Lawmakers in Missouri are at odds over a provision stripped from a bill nullifying unconstitutional federal gun regulations.

The movement is growing in the Western states for the federal government to transfer the "public lands" to the states, as intended by the Founding Fathers, and as called for in the enabling acts which created the states from the Western territories.

The Missouri state legislature has voted to send a proposed amendment protecting gun rights to the ballot.

Delegates to the Wisconsin state Republican Party annual convention rejected a proposal to support the power to nullify unconstitutional acts of the federal government.

Would Greg Abbott maintain his strong stance against federal overreach if he is elected governor of Texas?

The Minnesota state legislature took a major step May 2 toward banning warrantless tracking of cellphones.

Representative Chris Stewart (R-Utah) strongly criticized the actions of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) for deploying what the congressman described as a “SWAT team” during the recent standoff between federal agents and Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, who was backed by a civilian militia.

The Missouri State Senate passed a gun rights protection bill already passed by the state House of Representatives.

The issues that caused the standoff between the federal BLM and a Nevada rancher are being clouded by deliberate misinformation from government officials and the media.

A bipartisan group of top Texas lawmakers tells BLM officials eyeing 90,000 acres along the Red River, "Don't Mess With Texas."


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