Fremont, El Paso Counties in Colorado May Be Followed By Many More

Some people argue that principles of state sovereignty would be a pointless strategy in their state.  They argue that their statehouse is even more corrupt than the Feds and in some cases, they may have a point.

Fortunately there is much that can be done at the county level.  Sources are telling Tenth Amendment Center that there are a high number of counties in Colorado alone that are ready to turn back the NDAA.

What do you do when the Feds decide that they’re allowed to kidnap people?  Do you wait until you’ve made the ‘correct’ voting choices or do you do what Jefferson would have high-fived you for and tell the DC bureaucrats who seek to dominate we, the people, “NO!”.  “No, you may not enter this county and kidnap citizens of this county.”

Tisha Casida, who is running for congress in Colorado, spoke with The Tenth Amendment Center and indicated a high level of interest amongst CO counties that she’s been to during her campaign stops.

“Most of the counties I’ve been to recently are talking about nullifying the NDAA,” said Casida.  “There’s a ton of talk about the 10th Amendment and laws like the one passed in El Paso County earlier this month are the real deal.”

Harder to tame than a willful statehouse might be a cluster of counties, each one individually nullifying through local law.  The claimed power of the Federal Government to incarcerate Americans without trial is not one that is being accepted by many Americans.

Tenth Amendment Center announced new model legislation last week, The Liberty Preservation Act.  It would nullify the NDAA and is ready to be introduced in any state.  The LPA has all the language needed to turn away the NDAA at your state line.  Get all the info at:  http://tenthamendmentcenter.com/legislation/liberty-preservation-act/

Track NDAA nullification across the republic at: http://tenthamendmentcenter.com/nullification/ndaa/


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