Tenther Radio Episode #106: Nullification Works

In this episode, you’ll get the latest tenther news. We’ll tell you about several local efforts to nullify unconstitutional federal acts. And we have some details on a sweeping nullification bill signed into law up in Alaska. Plus have you ever wondered if this nullification business can really work? Well, it already is working! And we share some proof later in the show.

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Tenther Radio Episode #104: Our Two Year Birthday!

As the federal government relentlessly attacks your Constitution, the only way that liberty can win in the long run is if people refuse to give up – or give in. The NSA might be scaring some people off from being active – chilling their opposition. And that’s just what it’s intended to do. So now is the time to ramp things up and continue the pressure – for liberty. Tonight, as we celebrate our 2nd year here at Tenther Radio and prepare for next week’s 7 year anniversary of the Tenth Amendment Center, we’ll talk a little about where things have been in the past, and where we’d like to take them in the future.

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Tenther Radio Episode #102: It Takes Just One

Add to iTunes If one state or a group of states decides to delegate more authority to the federal government, it does not ipso facto strip the relevant authority from dissenting states. The fact that some states find a federal statute acceptable does not make it so for the remainder. In part, this is where…

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Tenther Radio Episode #101: Tyranny Got You Down?

Is tyranny getting you down? It can be downright terrifying and morally decimating. The demands on citizens and states from a supposedly “limited” and “defined” federal government are now innumerable . The Union looks more and more like a consolidation of states instead of a federal republic. So, what do we do? What are the options to fight this reversal of the founders’ vision?


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Tenther Radio Episode #100: Coming up with Solutions

Trusting the government? That’s just what Barack Obama told a large group to do at Ohio State University’s graduation ceremony recently. We shouldn’t be worried about anything he said – because WE ARE the government. We we know that’s a crock – but some of our closest allies who DO mistrust the government are making their solutions to our problems all about trusting government. We’ll talk about this in the next two segments in this week’s episode of Tenther Radio


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Tenther Radio Episode #99: Government Gone Wild

We are living in a world of government gone wild. The IRS is targeting people based on political views. The guy who kills kids with drones in Pakistan claims the power to protect kids from killers in America. And the rubber stamp federal courts didn’t turn down a single request for electronic surveillance – out of 1,789 in 2012. Can anyone trust these people to do anything right? Well, you shouldn’t.

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Tenther Radio Episode #98: Nullification Goes Mainstream

This week Rasmussen Reports released the numbers from a new national poll on nullification. For those who’ve followed the nullification movement for years, the results are pretty shocking. Mainstream approval is in the majority. Here at the Tenth Amendment Center, we’ve been fighting Goliath for years – and we’ll continue to do so into the future. But, now we know that the majority of mainstream American has our back – meaning, we’re going to continue pushing forward until we all win for liberty

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Tenther Radio Episode #97: The Importance of Decentralization

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Kansas started a domino effect by passing the 2nd Amendment preservation act in April. This week, we’re seeing similar – and even stronger bills – move forward in Missouri and Alabama. Plus a solid bill is up for a vote in Texas on Saturday. We’ll talk about that in our news segment.

Two weeks ago on this show, we shared the scandal behind real id nullification in Missouri. Today, documents have been released proving that governor Jay Nixon was fully aware he was violating the state law to implement the federal act. And Mike Maharrey had a great interview on Clarkcast this week. The topic? The importance of decentralizing power. We’ll dig a little deeper into that subject, and talk about how moving political power close to home is a benefit to you, no matter what political stripes you happen to wear.

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