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The Mob Rules

Watch out, DC, here comes the mob! Congratulations to the TaxDayTeaParty.com on their announcement of a 100% win record, thus far, for 2010 (congratulations must also go out to the many other numerous organizations and individuals who played their part in the “Tea Party Primaries” of late). Some of the organization’s big wins included Kentucky, […]

AR State Sovereignty Bill Comes Alive in Committee, 11-4

TheTolbertReport is reporting the following on Arkansas’ HCR1011 (status page): According to a tweet from Rep. Baird, this one has new life!  It passed on of committee this morning (04/01/2009) by a vote of 11 to 4! The bill had previously been struck down in Committee, 8-10. You can follow Arkansas’ updates here; a listing of […]

AR State Sovereignty Bill to be Heard in Committee Tomorrow; Failed in Committee, 8-10

Thanks to a report from the TolbertReport.com blog: Rep. Jon Woods passes along that HCR1011, the state sovereignty bill will be discussed by the House Committee on State Agencies and Governmental Affairs on Wednesday morning.  The hearing is scheduled for 10:00 and should generate quite a bit of discussion. This bill and similar bills in other states have been a […]

AR State Reps Introduce State Sovereignty Resolution

Blogger Jason Tolbert at TheTolbertReport reports today that Arkansas State Representatives have introduced HCR1011 (status page). Title: CLAIMING SOVEREIGNTY UNDER THE TENTH AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OVER CERTAIN POWERS AND SERVING NOTICE TO THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO CEASE AND DESIST CERTAIN MANDATES. Mr. Tolbert provides some background concerning why Arkansas is taking […]