Nullification

Missouri State Senate Votes to Nullify All Federal Gun Laws

by Steve MacDonald February 20, 2014
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While our NH State Senate is erecting various barriers to speech, while using speech to articulate creative excuses for accepting ObamaCare bribes and future tax hikes, the Missouri State Senate just passed SB613. This act declares as invalid all federal laws that infringe on the right to bear arms under the Second Amendment to the […]

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NH House Passes HB1279 – A Bill Prohibiting Indefinite Detention

by Steve MacDonald February 8, 2014
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See?  Democrats do know what nullification is for.   So, don’t let them tell you that sort of thing is crazy talk. CONCORD, N.H., February 7, 2014 –  Yesterday, the (Democrat Majority) New Hampshire house approved a bill which deems federal indefinite detention powers unconstitutional, and bans “any activity that aids” the federal government in carrying […]

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This Day In History 1798 – Jefferson’s Resolutions

by Mike November 10, 2013

While we Brits celebrate the 5th of November, and burn in effigy the Guy (Guido Fawkes) who plotted to blow up Parliament, our friends at the Tenth Amendment Center urge us the remember an important date in American history:

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Helping The Friends Of Liberty: Tenth Amendment Center

by Mike July 15, 2013

TenthAmendmentCenter.com: The home of some of the best constitutional analysis you’ll find anywhere – blog posts, podcasts, books, scholarly articles, sample legislation, and more. Whenever you read about some sensible state nullifying Federal gun grabs, or some part of the ‘Affordable Care Act’, or unpalatable provisions of the NDAA, or even overbearing Marijuana laws, you […]

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Missouri Nullification Bill Set to Become Law

by Steve MacDonald May 29, 2013

Missouri House Bill 436, the Second Amendment Preservation Act, has arrived at the desk of governor Jay Nixon, who by all accounts,intends to let it become law without any action on his part. When asked about Governor Nixon’s intention, a source inside his office told The New American that in an effort to avoid multiplying the several […]

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Louisiana Follows Kansas On Federal Gun Law Nullification

by Steve MacDonald May 7, 2013

Last month Kansas–those radical flatlanders–passed a bill that nullified a wide range of federal gun laws for weapons manufactured and sold within the state’s borders.  Holder and the gun ninnies were naturally put off by this.  (Feds no like when u nullify their unconstitutional power grabs.) The Missouri House has also passed legislation to send a message to […]

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NH Bill to Nullify Indefinite Detention Passes Committee Vote 16-0

by Steve MacDonald February 28, 2013

The Tenth Amendment Center Blog is reporting that Dan Itse’s HB 399 has come out of committee slightly amended–stricter than when it went in–and is heading to the House floor with a recommendation to pass. Rep. Dan Itse’s original bill provided for class A misdemeanor penalties on any state agent cooperating with indefinite detention. An amendment […]

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ObamaCare: The Gift That No-One’s Taking

by Mike December 25, 2012

ObamaCare is truly the gift that (almost) nobody’s taking: In spite of Re-Re-extensions of the deadline for states to file plans to implement the state insurance exchanges, which must be up and running by October 2013, the majority of states (26+) have now flat-out refused to swallow the bitter pill. Why would this federally sponsored […]

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Notable Quote: Wisconsin State Legislature -1859

by Steve MacDonald September 29, 2012

Resolved, That the government formed by the Constitution of the United States was not the exclusive or final judge of the extent of the powers delegated to itself; but that, as in all other cases of compact among parties having no common judge, each party has an equal right to judge for itself, as well […]

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Nullification…Liberal Style (part deux)

by Tom July 30, 2012

Thanks to the NHTPC, I found a video in which Carol Che-Porter, then candidate for Congress (beating Jeb Bradley shortly after), spoke at a NH Tea Party rally! Yes, it’s true!  Gadsden flags were flying, tri-corner hats were worn, and such liberty-loving creatures as Rep. Neal Kurk, Elbert Bicknell (GONH), Katherine Albrecht, and former State […]

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Nullification….Liberal Style

by Tom July 29, 2012

Back in 2007, when the New Hampshire legislature was dominated by Democrats, Liberals, Progressives, and all other sorts of flotsam and jetsam, something interesting happened: They nullified a federal law…..Gasp! Yes, sir, they certainly did.  New Hampshire’s HB 685 nullified the REAL ID Act, passed in 2005 and signed into law by George W Bush, […]

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Dr Walter E Williams Celebrates 20 Years with the Rush Limbaugh Program, Talks Nullification

by Mike July 16, 2012

Thanks to the Daily Caller for the Audio – Limbaugh archives are restricted to members. On July 5th, Dr Williams was on a tear about nullification of unconstitutional laws in general, but specifically with regard to ObamaCare – take a listen and read his column on the topic:

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The Annual CNHT Family Picnic is This Saturday Noon to 2pm [Updated and Bumped]

by Steve MacDonald July 6, 2012

[Update: Event is from Noon to 2pm; Featured Speaker Jason Rink, Director of “Nullification, The Rightful Remedy”.] The Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers Annual Picnic is this Saturday from Noon to 2pm.  You can still buy tickets on line, or pay a little extra at the door.  The featured speaker Will Be Jason Rink of […]

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A Patriotic “New Years” Resolution – Resolve To Be Free From Tyranny

by Steve MacDonald July 4, 2012

I wanted to wish everyone a Happy Independence day, which I did not in my previous post with the Declaration of Independence.  I also wanted to mention the strange feeling that I awoke with today. I think I know what the second or third generations of conquered nations felt like; remembering the “old ways” out […]

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Nullification – Sort Of…

by Steve MacDonald June 30, 2012

Section 400-A:14-a  400-A:14-a Health Insurance Coverage. – No resident of this state, regardless of whether he or she has or is eligible for health insurance coverage under any policy or program provided by or through his or her employer, or a plan sponsored by the state or the federal government, shall be required to obtain or […]

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Nullify Now! Philadelphia – Closing Keynote by Thomas Woods

by Mike April 8, 2012

The Grok was present for the Nullify Now! Philadelphia event last weekend and got some video of key speeches. This is the official video of Toms Woods’ closing keynote, and it’s a barn-stormer as usual – look for more videos of Michael Boldin, Sheriff Richard Mack, The Forgotten Men, and Jerome Corsi coming up soon. […]

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Nullify Now Goes to Philadelphia, March 31st

by Mike March 21, 2012

I case you missed the NH Nullify Now! event at SNHU last March, here is a chance to visit the Liberty Bell and take in an incredible roster of speakers, all in one day in downtown Philly. I’ll be there, and will send back highlights, but it will be well worth the trip if you […]

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Online Classes: Tenth Amendment 101 & Nullification 101 plus Q&A

by Mike March 9, 2012

Single Session Course on Friday, Saturday and Sunday!  (This weekend and next.) Do you want to understand the constitution – AND – what to do about it when it’s violated? THEN YOU’VE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE! The Tenther 101 Course is really 3 courses in one!  It’s a 3 hour live online course that […]

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Tenth Amendment Center Goes to Liberty Forum

by Mike March 5, 2012

Last weekend, the Tenth Amendment Center’s Michael Boldin spoke at the Free State Project’s Liberty Forum in Nashua, where he expounded on the theme that if a sufficient number of states, and a large enough number of citizens and businesses ignore an unconstitutional law, it becomes effectively moot. He drew particular attention to California and […]

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From Tenth Amendment Center – Nullification Movie Moving Along Nicely

by Mike December 12, 2011

For over a year the Nullify Now! tour has educated people in cities around the country.  Now, that effort is being captured in a new feature-length documentary.  In the final stages….http://nullificationmovie.com/ Watch. Help. Spread the Word.   Pyow! Help HERE We’re excited to announce that the Nullification Movie is in it’s final stages!  Tom Woods, […]

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NH Democrats New Talking Point: Subservience To The Crown

by Steve MacDonald March 31, 2011

New Hampshire democrats are exposing their own hypocrisy again. Doesn’t take much, but this time it is over HCR 19 which reaffirms our states sovereign duty to nullify actions by the general government in defense of its residents.

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Nullify Now! – The Panel Discussion

by Skip March 23, 2011

     At the end of the day, there was supposed to be a panel discussion with members of the local groups, and I was supposed to moderate it.  Well, it didn’t quite work out as planned – it turned out to be more of a Q&A from those still in attendance throwing questions up […]

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Nullify Now! – Dan Kanna, NH Outreach Director – Tenth Amendment Center

by Skip March 23, 2011

     Dan is a big burly guy with a ready smile and a genteel personality – but not someone you’d want to tangle with when he shifts out of "gentle bear" to "full on Patriot" mode; Statists and Progressives, consider yourselves warned!  He also spoke this Saturday at the Nullify Now! event at Southern […]

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Nullify Now! – Dr. Robert Owens

by Skip March 22, 2011

     The down home presentation style of Dr. Robert Owens was a great way to almost end the day.  A Constitutional scholar, he helped to seal the deal in educating the attendees on what they can do to stand up for individual liberties via nullification – and keeping pressure on our legislators:

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Nullify Now! – Jeff Chidester

by Skip March 22, 2011

     Jeff Chidester is one of NH’s leading activists – as much a "ReFounding Father" as what Dan Itse is. A radio host (New Hampshire Perspective on 96.7 The Wave, WGIN AM 930, and WGIR AM 610 , much sought after as an MC for political events, he is also an activist for individual […]

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Nullify Now! – Catherine Bleish

by Skip March 22, 2011

     Catherine Bleish is the founder of the Liberty Restoration Project and been called, by the Southern Poverty Law Center (that most silliest of wayward institutions) of being one of the most dangerous people in the county (gee, she supports states rights – go figure). Intense? Yup! Note: we did not catch all of […]

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Nullify Now! – Dr. Tom Woods, “Nullification: How to Resist Tyranny in the 21st Century”

by Skip March 22, 2011

     No.Doubt.About.It. Dr. Tom Woods, New York Times best selling author, was the rock star of the day.  That is not to lessen any of the other speakers, but it was clear that Dr. Woods was "the name" that many came to see and to listen; he did not disappoint.  Facts, humor, stories – […]

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Nullify Now! – John Bush, Ed. Dir. of the Foundation for a Free Society

by Skip March 22, 2011

     Last night I started putting up the videos from Saturday’s Nullify Now! / NH event: Michael Boldin, Mike Rogers, Bryce Shonka, Mark Edge, Bernie Quigley, and Jim Babka.  Time to start anew: first up is John Bush, the Education Director for the Foundation for a Free Society.  

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Nullify Now! – Dan Itse, NH House Representative, Engineer, and Constitutional Historian

by Skip March 22, 2011

     LDan is all that – and more!  He is easily the best known active NH politician on the subjects of the NH and US Constitution and brings an engineer’s attention to detail to minutea of the history of how those documents were created to each and every talk he gives.  A ready smile, […]

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Nullify Now! – Jim Babka of DownsizeDC.org

by Skip March 21, 2011

     We’re just getting into the middle of the order!  Taking the stage after Michael Boldin was Jim Babka, President of DownsizeDC.org.  A bundle of energy, he paced up and down the stage (driving both TMEW and I crazy in trying to keep in in focus!).  His goal?  Get them to read the bills.  […]

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