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New model legislation from Tenth Amendment Center breaks today as part of the uproar over the National Defense Authorization Act. It’s called the Liberty Preservation Act and it actually comes in 3 bills. One part is a non-binding resolution, the second part a non-compliance act, and finally the state nullification. “With this you can act to resist them right now instead of asking those in Congress to repeal what they already passed,” says Michael Boldin.
This week’s co-host Jason Rink observed that the Supreme Court of the United States didn’t rule any law unconstitutional from 1935 to 1997. (or was it 1937-1995?)
Already in Virginia, Delegate Bob Marshall has introduced HB-1660 to nullify the federal authorization of kidnapping indefinitely. BORDC.org previous put resolutions together to oppose the PATRIOT ACT and we hope they’ll get on board with the NDAA.
Doug Tjaden of Sound Money Center reports that Washington, South Carolina and Missouri are all looking at gold, silver and other commodities as legal tender. And Utah, which passed HB-317 last year is now considering amendments to broaden the scope of the bill by adding specie and defining new depository regulations.
“A very dangerous man,” “an intellectual giant and leader of the nullification movement” Tom Woods joins the show to talk about his celebrated speech in Iowa. Tom quipped “We are the 3%” when referring to the section of Tenther Radio’s audience that recognized his intro music, Perpetual Change by Yes.
He wasn’t quipping in Iowa, however, where all legislators received informational packets on nullification. The subject of Nullify Now! Philadelphia came up and the New York Times best-selling author confirmed his RSVP to be there as keynote speaker for the event.
Outside of politics, economics and historical research Tom still finds ways to disobey conventional wisdom. “If you want to be obese and unhealthy then follow the government food pyramid,” he recommends. You can learn all about the centralized state’s harms and their rightful remedy, nullification, by subscribing to YouTube channel TomWoodsTV.
“Whatever the New York Times tells me NOT to do…I wanna do it!”
“If the New York Times hates Nullification – it MUST be good!”
Read More and listen to the show here:http://radio.tenthamendmentcenter.com/2012/01/tenther-radio-episode-32-liberty-preservation-act-tom-woods-cpac-and-more/
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The first story is of an incident that took place in 1996, in a small Brazilian town of Varginha – An UFO crash. The second story is about a man who doesn’t exist, and a place which also doesn’t exist. It’s a story of conspiracy, government cover-ups, fear and secrecy hidden in a heart of the American desert.
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Key websites are being hijacked, on a day that thousands of internet freedom supporters marched outside in a major two-pronged protest. It’s because the country’s just signed up to a global web piracy pact, covering everything from movies and music to fashion and pharmaceuticals. But its net stretches wide. One of the key problems seen with ACTA is that it’s completely bypassed people and their governments as Polish liberty activist Katarzyna Szymielewicz has been explaining to RT.
long-awaited government study on a mysterious skin condition known as Morgellons diseaseconcludes that it isn’t infectious or caused by something in the environment. It also is very rare, affecting fewer than 4 in 100,000 people surveyed.
(The study appears in PLoS ONE.)
However, it isn’t possible to say from the data whether the mysterious skin condition — “unexplained dermopathy,” as the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention calls it — is a new ailment or part of an existing condition like delusional infestation, according to the researchers from the CDC, Kaiser Permanente Northern California and several academic institutions.
“We believe that these people have something and their quality of life [has] in some instances been very seriously impacted,” says Mark Eberhard, the CDC’s director of the division of parasitic diseases and malaria and a study author. “We’re not saying this is made up. There could be a constellation of factors.”
Much of the fascination with the condition has stemmed from reports that these individuals have fibers or material coming out from their skin. They also have skin lesions and often describe itching or stinging sensations.
In the new 115-patient study — believed to be the largest to date and eagerly anticipated by the Morgellons community — analyses showed that the fibers came from clothing or the environment, not any biologic material. There is “no evidence” that the fibers cause skin lesions or sensations, according to Eberhard.
Australian PM Julia Gillard and leader of the opposition Tony Abbott had to be rescued by riot police after angry protesters surrounded them.
About 50 police escorted the pair from Canberra’s Lobby restaurant after it was surrounded by some 200 supporters of the city’s Aboriginal Tent Embassy.
Mr Abbott had reportedly angered them by suggesting it was time for the camp – marking its 40th year – to come down.
The pair had been at a ceremony for the inaugural National Emergency Medals.
The honours – presented as the country marked Australia Day – were introduced to recognise those who served their communities during events such as the 2009 bushfires in Victoria and the floods in Queensland in 2010 and 2011.
But riot police were called to the restaurant at about 14:30 local time as protesters gathered outside, with people banging on the glass yelling “shame” and “racist”.
Ms Gillard and Mr Abbott were reportedly forced to wait 20 minutes before police escorted them through a side door.
According to the BBC’s Duncan Kennedy, chaos ensued as a bodyguard grabbed Ms Gillard by the shoulders and shoved her into a waiting car.
The prime minister appeared to have stumbled in the process and was missing a shoe. Protesters continued to bang on the car’s roof and the bonnet as it sped off.
Supporters had gathered for a three-day Corroborree for Sovereignty to mark the 40th anniversary of the tent embassy.
Local media reports suggested some had been angered by Mr Abbott’s suggestion in a TV interview that it was “time to move on” from the camp in light of current plans to recognise indigenous people in the country’s constitution.