Our heroes from the Starship Tentherific are back! Captain Michael Boldin and First Officer Nick Hankoff lead us through space, time, and all things Tenther. Tonight, nullification of Obamacare in South Carolina was first on their charted course, followed by a stop in Michigan to discuss the new Right to Work Law.
The intrepid heroes discuss the sad coincidence that on December 18, 1944 the Supreme Court upheld the indefinite detention of Americans of Japanese ancestry – and then on December 18, 2012 the committee hammering out the compromise in the NDAA bill before both chambers of Congress decided to strike any language that could possibly protect Americans from indefinite detention. The irony is not lost on the crew of the Starship Tentherific.
Boldin and Hankoff discuss a suggestion that TAC create model legislation to nullify federal gun laws. During this segment, they reviewed various federal gun laws from over the years and some ideas for how TAC would approach nullification – and future proof the legislation against potential new laws, regulations, and even executive orders.
Closing the night, hear a special segment from Mike Maharrey on the Constitution-solution to the tragedy in Connecticut.
“Because they’re all a bunch of criminals.” – Michael Boldin
“I’ve said in the past about the NDAA, if we don’t nullify it, it will nullify the Constitution.” – Nick Hankoff
“I need an assault weapons like I need a new pair of shoes. And a girl always needs a new pair of shoes.” – Lesley Swann
South Carolina Bill Proposes Jail Time for Federal Agents Enforcing Obamacare
South Carolina Lawmakers Propose 5-Year Jail Sentence for “Obamacare” Implementation
Michigan – 24th State to Pass a Right to Work Law
Obama supports new federal gun laws
Indefinite Detention here to stay – On an Ironic Day