Idaho governor signs emergency legislation nullifying all future federal gun laws

Michael Lotfi
Ben Swann

On Thursday, Idaho Governor Butch Otter (R) signed a bill, which would effectively nullify future federal gun laws, by prohibiting state enforcement of any future federal act relating to personal firearms, a firearm accessories or ammunition.

S1332 passed the house by a vote of 68-0 and the senate by a vote of 34-0. Alaska and Kansas have also passed similar laws.

Erich Pratt, Director of Communications for Gun Owners of America, cheered the governor’s action. “By signing this nullification bill into law, Idaho has joined an elite class of states that are telling the feds to ‘get lost’ — especially when it comes to unconstitutional gun control infringements”…

…Passage into law represents a giant step forward in protecting the right to keep and bear arms in Idaho. As the law now stands, state and local law enforcement will not cooperate with all future federal firearm laws.

The bill rests on a well-established legal principle known as the anti-commandeering doctrine. Simply put, the federal government cannot force states to help implement or enforce and federal act or program The anti-commandeering doctrine rests primarily on four Supreme Court cases dating back to 1842. Printz v. United States serves as the cornerstone…



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Related:  Dem Rep. Keith Ellison Wants His Party To “Come Out Against The Second Amendment”…

…MAHER: Then why doesn’t your party come out against the Second Amendment? It’s the problem.

ELLISON: I sure wish they would. I sure wish they would.



Elsewhere around the nation:  Tea Party Candidate First-Ever to Win as Write-In For PA State Senate  (video)

A Tea Party candidate became the first ever state senator in Pennsylvania to win as a write-in candidate on Tuesday in a special election that showed how dissatisfied voters are, even at the local level, with both organized political parties.

During the campaign, conservative Republican Scott Wagner was blistered by establishment Republicans that he accused of “orchestrating the special election in such a way to hand the seat, vacated by Mike Waugh in January,” to the establishment Republican candidate Ron Miller…



Also, Rhode Island House Speaker resigning after fed and state police raid  Gordon Fox steps down after boxes of evidence carried out of his office and home. (video)

The most powerful politician in my former home State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations is not the Governor.

It’s the Speaker of the House.

And Mr. Speaker, Gordon Fox, is stepping down as Speaker after the feds and state police raided his office and home yesterday…

…There have been rumors of Fox being involved in sweetheart deals benefitting his law firm for years.

Radio host John DePetro throws out this tantalizing connection between Fox and Congressman David Cicilline :

Sources say the main focus of the probe stems from loans and the Providence Economic Partnership Development. The mayor at the time was David Cicilline and the attorney was Josh Teverow. It raised a few eyebrows when there was talk of payments in cash, unreported income, and fake addresses. Is Cicilline the target? Unknown and he is silent. Is Teverow involved? Unknown and he is not talking…



From the most corrupt little place this of Chicago. Read the whole thing.


Update: But wait! There’s more!   Democratic Senator says House controlled by “Tea Party extremists”, argues against ‘smaller government’  (video)

Senator Richard Blumenthal said today on a Connecticut news program that House Republican Majority is “dictated and driven by a small minority of Tea Party extremists” and that they are preventing Republicans from working across the aisle to get things done. When asked if he sees that changing, he replied “not this session”, but hopes it will change after the elections…




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