A spokesperson with the U.S. National Interagency Incident Center, Jennifer Jones, confirmed that federal group of several different agencies would be assuming command in Bastrop County around 1 p.m. Tuesday, but had not done so when...
The Obama administration has told governors the fingerprint-sharing program that targets criminals in the country illegally does not need their approval to operate in their states.
US immigration officials, who insisted states sign up to participate in a controversial program to identify and deport immigrants who commit crimes, abruptly changed their approach and terminated agreements with 40 states.
A constitutional error recently discovered shows that North Dakota has never technically fit the requirements for statehood.
"All it would take is one state to pass a tough eligibility law... Failure to do so will simply convince millions of Americans that our state legislators lack the resolve to defend the Constitution."
Yesterday the U.S. Supreme Court issued one of the best and most important decisions ever on federalism. The Court unanimously held that not just states but individuals have standing to challenge federal laws as violations of state sovereignty under
Round two of the battle for travel freedom is well underway. The first round, which garnered national attention in the fall of 2010, focused primarily on the TSA implementing new procedures…pat downs, body scanners….and the public outcry against i
The new state militia does not have a command structure defined, and the governor could put anyone in charge of the group.
The Supreme Court's arbitration decision forces consumers to agree to a unaccountable private court system - binding arbitration - to contract for many of the basic services we have today. Both Tea Party activists and liberals ought to band togethe
Two-thousand miles away from Washington, Utah sent a strong message yesterday that the nation’s monetary system is dysfunctional. A bill authorizing gold and silver as legal tender passed the statehouse and with the governor’s signature will become l
Late last week, the Arizona Senate passed Senate Bill 1178 (SB1178), the Intrastate Commerce Act. The bill provides that all services performed in the state, and all goods grown or made here for consumption within Arizona “are not subject to the auth
By Kimerly Morin: The union protests continued in Wisconsin over the past couple of days but there have been a few new faces joining in the fray. Friday the uber criminal and ever corrupt Obama cohort and head of the AFL-CIO Trumka was there for ‘so
Gerald Celente has an excellent piece on the Superbowl entitled Are Americans Sure Their Flag Is Still There? Good stuff. But I'm wondering, not just if there's a flag still there, but which one? And who notices? Besides the banality of this
Valley Advocate Vermont: Corporations Aren't People Vermont lawmakers push back on High Court's Citizens United ruling Thursday, February 10, 2011 By Tom Sturm The wording of a new resolution brought to the Vermont State Legislature by st
Phoenix Arizona Richard Mack comes to Nullify Now conference and talks about how he defeated the unconstitutional Brady Bill that forced him to sue the Federal Government. The language of the Brady Bill asked him to chose between his oath of office
A rebellion against the federal government started amongst some of the states back in 2010. The movement started with the attorney generals of a dozen or so states filing lawsuits against the executive branch of the federal government in an effort to
WASHINGTON – Virginia state Delegate Robert G. Marshall has introduced legislation to study whether the Commonwealth should make the preparations now to switch suddenly to an alternative currency in the event of an implosion of the Federal Reserve Sy
Produced by The Tenth Amendment Center and The Foundation For a Free Society, the Nullify Now Tour centered on nullification of unconstitutional Federal edicts at the state level.
Today, the Virginia House of Delegates overwhelmingly passed House Bill 1438 (HB1438), the Intrastate Commerce Act. The bill, “Provides that all goods produced or manufactured within the Commonwealth, when such goods are held, retained, or maintained
Wyoming judges wouldn't be allowed to consider Islamic law or international law when making rulings, under a proposed state constitutional amendment introduced in the Wyoming legislature this week.
Here is the problem: Our federal government has become corrupt, criminal, usurping unconstitutional... gone bye-bye they are a very real enemy to us all and America herself now. Unless you are complete "Matrix fodder" rendered into a clueless mind
...a requirement that federal agents work through and get permission from sheriffs before taking any action to arrest anyone, seize any object or search anywhere. (Publisher: Pay Attention Arizona 'Lawmakers'!)
Ownership Under Feudalism In this lecture, we will consider the history of land ownership under feudal law in the last millennium: [This speaker is highly recommended ED] 1. THE BATTLE OF HASTINGS 2. FOREST LAWS 3. Miracle of the Black Death 4.
The same people driving the lawsuits that seek to dismantle the Obama administration’s health care overhaul have set their sights on an even bigger target: a constitutional amendment that would allow a vote of the states to overturn any act of Congre
I was interviewed by Brent Johnson on the “Global Freedom Report." Topics included libertarianism, rejecting political parties, principles, tyranny of U.S. govt., protection from govt. persecuting individuals, TSA. I invite you to listen.
You must make it known to your state and local governments that this is what you demand. You must get them to back you, not the big financial institutions. This will likely mean, at some point, civil disobedience - that is, refusing to leave...
Texas sued the Environmental Protection Agency in a federal court claiming new regulations imposed by the EPA are based on the 'thoroughly discredited' findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and are 'factually flawed,'
In the new suit, the Justice Department says Phoenix-area Maricopa Community Colleges discriminated against almost 250 noncitizen job applicants by requiring them to fill out more documents than the law requires to prove their eligibility to work.
Does anyone read the US Constitution these days? American lawyers don’t read it. Federal Judge Susan Bolton apparently has never read it. Same goes for our illustrious Attorney General Eric Holder. But this lawyer has read it and she is going to show
In the face of the growing behemoth known as the American federal government, states and individual citizens are rediscovering the Tenth Amendment as a defense against tyrannical and unconstitutional measures taken by the fed. Recalling the power ass