Nullify Common Core

Rejection of common core through state legislation delaying or banning implementation of it restores education to local control – and nullifies the unconstitutional federal “incentives” of race to the top. Constitutionally, education is an issue that is reserved to the states or the people – outside the purview of federal power. Common Core State Standards…

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Hemp Freedom Act

The federal government has no constitutional authority to ban the production of this industrial plant, but has persisted in preventing its domestic production.  Industrial hemp falls under the Controlled Substance Act of 1970. It technically remains “legal” to grow industrial hemp, but farmers must obtain a permit from the DEA, a nearly impossible feat. The result?…

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Drones: Privacy Protection

At this stage in the ‘drone game,’ the feds are working hard behind the scenes to get states to operate the drones for them. In fact, the primary engine behind the expansion of drone surveillance being carried out by states and local communities is the Federal government itself. Department of Homeland Security issues large grants…

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State Marijuana Laws

Constitutionally, the federal government doesn’t have the authority to ban the production and sale of a plant. (learn more here)  States resisting federal “laws” banning marijuana (cannabis is the correct term, rather than the popular one), are affirming the proper view of Article I, Section 8, Clause 3 of the Constitution – the commerce clause.…

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Nullify Obamacare

There are four main steps that should be taken to nullify the Affordable Care Act on a state level. While each one of these steps alone won’t result in a nullification of the act nationally, they’re all an important piece of the puzzle. An act of resistance in one state leads to courage and doing…

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NDAA: Indefinite Detention

The federal government, under the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) and the 2001 Authorization to Use Military Force (AUMF), claims the power to arrest and detain people within the US and deny them access to courts, attorneys and more.  In short, this is little more than government-sanctioned kidnapping.  To learn more about the 2012…

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NSA Spying: 4th Amendment Protection

This resource and action page is not intended to explain WHY the NSA spying program is wrong. It assumes you’re already on board with that fact. This page exists to provide you the tools needed to begin resisting it. Passage of the 4th Amendment Protection Act in your state, county, city and town will create…

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