Minnesota Action Alert: Support HF3173 to Bolster Privacy Rights

HF3173, a bill that would ban government officials from obtaining the personal identifying information of individuals without a warrant in Minnesota, was introduced on Mar. 19 by Rep. John Lesch (DFL-66B). It was promptly referred to the Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee where it will need to pass through a majority before it can…

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Minnesota Action Alert: Support SF2852 to Nullify Gun Control

On Mar. 21, SF2852 was introduced to protect the 2nd Amendment from federal usurpation in Minnesota. (learn more about it here) It was promptly referred to the Judiciary Committee where it will need to pass through a majority before it can be voted on by the whole senate.

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Minnesota Action Alert: Support SF2854 to help Nullify NDAA

On Mar. 21, SF2854 was introduced to start the process of protecting Minnesota residents from the indefinite detention provisions of the NDAA. (learn more about it here) It was promptly referred to the Judiciary Committee where it will need to pass by a majority vote before the full Senate can consider it.

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Minnesota Action Alert: Support HF2553 to Nullify Warrantless Gathering of Location Data

HF2553, a bill to protect the privacy of Minnesota residents from unwarranted gathering of location data use by government officials, was introduced on Mar. 3. It was promptly referred to the Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee where it will need to pass through a majority before it can be voted upon by the full house.

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Krysia Weidell, candidate for MN SD67, on the 10th amendment

The following video is an interview by radio talk show host Sue Jeffers of KTLK 100.3 in the Twin Cities.  She is talking with MN State Senate candidate Krysia Weidell. What a blessing to have a candidate of this caliber stepping up!  We the People need more candidates of this caliber if we ever hope…

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FCC Town Hall Hearing in Minneapolis

On Thursday, August 19th, 2010, a town hall meeting was held in Minneapolis and involved FCC commissioners Cobbs and Clyburn along with Minnesota Senator Al Franken, who had to leave early because his mother-in-law was in town.:)

Senator Franken and the FCC commissioners spoke about how important it would be to install more government regulation.  This time it would be the Internet.  They called it “Save the Internet” or they also referred to it as “Net Neutrality”

Senator Franken mentioned that the large corporations like Comcast, Google, Verizon will install their own framework and platforms that would benefit their bottom line and make it more difficult for Americans to afford what they referred to as the “tier” platform.  They are concerned that poorer class people could only afford a basic speed Internet, while the more affluent people would have access to a faster speed Internet.  They want all people to have access to the same speed.

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Let the Cleanup Process Begin

Are you among the growing multitude of Americans that are fedup with tax and spend government; fedup with out of control government; fedup with corrupt government; and fedup with dishonest government?  Let the Cleanup Process Begin! The first item to consider will be to elect representatives that will make their allegiance to the Constitution greater…

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MN Legislature to Make New Effort at Medical Marijuana

Tim Pawlenty, the so-called “states’ rights” governor of Minnesota, feels that marijuana should be illegal in his state. OK. I disagree, but I live in California, so if the people of Minnesota agree, that’s their concern. At least that’s how the Constitution see it. Problem is, Governor Tim has no problem making the people of…

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