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.
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
Add to iTunes 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. [...]
The #nodrones movement is picking up steam. Bills to ban warrantless drone spying are on the governor’s desk in both Tennessee and Florida. And in Oregon and Illinois, similar legislation has passed one state house by a wide margin. Plus, we’ll cover a bill to nullify the unconstitutional ban on hemp in Colorado, and legislation to nullify gun control moving forward in Louisiana.
On this week’s Tenther Radio, we’ll learn about an explosive story in Missouri that has national implications. Four years ago the state voted to nullify the Real ID act.. But it has come to light that they’ve been implementing it behind the scenes anyway. Rather than sitting aside and letting that continue, there’s been a firestorm in both the grassroots and the state house. Freedom of Information Acts have been filed, lawsuits threatened and resignations are already happening. Matthew Silbur from Missouri Tenth will join us to explain it all – and share how you can make a stand in your state, just like the people of Missouri are doing.
On this week’s Tenther Radio, you’ll get a Tenth Amendment movement news blitz. States and local communities are moving forward with measures to protect liberty at a dizzying pace! In Kansas and Missouri, the right to keep and bear arms is getting strong support. In Maryland, the health freedom got a little boost. In Montana, [...]
Do you believe in self-rule? Should you be free to choose your own medicine, whether or not to gamble, and when you can speak freely? When it comes to the FDA, the DEA, and just about every other federal agency, self-rule doesn’t fit into their goals. So how do people who want to live free actually do so? We’ll dig into these important questions…
“We see time and time again, one person leading the charge that gets people so irate, the federal bill is stopped,” says Swann after reporting on news from around the country. From Kansas to Florida, Obamacare to indefinite detention, non-compliance and nullification are the go-to doctrines these days for local governments.
Add to iTunes States refusing to cooperate with the feds is an extremely effective tool to nullify unconstitutional federal acts. This week, we got some mainstream coverage and support too. We’ll cover what Judge Andrew Napolitano had to say on Fox and Friends – and how it can help you nullify in your state too. [...]
On this week’s episode, nearly a half dozen state houses have stood up to say NO to unconstitutional federal acts in the past week. Plus, we’ll talk about something that a number of you have been asking. How do agencies actually carry out enforcement of federal laws? And more importantly, how can we use this information to stop them? Whether it’s the FDA, the ATF or the DEA – their method is the same, and so is ours.
The use of drones over US skies is being targeted for strict limitation and government-sanctioned kidnapping (indefinite detention) outlined in the NDAA is running up against the non-compliance and nullification of again, dozens of states like Illinois and Massachusetts.
Last week was the biggest week ever for the nullification movement. More Tenther bills had hearings and votes in state houses around the country than any week in modern times. And this week is off to a big start as well. There’s states voting to nullify federal gun laws, indefinite detention, drone spying – and we cover the highlights throughout the show tonight.
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.
Many people have a general idea of how a bill becomes a law in DC, but very few people have been involved in working the process on a state level.
Which state has introduced the “strongest nullification bill in modern times”?
Michael Boldin and Nick Hankoff cover the latest and greatest of Tenther News! The nullification fire is spreading across many states as many issues are fanning the flames: guns, NDAA, and marijuana.
In 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 [...]
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.
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.
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.
In this post-Christmas show Chief Tenther Elf Michael Boldin and “Saint” Nick Hankoff join forces to review the nullification goodies that have been dropped down the chimneys of the various states in the union, as well as the top ten Tenther articles of 2012.
Tenther Radio Episode #78: Nullifying Federal Gun Laws, and the Constitution Solution for the CT Massacre
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.
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?
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.