To stop federal acts, James Madison recommended a “refusal to cooperate with officers of the Union.” Over 170 years of supreme court precedent supports this strategy too.
by Tyler Durden
American democracy has a problem – a voting problem.
According to a new study of U.S. Census data, America has more registered voters than actual live voters. It’s a troubling fact that puts our nation’s fu…
Ann Coulter, American Renaissance, August 16, 2017
A myth so powerful many Republicans believe it.
Apparently, as long as violent leftists label their victims “fascists,” they are free to set fires, smash windows and beat civilians bloody. No police officer will stop them. They have carte blanche to physically assault anyone they disapprove of, including Charles Murray, Heather Mac Donald, Ben Shapiro, me and Milo Yiannopoulos, as well as anyone who wanted to hear us speak.
By Jack Hellner
It’s another day, and we get a new story about how dire the climate threat is and that it is unambiguous that humans are a significant cause.
What is rarely noted in these articles is actual facts that support the theory. I would …
One way to ensure your activism efforts will fail is to try to go it alone. You need to build a strong coalition.
“In what is shaping up to be a contentious battle over privacy rights and free speech, the Department of Justice has formally requested that web hosting firm ‘DreamHost’ turn over 1.3 million IP addresses and other information to ‘unmask‘ visitors to the anti-Trump Antifa website ‘disruptj20.org,’ as part of the investigation into crimes committed on and around January 20 by protesters. DreamHost has challenged the request, claiming the scope of data requested violates the first and fourth amendments because it is too broad.”
“Allowing government agents to simply search a U.S. citizen’s contacts, social media, videos and everything else in search of a crime doesn’t feel American because it isn’t.”
“The ugly irony is that when the Nazis rejected American law, it was often because they found it too harsh.”
Here’s what you might’ve missed from GOA this week…
Even though Congress is out of session, GOA is still busy working to empower you with the tools your need to protect the Second Amendment.
Here’s three things you might’ve missed from GOA this week:
1. Episode Two of “Firing Back” is now live. The premiere episode of “Firing Back” soared to #55 on iTunes News & Politics, and we know the follow-up episode won’t disappoint. In the new episode, “The Root of It All,” GOA’s Erich Pratt and Remso W. Martinez delve into where the right to self-defense comes from and the consequences for ignoring those foundations.
Some people believe that we can’t use sound money because there’s “not enough gold.” But they couldn’t be more wrong.
NASA Watch, a news site focused on the space agency, and Arstechnica, a tech/science news site, are both reporting that Oklahoma Congressman Jim Bridenstine will likely be announced in the coming weeks as the Trump administration’s pick for NASA Administrator.
The Deputy #NASA Admin position was decided a month ago. Administrator was decided upon a week or so later. Formal announcement in Sept
— NASA Watch (@NASAWatch) August 15, 2017
Oh yes Jim Bridenstine = #NASA Administrator and John Schumacher = Deputy Administrator
— NASA Watch (@NASAWatch)
“… equally efficacious, and equally a hoax.” – Benjamin Disraeli, 1848 One of the highlights of the U.S. summer for Fed watchers is the annual ritual in which the Fed’s economic soothsayers peer into their crystal balls, a.k.a. their stress tests, to reassure us that the U.S. banking system…
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