We don’t need to rely on the federal government to limit its own power.

This is today’s Tenther newsletter, which everyone in the nullification movement gets daily or weekly. Be one of them – and Become a member here to support the TAC.

As I wrote last Thursday, the establishment wants us to believe that we can only limit federal power by going to the federal government to do it.

This is not just a bad idea, it’s totally opposite what the Founders taught us.  Two years ago, we started a big project – a series of short videos to teach people about the history and practical uses of nullification. We just posted our 50th video and we’re projecting well-over 1 million views on our various channels online.

Here’s the final installment from Nullify Season 2. Chapter 23: A Revolution in Thought:

From the summary: Today’s nullification movement is revolutionary because it offers the hope of smashing the established political order. It gives us an alternative to “voting the bums out” which only results  in new “bums” who violate the Constitution in more costly and dangerous ways each year.  And it reminds us that we don’t need to rely on the federal government to limit its own power.

I absolutely cannot say it enough: THANK YOU.  To all the people who have participated in our 2 full seasons of Nullify.  That includes everyone who helped us fund the video production, everyone who watched and shared, the video crews, writers, editors – plus friends and family who have been so supportive.  Thank you – every one of you!


(1) In the last few days, a number of important bills have been filed or moved forward. Yesterday, Montana sent the governor a bill to help stop a national license plate tracking program (via ALPRs). The Florida House passed a bill to help expand health freedom outside of government regulation. The West Virginia House unanimously passed a bill for commercial hemp farming. A Constitutional Carry bill was filed in North Carolina.

(2) We’re only able to do this kind of work with the financial backing of people like you. Our monthly memberships start at just 2 bucks a month – and when a lot of people pitch in small amounts, it makes a BIG difference.

If you’d like to pitch in to help us out, I’d be extremely grateful for the support.  Here are your options:

If you prefer to make a one-time donation, you can do so at this link. If you’d rather mail a check, our address is:

Tenth Amendment Center
PO Box 13458
Los Angeles, CA 90013

Thank you for reading – and for your support.

Concordia res parvae crescunt
(small things grow great by concord)

Michael Boldin
Executive Director, TAC

Source: Tenth Amendment Center



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