice on how to stop federal power – including NSA spying – and cover some of the recent developments in the 10th Amendment and Nullification movement around the country.…Details
Calling nullification dangerous assumes what we have now is the nice stable norm. Clearly it isn’t. In fact, we have a federal government completely untethered from its constitutional limits. It does what it wants. When it wants. To whomever it wants.Details