Tenther Radio Episode #86: Learning the Process and Effectively Nullifying


Many people have a general idea of how a bill becomes a law in DC, but very few people have been involved in working the process on a state level. As more and more people are realizing that DC is a lost cause, we felt it was important to help give an overview of how the whole process works. With bills being introduced in states around the country to nullify unconstitutional federal laws on firearms, indefinite detention, marijuana prohibition, Obamacare, and more, we do our best to share with you an overview of how it all plays out so you can be effective in your state.

3 states voting on NDAA nullification this week and there’s great news to share! We cover the first votes starting to come in, plus there’s local resistance building too. We also cover 2nd Amendment preservation legislation moving forward in Kansas and being passed by another local government in North Carolina.

We have a government that claims the power to tell you what size toilet you can have, and what kind of light bulb you can buy. It claims the power to throw you in jail for growing a plant in your backyard and it will tax you for – doing nothing. On top of it all, they claim the power to arrest and detain you – forever – without due process. That’s kidnapping.

But it’s going to get worse. And closing the show, Michael Boldin shares with you the solution that’s already happening…

TRX: Tenther Radio is broadcast every Wednesday evening at 9pm Eastern and 6pm Pacific. Host Michael Boldin, along with rotating guest hosts Lesley Swann, Nick Hankoff, John Lambert and others talk with top experts, newsmakers, and tenther activists every week. Stream the broadcast LIVE at 
radio.tenthamendmentcenter.com

Jason Rink is the Editor-in-Chief of The Liberty Voice. Executive Director of the Foundation for a Free Society. He is the producer and director of Nullification: The Rightful Remedy, and the author of “Ron Paul: Father of the Tea Party” the biography of Congressman Ron Paul. See more of his work at his writing at JasonRink.com and his film production work at FoundationMedia.org.

1 Comment

  1. Bob Marshall

    February 16, 2013 at 11:34 am

    I would like to see term limits placed on supreme court judges. States stand up and tell the federal government if you try to enforce and unconstitutional law in my state you will be fined and if necessary arrested. you will have over stepped your authority. Congress to take a look at the power of the president to override the constitution with executive orders.More than anything, for congress to do the job the people are paying them to do.

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