The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) quietly lifted its restriction on processed poultry (such as chicken and turkey) from Communist China into the United States.
On September 21, speakers Dr. Thomas Woods, Michael Maharrey of the Tenth Amendment Center, and State Senator Randy Brogdon of Oklahoma addressed the Restoring the Republic gathering in Pewaukee, Wisconsin, on the subject of nullification and what the states can do to stop federal overreach.
Smithfield Foods, the largest pork producer in the world, based in Smithfield, Virginia, has been purchased by Communist Chinese state-owned enterprise Shuanghui Group.
Writing for Foreign Policy magazine, Park MacDougald presented a reprehensible portrayal of the late Congressman Larry McDonald, former chairman of The John Birch Society.
As many Americans of Egyptian descent protested in cities across the country this past weekend, demonstrating in solidarity with their families back in Egypt, forces on the far Left, from ANSWER coalition to the Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL), have taken advantage of the situation to promote their socialist agendas.
Russian Air Force nuclear bombers fly dangerously close to U.S. and Swedish airspace, raising concerns over Sweden's military readiness and Russia's overseas intentions.
On May 9, Russian President Vladimir Putin oversaw a military parade glorifying the Soviet Union’s victory over Nazi Germany in the Great Patriotic War (World War II) 68 years ago.
By a vote of 94-29, the Kansas House of Representatives approved House Bill 2199, the Second Amendment Protection Act, which would nullify any new federal restrictions — passed either by Congress, presidential executive order, agency order, rule, or regulation — on firearms, magazines, and ammunition.
With the passage of House Bill 302 (HB 302), Montana is now moving toward being the first state in the country to approve a nullification bill prohibiting the enforcement of a potential federal ban on semiautomatic firearms and large-capacity magazines within its borders.
A total of 52 out of New York State’s 62 counties have introduced resolutions requesting the repeal of the NY SAFE Act. Of those 52 county resolutions, 40 of them have already passed — meaning that roughly two-thirds of the counties of New York State reject Governor Andrew Cuomo’s “landmark” gun control legislation.