A host of states have recently passed legislation in important areas to benefit citizens and counter the Hegelian agenda of globalist administrators.
The Governor of Wyoming has banned vaccine passports, issuing a directive that states no person should be denied access to any places or services based on their vaccination status.
Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte announced Tuesday the state will end its participation next month in the federal unemployment program, as the state struggles with a worker shortage.
As states resort to cash rewards and other tactics to try and encourage reluctant (or just plain lazy) adults to get their COVID-19 jabs, the White House on Tuesday just upped the pressure, warning the (mostly red) states that have lagged in the vacc
The House of Representatives will vote Tuesday on whether to make Washington, D.C., a State
The governors of Kansas and Missouri on Monday said they will not require residents of their states to show so-called "vaccine passports" in order to enter businesses or events, or to travel.
On this special guest episode of the Resistance Library Podcast Sam Jacobs invites Michael Maharrey from the Tenth Amendment Center to discuss the rights of states.
--tear it up in Miami and masks are torched in Idaho after Biden 'degrades himself' by calling early reopening 'neanderthal thinking'
Some states have begun rolling back reopenings
Every time a town, city, or county votes to govern itself in a certain way and is slapped down by the state, it represents a small challenge to the notion of self-governance.
Missouri's GOP-led state House on Wednesday advanced a bill to ban local police officers from enforcing federal gun laws, including using federal laws to take away people's guns.
Successful ballot measures in the 2020 U.S. election legalized recreational marijuana in Arizona, New Jersey, South Dakota and Montana, bringing the tally of legal weed states to 15 (along with D.C.).
And as I have said repeatedly: Who you elect at the State and local levels (governor, sheriff, etc.) is far more important than who is elected president.