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To the Governor: West Virginia "2nd Amendment Preservation" Bill Authorizes Continued Enforcement of Federal Gun Control

To the Governor: West Virginia “2nd Amendment Preservation” Bill Authorizes Continued Enforcement of Federal Gun Control

the West Virginia legislature passed a bill that would ban enforcement of federal red flag laws, but would leave state and local police free to enforce virtually all other federal ...
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This IS Absolute

This IS Absolute

Joe Biden says "no amendment is absolute." This once again reveals the president's complete ignorance of the Constitution ...
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Texas Senate Committee Passes Bill to Take on Future Federal Gun Control

Texas Senate Committee Passes Bill to Take on Future Federal Gun Control

Titled the “Texas Firearm Protection Act,” the proposed law would prohibit any Texas governmental agency, including state and local police departments, from adopting any rule, order, ordinance, or policy under ...
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James Madison: The Constitution vs the National Bank

James Madison: The Constitution vs the National Bank

In 1791, James Madison gave two major speeches on the National Bank, opposing it primarily on grounds that it wasn’t a power expressly delegated in the Constitution. He also rejected ...
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Louisiana Bill Would Block Unconstitutional National Guard Deployments

Louisiana Bill Would Block Unconstitutional National Guard Deployments

Under the proposed law, the Louisiana governor could only release the state’s National Guard units into “active duty combat” if Congress has “passed an official declaration of war or has ...
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Tennessee House Passes Bill to Beg Feds to "Quit It!"

Tennessee House Passes Bill to Beg Feds to “Quit It!”

Last week, the Tennessee House passed a bill to create a process to beg the federal government not to enforce unconstitutional executive orders. While supporters of the bill claim it ...
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Arkansas House Committee Passes Bill to End State Enforcement of Federal Gun Control

Arkansas House Committee Passes Bill to End State Enforcement of Federal Gun Control

an Arkansas House committee passed a bill that would take on federal gun control, past, present and future, banning the state from participating in the enforcement of a wide range ...
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To the Governor: Maryland Passed Bill to Ban Warrantless Access to State Driver License Database for Immigration Enforcement

To the Governor: Maryland Passed Bill to Ban Warrantless Access to State Driver License Database for Immigration Enforcement

Under the proposed law, the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) would be prohibited from disclosing personal information in its databases to a federal agent or federal agency for the purpose ...
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Signed as Law: New Mexico Legalizes Marijuana Despite Federal Prohibition

Signed as Law: New Mexico Legalizes Marijuana Despite Federal Prohibition

Under the law, adults 21 and over can possess up to 2 ounces of marijuana, 16 grams of cannabis concentrates, and 800 milligrams of infused edibles. The law also allows ...
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To the Governor: Maryland Passes Bill to Limit State Participation in Federal Police Militarization Programs

To the Governor: Maryland Passes Bill to Limit State Participation in Federal Police Militarization Programs

The proposed law would prohibit Maryland state and local law enforcement agencies from receiving or purchasing the following property from a military equipment surplus program operated by the federal government ...
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Louisiana Bill Would Ban Enforcement of Federal Gun Control: Past, Present and Future

Louisiana Bill Would Ban Enforcement of Federal Gun Control: Past, Present and Future

The proposed law would prohibit the state, its agencies and its political subdivision from "adopting a rule, order, ordinance, or policy under which the entity explicitly or through consistent overt ...
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We Don't Need No Stinkin' Review

We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Review

On the one hand, it's exciting to see states pushing back against all of the unconstitutional actions coming out of Washington D.C. But on the other hand, it's a little ...
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