Michael Boldin and Lesley Swann take on some big news across the several states. NDAA and Obamacare – will they be enforceable if the states keep this up?Details
Welcome to Tenther Radio Episode Number 76 as we channel the spirit of our Founders from that famous year of 1776! While wearing his tri-corn hat, Michael Boldin leads his fellow patriots: Co-Host Lesley Swann, Executive Producer John Michaels and Blogger John Lambert through more resistance battles. However even with these recent victories that will be discussed in tonight’s episode, the continuing revolutionary war is far from over as he will explain later during his rant.
Lesley reported on a victory from Michigan as their State House voted unanimously 107-0 to nullify the NDAA in their state. However, new battles will need to fought to push it through the Senate. Boldin then brought up the Feinstein Amendment to the NDAA 2013.
Whether it’s something important for the left, or for the right – the 10th Amendment applies equally for everyone. The federal government is only authorized to exercise those powers delegated to it in the Constitution. This week, Tenther Radio will report on some big issues for the Tenther Movement. The UN is trying to pressure Obama into attacking states who defy DC on marijuana. Judge Napolitano has an interesting solution to the drone problem facing us all. The TSA is making travel more dangerous, not less. And another Governor is resisting the Affordable Care Act – and even sounds a little like he’s been tuning in to the show. Michael Boldin and Nick Hankoff host.Details
Michael Boldin and Nick Hankoff host Tenther Radio this week to watch the dominoes fall, and perhaps give a few more dominoes a helpful nudge, in the demise of Obamacare as more and more states refuse to implement the exchanges.
John Michaels, John Lambert, and Michael Boldin are your hosts on this 73rd episode. With all the news of states exercising sovereignty over marijuana, health care exchanges, and NDAA those who favor the opposite – a monolithic Washington, D.C. – are scrambling for arguments to keep back the momentum of these tenther-leaning election results.Details
Welcome to Tenther Radio Episode #72! The Captain of our Fellowship, Michael Boldin leads the party with his sword of freedom along with his co-host, the Elf Huntress Lesley Swann who aim with the bow is always true.
As President Obama and Mitt Romney fought for the Ring of Power, the free peoples of ten states challenged the rule of the Dark Lord of Mordor on the Potomac. Of those ten, six states passed their nullifying initiatives. Boldin and Swann started the conversation discussing the Montana’s victory declaring that governments can’t mandate the people to purchase health insurance.
After the break, the Dwarf John Michaels came flying out of the gate swing his very sharp ax and taking no prisoners while discussing Colorado and Washington State’s victory demanding the free recreational use of marijuana by their people. He said, “The people of the State of Colorado and the people of the State of Washington saying, ‘Yeah, we respect what you are say about marijuana, but we can handle our own problems in our state. You can go shove it!”
Michael Boldin followed up by saying, “…the bottom line is, all agricultural and all health care issues are Tenth Amendment issues.”Details
Drones. Soon America will have somewhere around 30,000 of these things flying and spying – virtually everywhere. Here at the Tenth Amendment Center, we believe that this mass spying program needs to be nullified into oblivion. Why? Because America was created to be a constitutional republic, not an Orwellian nightmare. Our guest this week is Blake Filippi, author of the TAC’s new “Privacy Protect Act,” a state-level bill designed to restore liberty, and nullify the dronesDetails
Habeas Corpus – it holds mystique as the greatest anglo-american legal protection. The federal government has held it in pretty low regard over the years – from Japanese internment camps to guantanamo bay and now the NDAA. Anthony Gregory joins us this week to talk about the Writ’s role in the power struggle between the federal government and the states. He also discusses the proper scope of federal habeas for state prisoners and for wartime detainees from the Civil War and World War II to the modern War on Terror.
Add to iTunes Welcome to Tenther Radio Sixty-Nine, Michael Boldin broadcasting live from the Los Angeles Studio (his spare bedroom) and joined this evening by his Texas colleague, Jason Rink from the Tenther Austin Studio. Tonight’s thrilling episode, our heroes discuss Maine’s efforts to nullify Obamacare having Maine State Representative Aaron Libby sharing his efforts…Details
There’s a firestorm brewing over NDAA detention powers in Michigan. A bill is being considered to nullify it on a State level, and residents are pressing local communities to do the same on a county level. Bill Sage, Allegan county Commissioner has been leading the charge. We talk with him about the legislation that passed in his county, plus his work in connecting with other county commissioners around the state. It’s a model that should be replicated everywhere.