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Spies Gone Wild

Spies Gone Wild

Nullification Movement News, Episode 4. This week's stories include: -FBI illegally collaborates with CIA and NSA -Facial Recognition, Stingrays - OK, MS, NY, MN, SC - and a fail in ...
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Constitutional Carry Bills Filed in Minnesota Senate

Constitutional Carry Bills Filed in Minnesota Senate

Both bills would allow anyone legally allowed to own a gun could carry it in public places not otherwise prohibited by law without a state-issued permit, though they would still ...
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Permitless Concealed Carry Bill Filed in Virginia

Permitless Concealed Carry Bill Filed in Virginia

A bill filed in the Virginia House would make it legal for Virginians to “carry a concealed handgun without a permit anywhere they may lawfully carry a handgun openly.” The ...
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Arizona Bill Would Limit Federal Control Over Local Police

Arizona Bill Would Limit Federal Control Over Local Police

The legislation would prohibit the state and its political subdivisions from using any personnel or financial resources to enforce, administer or cooperate with any act, law, treaty, order, rule or ...
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The General Welfare Clause Doesn't Mean What They Tell You It Means

The General Welfare Clause Doesn’t Mean What They Tell You It Means

Most people will tell you that the general welfare clause expands federal power. Most people are wrong ...
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War Is the Greatest Enemy of Liberty

War Is the Greatest Enemy of Liberty

James Madison warned of all the enemies of liberty, war was “the most to be dreaded.” ...
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Maryland House Committee Holds Hearing on Bill to Create State Process to End Qualified Immunity

Maryland House Committee Holds Hearing on Bill to Create State Process to End Qualified Immunity

The legislation would create a cause of action in state court for individuals to sue police officers who, under the color of law, deprive them of an individual right secured ...
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Missouri Senate Committee Holds Hearing on Bill That Would Take Steps Toward Treating Gold and Silver as Money

Missouri Senate Committee Holds Hearing on Bill That Would Take Steps Toward Treating Gold and Silver as Money

The legislation would take two steps to encourage the use of gold and silver as money in Missouri, including making it legal tender, and eliminating the state capital gains tax ...
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Texas Bills Would Create a Process to Review and Reject Unconstitutional Federal Acts

Texas Bills Would Create a Process to Review and Reject Unconstitutional Federal Acts

Four bills filed in the Texas House and Senate would create a state process to review federal laws and end state cooperation with enforcement of those determined to violate the ...
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Oklahoma Bill Would End Civil Asset Forfeiture in the State but Federal Loophole Would Remain

Oklahoma Bill Would End Civil Asset Forfeiture in the State but Federal Loophole Would Remain

The legislation would simply repeal the entire Oklahoma civil asset forfeiture process ...
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Maryland Bill Would Limit Law Enforcement Use of Facial Recognition

Maryland Bill Would Limit Law Enforcement Use of Facial Recognition

The proposed law would limit the use of facial recognition to “crimes of violence,” human trafficking, or a criminal act “involving circumstances presenting a substantial and ongoing threat to public ...
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Hawaii Bill Would Legalize Limited Raw Milk Sales; Foundation to Nullify Federal Prohibition Scheme

Hawaii Bill Would Legalize Limited Raw Milk Sales; Foundation to Nullify Federal Prohibition Scheme

Under the proposed law, milk producers could legally sell raw milk and raw milk products directly to consumers subject to rules adopted by an oversight board. Sales would be limited ...
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Permit not Required: "Constitutional Carry" Bills Filed in South Carolina

Permit not Required: “Constitutional Carry” Bills Filed in South Carolina

COLUMBIA S.C. (Jan 26, 2023) – Two bills filed in the South Carolina House would legalize permitless carry in the state. The enactment of a so-called “constitutional carry” bill would ...
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