In a letter to Kansas Governor Sam Brownback, Attorney General Eric Holder declares that federal agents will ignore state law and enforce federal gun control statutes.
After Obama-backed legislation imposing more infringements on the right to keep and bear arms suffered a crushing defeat in the U.S. Senate despite shrill media hysteria and the trumpeting of bogus polls, the president and anti-Second Amendment lawmakers are quietly working to revive the controversial push for gun control. So far, gun rights defenders in Congress are still standing firm thanks to strong pressure from constituents. If Obama and his anti-gun rights coalition get their way, however, more restrictions on Americans’ right to keep and bear arms are still in the cards.
The South Carolina House of Representatives passed a nullification bill to prevent the enforcement of the many mandates of the Obamacare legislation. By Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
The South Carolina state House of Representatives is poised to pass a bill rejecting the establishment of ObamaCare health insurance exchanges and penalizing state employees who participate in the federal healthcare act.
Even as Americans suffer the effects of the budget sequester, the federal government is spending $152,000 on a study of voice therapy for transgender individuals.
In a joint statement issued as a press release on April 19, Senators Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and John McCain (R-Ariz.) stated that “The least of our worries is a criminal trial” and that "Under the Law of War we can hold this suspect [Dzhokhar Tsarnaev] as a potential enemy combatant not entitled to Miranda warnings or the appointment of counsel.”
The Missouri state House of Representatives passed the Second Amendment Preservation Act, a bill nullifying any attempts by the federal government to infringe on citizens' right to keep and bear arms.
Both houses of the Florida state legislature have passed a bill protecting citizens’ rights guaranteed by the Fourth Amendment from being abrogated by drones.
The Michigan House of Representatives unanimously passed a bill nullifying the enforcement of indefinite detention within their state boundaries.
At a speech at the National Press Club the director of the White House Office of National Drug Policy declared that states could not nullify federal drug laws.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback signed a very watered-down state act aimed at protecting the right of citizens to keep and bear arms.