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    Exclamation Priority: [ACTION] Support Missouri SB819 - Resist NDAA kidnapping!

    Brian Nieves, State Senator from Missouri, recently appeared as a guest on Tenther Radio Episode 37. Nieves, who introduced Senate Bill 819 (Prohibits state enforcement of provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012) explained the bill as being, “probably not unlike some of the stuff that’s being filed in other parts of the United States, but basically it just says that this NDAA stuff is not going to work in the state of Missouri. The State of Missouri is going to stand up and say we are a sovereign state, we’re not going to have our constitutional rights violated by this out-of-control Federal Government, and the element of that NDAA act that we found most egregious is just simply not going to be enforced in the state of Missouri.”
    [T]here is mounting resistance to the National Defense Authorization Act in Missouri. Show-Me-State Sen. Brian Nieves (R) tells the Tenth Amendment Center that SB819, The Missouri Liberty Preservation Act, is awaiting a full debate on the Senate floor.

    Your Help is needed RIGHT NOW to get this bill passed. See ACTION ITEMS below.

    The bill requires state non-compliance with the federal government:

    The state of Missouri shall not provide material support or participate in any way with the implementation of Sections 1021 and 1022 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012
    “The Missouri Liberty Preservation Act has cleared committee and now it’s just a matter of waiting for it to be scheduled on the debate calendar. The issue of the NDAA is likely to be debated openly, here in the senate,” reported the State Senator.

    Nieves, who said he has not gained majority support in the Senate for his anti-NDAA bill, expressed optimism due to the unlikely relationships beginning to form over the civil liberties implications of sections 1021 and 1022 of the NDAA.



    With looming support in the state House, those in Missouri who agree with Ellington and Curtman on the dangers of the NDAA have a critical opportunity to sound the alarm among their friends, family and neighbors. Particularly for those constituents of Democrat Senators and Representatives, now is the time to raise awareness of the Missouri Liberty Preservation Act and to make it known that in this case, a bill introduced by Republicans may be worth the support of Democrats and Republicans alike.

    If you live in Missouri, you can find contact information for your Senator HERE.

    CALL them.
    Best option – respectfully, yet firmly – urge them to pass this bill. Let them know that you want them to stand up for the Constitution of the United States AND the Constitution of Missouri – they took an oath to both.

    EMAIL them
    – even if your call, you can still email too. Or just email. A courteous, strong and firm email – urging them to vote yes on this bill.
    Bill Summary:
    Available Text:
    Full Bill (PDF):

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    thats what im talkin' 'bout!

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