On this episode of Tenther Tuesday, Mike Maharrey and Michael Boldin talk about a state effort to take on the Federal Reserve’s monopoly on money, blocking new gun control on a local level and some nullification strategy.
One of the simplest actions states can take to break the Federal Reserve monopoly on money is to stop taxing gold and silver. A bill prefiled in Kentucky does just that, removing the state sales tax on gold and silver.
In episode five, we reported on local action taking on HUD and federal marijuana prohibition. This week, we have more local news. An Oregon County commission passed an ordinance that prohibits funding for future enforcement of gun laws. This marks an important first step toward nullifying unconstitutional gun control in effect.
- Arizona Senate Passes Bill to Establish Bullion Depository and Transactional Gold-Backed Currency - February 29, 2024
- Missouri Bill Would Ban Warrantless Reverse Location Tracking - February 29, 2024
- Kentucky House Passes Bill to Limit ALPR Data Retention, Help Block National License Plate Tracking Program - February 29, 2024