The establishment doesn’t want us to nullify. But we’re doing it anyway. Can you pitch in today to help us spread the word about nullification?Details
In response to federal overreach, most people tend to focus on three types of actions to stop them: elections, conventions, and lawsuits. While they all have their place in an overall strategy to defend the Constitution, none of them should be the first step forward. That is, if you follow the advice of the “Father…Details
If there’s to be any hope for tomorrow, it has to start at the local level, where Americans still have a chance to make their voices heard.Details
Rather than relying on a corrupt federal congress to stop the federal act, the StopObama.care plan seeks to ban the state from enforcing or assisting in the enforcement of significant portions of the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010. Doing so will cripple the federal act, and lead to further state actions to bring Obamacare to its end.Details
If you think the concept of a state law enforcement officer arresting a federal police officer for violating state law is outlandish, you should probably know that it already goes on.Details
With the elections over, there’s bad news and good news. While a changing of the guard is not going to stop the never-ending onslaught of government growth, there is hope for the Constitution and your liberty. That hope comes from the advice of Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. The rest is up to you. WATCH…Details
Want to stop federal gun control but don’t know where to start? Interested in solutions from the founding fathers? Looking for model legislation to get things done? The new ShallNot handbook for legislators and grassroots activists is the tool you need to protect the 2nd Amendment from federal abuse.Details
In what should be seen as a blueprint for effective resistance to federal power, the Nashville Police refused to help the Secret Service after a “frantic call for backup” to enter and search a resident’s home without a search warrant.Details
When it comes to political activism in America, it almost all focuses within the 202 area code. But over the last few years, it’s become clear we cannot count on Washington D.C. to rein in its own surveillance programs.
We need a different approach that engages activists and concerned Americans outside of the Beltway.