Nullification News: Second Amendment, Raw Milk, Forfeiture, Facial Recognition and More

Nullification News: Second Amendment, Raw Milk, Forfeiture, Facial Recognition and More By Michael Boldin It’s nullification season! Michael Boldin reports on the latest efforts to reject, resist, undermine and nullify unconstitutional acts. Hear about legislation on the right to keep and bear arms, raw milk, asset forfeiture and facial recognition surveillance. Path to Liberty, Fast Friday Edition: January 17, 2020 SHOW LINKS: JOIN TAC Show Archives Subscribe and Review on iTunes 2nd AmendmentMissouri HB1637, WV HB4168, OK HB2781, SC H4704 Raw MilkMO HB1335, WV HB2643, NY A5867, NJ A585, Hawaii…

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Nullify Government Tyranny: In 2020, Harness the Power of Your Discontent

Nullify Government Tyranny: In 2020, Harness the Power of Your Discontent By John W. Whitehead “The people have the power, all we have to do is awaken that power in the people. The people are unaware. They’re not educated to realize that they have power. The system is so geared that everyone believes the government will fix everything. We are the government.”—John Lennon Twenty years into the 21st century, and what do we have to show for it? Government corruption, tyranny and abuse have propelled us at warp speed towards…

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CBD Has Gone Mainstream Despite Federal Prohibition

CBD Has Gone Mainstream Despite Federal Prohibition By Michael Maharrey CBD has gone mainstream – this is nullification in action. If there was ever any doubt, it completely vanished last month when Consumer Reports ran an article titled “How to Shop for CBD.” You don’t get much more mainstream than Consumer Reports. Cannabidiol (CBD) is derived from cannabis – generally in the form of industrial hemp. It has proven effective in treating a number of medical conditions, including seizures, pain and anxiety. Articles touting CBD have appeared in the mainstream…

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Jury Nullifies Georgia Weed Law, Finds Man Not Guilty Despite Admittedly Growing Marijuana

Jury Nullifies Georgia Weed Law, Finds Man Not Guilty Despite Admittedly Growing Marijuana By John Vibes Laurens County, GA – Javonnie Mondrea McCoy is a medical marijuana patient in a state where the plant is still illegal and was recently in court facing charges of possession and manufacturing. McCoy grew cannabis for his own personal consumption to treat severe headaches and other pain that he has suffered since he spent two weeks in a coma in 2003 after being severely beaten. Instead of attempting to fight the case on the…

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