QUESTION: Is it true that nearly 80% of Nevada is still owned by the Federal Government who then pays no tax to the State of Nevada? This seems very strange if true as a backdrop to this entire Bundy affair.
Many people feel used and cheated by big banks. Since checking accounts are nearly a necessity in modern life, most people do business with the corporations. Vermonters for a New Economy, an advocacy group in the Green Mountain State have another
It’s finally happening. Several weeks ago, Georgia’s House voted for a resolution to bring about a “Convention of the States” to stop Obama and end the growth of federal tyranny.
A California proposition set to go into effect at the beginning of 2015 is at the center of a lawsuit from five states.
Supporters of a plan to divide California into six sates can begin collecting signatures to get the proposal on the ballot.
Pass a stupid law, get a stupid result. This, Clash Daily reports, is a remodeled AR-15, and it is legal in New York despite the state’s “assault weapons” ban:
Apparently GMOs are so awesome and wonderful, the companies that sell them are doing everything they can to keep people from knowing it.
DEA desperate to keep blood money flowing
After a passionate debate, the New Hampshire House of Representatives endorsed a bill Wednesday that would legalize marijuana in the state.
The House voted overwhelmingly — 250-97 — to kill a bill that would have allowed police to use license plate scanners.
Thousands of Nevada immigrants showed up at Department of Motor Vehicle offices Thursday to obtain driver authorization cards under a new law that made the state the 11th nationally to offer driving privileges to people in the country illegally.
If your Congressman or Senator would rather not break "rules" to warn you about unconstitutional "law", then they do not belong in government.
It may have been the least productive year for Congress in history, at least in terms of passing laws – fewer than 60 of which made it through the House and Senate and were signed by President Barack Obama.
Colorado state authorities give controversial gift to residents on New Year’s Day by making Colorado the first state in the US to legalize the sale of recreational marijuana.
State senator says 'the NSA isn't welcome in Arizona unless it follows the Constitution'
The “secession movement” is currently picking up steam in two unlikely states: Colorado and Maryland.
North Carolina has decided to cut welfare benefits as a result of lack of federal funding during the partial government shutdown.
“It is a very significant fact that the adversaries of the trend toward more government control describe their opposition as a fight against Washington and against Berne, i.e., against centralization. It is conceived as a contest of states’ rights v
We don't need a government! We just need all the things the government normally pays for!
The two states have taken slightly different approaches to the rules.
State Will Not Cooperate With Any Federal Attempts to Detain Californians
Jay endorsed the federalist view that the states were subordinate to the federal government: he wrote that “the people are the sovereign of this country” and that Georgia wasn’t a sovereign when it came to lawsuits like this one.
A renewed effort in northern California to form the new state of Jefferson gains ground
STATES’ RIGHTS AND NULLIFICATION By Robert E. Hannay September 20, 2013 This is possibly the most important issue in the history of the United States. The continuing national drift toward centralized cRead Letter
A bill that would allow non-physicians to perform abortions in the first trimester of pregnancy is awaiting signature by Gov. Jerry Brown of California by Sep. 30.
In the waning hours of the 2013 legislative session, the Assembly on Thursday sent Gov. Jerry Brown a bill allowing undocumented immigrants to receive driver’s licenses.
A far Northern California county where residents have complained they lack representation at the state capitol wants to separate from California.
If the founding fathers were reincarnated today, they'd probably start another revolution, this time to break away from an American government that has become far too imperial for its own good.
Attorney General Eric Holder gave a green light on Thursday to two states whose efforts to legalize marijuana had been locked in by legal uncertainty for more than nine months.
Attorney General Eric Holder announced Thursday that the legalization of cannabis in both Washington and Colorado will be uninhibited by federal interference, a massive overturn of decades of U.S. drug war policy.