Texas MUST Nullify Sections 1021 and 1022 on the National Defense Authorization Act (2012)! Here’s Why.
On February 19, 1942, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 authorizing the indefinite detention of nearly 150,000 United States citizens. Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066 opened the door for the indefinite detention of 120,000 Japanese-American citizens living along the west coast of the United States, loss of their property and transportation to internment camps [...]
Attention Liberty Loving Texans! YOUR Voice Needed to Push the Texas Liberty Preservation Act to the House Floor for Debate!
Texas House Bill (HB) 149, the Texas Liberty Preservation Act, was voted out of the Federalism and Fiscal Responsibility Committee on April 24, 2013, and was forwarded on to the Calendars Committee. As such, it is now at the mercy of a Committee whose responsibility it is to bring HB 149 to the House floor for [...]
ACTION ALERT!! Second Amendment Legislation Available for Public Testimony on Wednesday, 13 Mar 2013, 2 pm, the Capitol, Austin Texas!
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING COMMITTEE: Federalism & Fiscal Responsibility, Select TIME & DATE: 2:00 PM or upon final adjourn./recess Wednesday, March 13, 2013 PLACE: E2.036 CHAIR: Rep. Brandon Creighton Source: Texas Legislature Online. http://www.legis.state.tx.us/ Note 1: Public testimony will be limited to 3 MINUTES per witness. Note 2: To find information [...]
“VICTORY OR DEATH”—Feb. 24th marks the 177th Anniversary of Lt. Col. Travis’ Letter of Dedication, Courage and Defiance at the Alamo
Source: http://www.travisletter.com/ Note: the original “Victory or Death” letter is now on display and available for viewing along with other artifacts at the Alamo, San Antonio, Texas, through 6 Mar 2013 (the anniversary of the fall of the mission). On 24 Feb 1836, Lieutenant Colonel William Barret Travis, commandant of the Alamo and commander [...]
ACTION ALERT #2: YOUR VOICE OF SUPPORT NEEDED TO SAY “NO!!” TO FEDERAL GUN LEGISLATION IN THE STATE OF TEXAS
Texas House Bill (HB) 553, The Second Amendment Preservation Act (Otto; HD-18), was placed into the Federalism and Fiscal Responsibility Committee on 13 Feb 2013. Tenth Amendment Center-Texas requests your immediate help by contacting Federalism and Fiscal Responsibility committee members to express your support for HB 553. Committee members include: Chair—Rep. Brandon Creighton (R) [...]
The Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 and 1799 – that State’s official response and opposition to the federal government’s Alien & Sedition Acts, which criminalized speech critical of the federal government in a clear violation of the First Amendment — were authored by Thomas Jefferson, and provide in part: Resolved, That the several states composing [...]
ACTION ALERT #1: YOUR VOTE OF SUPPORT NEEDED TO NULLIFY NDAA (2012) and INDEFINITE DETENTION OF TEXAS CITIZENS!
Texas House Bill (HB) 149, The Texas Liberty Preservation Act (Larson; HD-122), was placed into the Federalism and Fiscal Responsibility Committee on 6 Feb 2013. (The objective of HB 149 is to challenge the constitutionality of the NDAA of 2012 by nullifying Sections 1021 and 1022 of that Act.) Tenth Amendment Center-Texas requests your immediate [...]
Arizona House Representative Carl Seel has introduced 3 bills (HB 2433, HB 2431 and HB 2432) which, when taken together, would: (1) make every able-bodied citizen (who is capable of bearing arms) of the sovereign state of Arizona a member of the Arizona Militia; (2) provide protections for possession of their tactical firearms, and; (3) provide [...]
Note: While Tenth Amendment Center-Texas supports nullification of unconstitutional legislation imposed upon the sovereign state of Texas by the federal government, it is our intent here to present an alternative point of view, specifically Texas independence as championed by the Texas Nationalist Movement. Copyright © 2013 Texas Nationalist Movement, All rights reserved. There are [...]
Texas Senator Donna Campbell Files Companion Bill To House Joint Resolution 48 Nullifying ObamaCare’s Individual Mandate
On 24 Jan 2013, Texas Senator Donna Campbell (R, SD 25) filed a companion bill to Representative James White’s (R, HD 12) HJR 48. If passed, these joint resolutions would nullify the individual mandate element of the Affordable Care Act (aka ObamaCare) via amendment to the Texas constitution. 83R1778 PMO-F By: Campbell S.J.R. No. 5 A [...]
Texas Fights Back: Rep. John Otto (R-Dayton) Files Texas House Bill 553, “The Second Amendment Preservation Act”
Texas House Bill 533 authored by Rep. John Otto (R-Dayton). Co-authored by Rep. Jim Pitts (R-Waxahachie), Rep. Drew Darby (R-San Angelo), Rep. Jimmy Don Aycock (R-Killeen), Rep. Jim Keffer (R-Eastland), Rep. Dennis Bonnen (R-Angleton), Rep. Cindy Burkett (R-Mesquite), Rep. Sarah Davis (West University Place), Rep. Patricia Harless (R-Spring), Rep. Linda Harper-Brown (R-Irving), Rep. Byran Hughes [...]
History repeats itself. Sen. Dan Patrick has filed a companion bill (SB-20) to Rep. David Simpson’s bill (HB-80), the Travel Freedom Act–Texas. By: Patrick S.B.ANo.A20 A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT relating to prosecution and punishment for the offense of official oppression by the intrusive touching of persons seeking access to public buildings and [...]
Dear fellow Texan, We are the Texas chapter of the national Tenth Amendment Center; a non-partisan organization seeking to restore the responsibility of the 50 States and their citizens to deal with issues whose jurisdiction is reserved exclusively to the several states and to the people therein by the Tenth Amendment to the United States constitution. [...]
2013 STATE OF WYOMING 13LSO-0426 HOUSE BILL NO. HB-0104 Firearm Protection Act. Sponsored by: Representative(s) Kroeker, Baker, Burkhart, Jaggi, Miller, Piiparinen, Reeder and Winters and Senator(s) Dockstader and Hicks A BILL for AN ACT relating to firearms; providing that any federal law which attempts to ban a semi-automatic firearm or to limit the [...]
by Tenth Amendment Center This bill is a state-level response to constitutional violations of the Second Amendment by the federal government. Texans, we encourage you to send this to your state senators and representatives – and ask them to introduce this legislation into the 83rd Legislative Session set to begin on 8 Jan 2013. ******* [...]
Crafted by Texas Nationalist Movement Whereas, The Republic of Texas originally won its independence from Mexico in 1836; Whereas, prior to acceptance of the joint resolution of the Congress of the United States, Texas existed as an independent republic for a period of nine years until 1845; Whereas, upon accepting admission as one of [...]
by Texas Senator Jeff Wentworth (SD-25) It’s never been easier to keep an eye on the Texas Legislature, especially if you watch Senate or House sessions live on your computer. The 83rd Legislature will convene in Austin on Tuesday, January 8. With Texas Legislature Online (TLO) at www.legis.state.tx.us/ as your portal, you may have [...]
by George Rodriguez, president of the South Texas Political Alliance Since the November elections, my opinion has been asked several times as to what Republicans and conservatives need to do to win local elections. I always reply that both need an “effective ground game”. Unfortunately, I am often met with blank stares. And so…let me [...]
by Dexter Wright As the clock ticks away on the national debt limit, some folks on the left are suggesting that we take advice from Buzz Lightyear and raise the debt limit “to infinity and beyond.” They may have a point. If every time the government reaches the maximum on its national credit card and [...]
The following questions were provided by Steve Baysinger, Chair, Tenth Amendment Center-Texas, to Daniel Miller, president of the Texas Nationalist Movement. Here are his responses. 1. What is the mission of the Texas Nationalist Movement? “The Texas Nationalist Movement (TNM) exists to secure and protect the political, cultural and economic independence of the nation of [...]
A version of this article appeared November 24, 2012, on page A12 in the U.S. edition of The Wall Street Journal, with the headline: Here Comes the Regulatory Flood. Costly rules held up for the election are about to roll over the economy. President Obama’s hyperactive regulators went on hiatus in 2011 to get [...]
by Jeff Wentworth State Senator, District 25 The state budget news you are reading about now is just the first act in the lengthy budget-writing process. The process is five months long, and both the Senate Finance Committee and the House Appropriations Committee will be working on the 2014-2015 budget most of [...]
AUSTIN, Texas (Nov. 12, 2012) – On Monday, Texas Rep. David Simpson (R-Longview) pre-filed a bill to stop aggressive TSA groping in the Lone Star State. The Texas Travel Freedom Act, House Bill 80, would make it a criminal act to intentionally touch “the anus, breast, buttocks, or sexual organ of the other person, including [...]