Tenther Radio Episode #87: More than a Dozen Bills to Nullify, Just this Week

This week, over a dozen nullification bills are up for hearings or votes in states around the country. tonight, we’ll do our best to get you up to speed. 6 on NDAA indefinite detention, 4 on federal gun laws, 1 on industrial hemp farming, 1 on drones and 1 on Obamacare. A few results have come in already and there’s some good news to report. We’ll go through each of them – one by one – to let you know the status.

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Tenther Radio Episode #83: H. Robert Baker, Duty to Resist

83-numberIn this repeat of Tenther Radio Episode 50, Robert Baker joins Michael and Nick to discuss his book The Rescue of Joshua Glover: A Fugitive Slave, the Constitution, and the Coming of the Civil War. Baker is an Associate Professor at Georgia State University. In the preface of his book he explains that, “Deeply embedded in the American Revolution was the concept that the people, properly organized, might act on their own.”

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Tenther Radio Episode #82: The 2nd Amendment Standoff Moves to the States

The big issue of the week? The standoff on the right to keep and bear arms is moving to the states. While federal politicians have been tossing around ideas about banning or restricting firearm ownership, people in their states and local communities are working on methods to stop unconstitutional federal gun laws already on the books – and anything else that may be coming too.

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Tenther Radio Episode #81: Nullify the Drones

Drones.  The federal government wants to see some 30,000 drones over the skies of America. Spying…and keeping a watchful eye.  But a number of states – already Missouri, Florida and Indiana, and more soon – are considering versions of the Tenth Amendment Center’s Privacy Protection Act – to nullify the drones. We cover this, plus loads of news from states around the country as legislative sessions for 2013 are getting underway.

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Tenther Radio Episode #80: The Nullification Movement Hits its Stride

Years ago, the Tenth Amendment Center was a lone voice talking about how specific state laws were acts of nullification. 25 states were standing against George Bush’s Real ID act. And now 18 states are nullifying federal laws on weed. Today, we’re not alone. Even the Department of justice acknowledges that voter initiatives to legalize marijuana in Washington and Colorado are acts of nullification. So either these guys are reading our work, or the message is really getting out there. Either way, we’re winning.

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