Patriots, The Michigan legislature may have another opportunity to allow the voters to decide on important privacy rights protections in November. The constitutional amendment (HJRN) was proposed last year by Rep. Jim Runestad (R-White Lake) . It received 30 bipartisan co-sponsors and was passed in overwhelming fashion by the House this year. It would allow…Details
NOTE: This article was written on behalf of the Michigan Tenth Amendment Center by Kenneth Lloyd. There is a resolution that is active in the Michigan legislature that would give the voters a chance to amend the state constitution to protect individuals’ electronic data and communications from warrantless intrusion by law enforcement agencies. This amendment…Details
Patriots, The good news is rarer than ever these days. With Washington D.C. scumbags selling out our rights and the losers in Lansing following suit, it can be very depressing to follow politics. However, not every one of our Michigan state legislators have sold us out, and one is working on solid legislation to protect…Details
Last week, we had a victory in the battle to protect our privacy rights from Big Brother. House Joint Resolution N, a measure that would allow voters to add protections for their electronic data and communications into the state constitution, passed unanimously in the House Criminal Justice Committee, 6-0. Rep. Jim Runestad (R-White Lake) spoke…Details
The ‘Runestad Privacy Amendment’ Would Modernize the Bill of Rights, Rebuke Big Brother in Michigan!
Patriots, Michigan has finally stepped into the fold of the budding nullification movement. A resolution has been introduced that would allow voters to add protections for electronic data and communications into the state constitution. This could have ramifications that goes up the line to the federal level. A similar measure passed in Missouri last year,…Details
NOTE: This article was written on behalf of the Michigan Tenth Amendment Center by Kenneth Lloyd. The liberty of the people of the state of Michigan has taken another blow. The Federal Aviation Administration gave the Michigan State Police the “authorization” to “use drones in every corner of the state.” That means that our skies…Details