AB 351 Passes Assembly Committee

NDAA Nullification Assembly Bill 351 was passed a week ago today by the Public Safety Committee and now will be coming up for a vote by the full Assembly in the near future.  Now is the time to call your State Assemblyperson and urge her or him to vote for it!

AB 351 will nullify the unconstitutional provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012, which stripped us of our habeas corpus rights, allowing for the indefinite detention of U. S. citizens on U. S. soil.  NDAA 2012 has already been found to be unconstitutional by a federal judge in a case brought forward by a wide array of groups and individuals from across the political spectrum.  AB 351, as well, has support from people on the left and on the right who are alarmed at the assault on our civil liberties that the NDAA represents.

To quote Benjamin Franklin, “Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.”

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California NDAA Nullification Bill Passes Assembly Committee Unanimously

ALERT: Call Congress, White House re NDAA 2013!

The House has passed an even more extreme version of the National Defense Authorization Act which again strips us of our constitutional rights, allowing for indefinite detention of U. S. citizens on U. S. soil without charge or trial, despite the last one, the NDAA 2012, being ruled unconstitutional by a federal judge.  We must speak up and voice our outrage to our representatives and the White House before it is passed by the Senate and Obama signs it into law!  When you call, remind them that the billions spent on endless wars and Pentagon pork authorized by this bill can be applied to the deficit and budget instead of cutting Social Security with the outrageous and cruel chained CPI!

To learn more and act, go to:  https://secure.downsizedc.org/etp/detention/


  • Call White House:  202-456-1111
  • Call Senator Boxer:  202-224-3553
  • Call Senator Feinstein: 202-224-3841

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NDAA 2013 – Even Worse than 2012!!

Well here we go again.  Just when you think it can’t get worse, Congress passes an even more Orwellian version of the National Defense Authorization Act.  The Senate has again approved the NDAA 2013 with the indefinite detention provisions intact, which allowed for the indefinite detention of U. S. citizens on U. S. soil without charge or trial, strips us of habeas corpus, and expands the sanctions against Iran, which is no serious threat to the U. S., as well as “counter-terrorism” activities, code for illegal drone wars, wiretapping, and other invasive tactics.  But the House version, which passed on Friday, December 21, replaced weak guarantees with even more nebulous language.

The NDAA 2012 was successfully challenged in court and ruled unconstitutional, but the Obama administration filed an appeal claiming these provisions were necessary for “national security,” the buzz phrase that prevents many unconstitutional laws from being overturned, so a stay was placed on the injunction that would have prevented the law from taking effect.

Like its predecessor,the NDAA 2013 is UNCONSTITUTIONAL and we must speak out before it is again signed into law over the holidays while everyone is distracted, like the 2012 version was, on New Year’s Eve!

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