Several recent stories published around the country claim that the effort by states to nullify unconstitutional acts of the federal government is itself unconstitutional.
The Arizona state House of Representatives passed and a state Senate committee has approved a bill that would nullify federal attempts to enforce the NDAA's indefinite detention provisions.
Failure of the official shooting “Incident Report” to mention Mark McConnell adds to suspicions stemming from his instant release and his video claiming that LaVoy Finicum was “charging” police when he was shot to death.
An American citizen reportedly surrendered to Kurdish troops in northern Iraq. He is suspected of having fought with ISIS.
Moveon.org has warned that last Friday’s disrupted Donald Trump rally is only the beginning of its campaign against First Amendment rights disguised as an anti-Trump movement. The Washington Times reports that the left-wing organization, which has endorsed Bernie Sanders for president, is raising funds in order to continue to disrupt Trump’s campaign rallies.
Video footage from passenger Shawna Cox’s cell phone supports claims, say the Finicum family and supporters, that police and FBI planned to kill LaVoy Finicum from the start and opened fire on him when he posed no threat.
A bill blocking enforcement in Arizona of any unconstitutional act of the federal government has been passed by a key committee of the state House of Representatives.
The New Hampshire House of Representatives voted to consider a bill that would make jury nullification a part of the state's criminal code.
Earlier this week, the West Virginia legislature overturned a veto by Democratic Governor Earl Ray Tomblin on permitless gun carry in the state. The bipartisan override of the veto means that starting on June 5, anyone 21 and over will be allowed to carry a concealed firearm without a permit, the Washington Free Beacon reports.