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  1. "Where powers are assumed which have not been delegated, a nullification of the act is the rightful remedy." Thomas Jefferson
  2. (I think Steve's infamous purple highlighter was broken when he wrote that) 😉
  3. These are in direct conflict. Past and future court decisions will bear this out.
  4. The Governor and ILGA have exempted themselves, for the most part. The ISP and other law enforcement are most certainly NOT exempt from criminal and civil penalties for violating rights. Any who enforce this, cooperate with it, and their entire chains of command can - and should - face civil actions for starters, with liens placed on their properties, homes, assets, and pensions. Sheriffs have been very vocal in their opposition. The FOP has been largely mute...once the exemptions for LE were dropped in after HB5855 was morphed into 5471.
  5. "Everyone has the right to remain silent...few people have the ability." This topic has veered so far off course it may have to be restarted.....
  6. "A Prince whose character is thus marked by every act which may define a Tyrant, is unfit to be the ruler of a free people." Declaration of Independence
  7. Answer: the Illinois Governor, House, and Senate are competing to see who among them can be the most notorious tyrants.
  8. Excellent post, and timely. It's not the day we've wanted, but is the day we have been expecting and fighting against. "One has not only a legal, but a moral responsibility to obey just laws. Conversely, one has a moral responsibility to disobey unjust laws." Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  9. Not necessarily. Most anticipated the bill #s changing and had caveats specifying "similar legislation." Going forward, some might change to the bill number du jour, others are going with full on preservation ordinances that use a blanket non-enforcement/ prosecution language for unconstitutional legislation. "...a nullification is the rightful remedy." Thomas Jefferson
  10. Not officially, but the board meeting agenda should be published publicly. Contacting a board member by residents of the county to get it started is also encouraged.
  11. Several other counties have this in progress, but have to post it on their agenda for the next meetings prior to official consideration. The counties passed thus far appear to be: * Iroquois * Effingham * Christian * Madison * Shelby * Williamson Any others out there which can be verified as passed?
  12. Darn good work by you guys/gals to expose their slimy ways.
  13. "One has not only a legal but a *MORAL* responsibility to obey just laws. Conversely, one has a*MORAL* responsibility to disobey unjust laws." ~Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.~ (emphasis added)
  14. "One has not only a legal but a moral responsibility to obey just laws. Conversely, one has a moral responsibility to disobey unjust laws." ~Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.~ The choice is each of ours to decide. Compliance rates in states with similar laws are mostly in the single digits, FYI.
  15. Add Madison and Christian counties to the list of counties passing resolutions. Details to follow later. Numerous other counties are in progress, and expected to pass overwhelmingly.
  16. Non compliance + Non prosecution/ Conviction = Nullification. Todd V is correct: there will be massive civil disobedience & non compliance. Connecticut had the highest compliance rate, and that was only @15%. All other places were in the single digits.
  17. What to look for, guaranteed. Tyrants doing tyrannical things: https://bearingarms.com/tomknighton/2022/12/20/ct-gun-registration-n65452
  18. Todd, the Iroquois and Effingham versions are basically the same, the Williamson and Perry County versions are different from those (I submitted the version to my commissioner in Williamson County prior to hearing about the Iroquois treatise, but forwarded it as well for consideration).
  19. Effingham County passed their resolution last night, based on Iroquois County's. Williamson County passed a resolution in opposition this morning - unanimously as well - similar to the Perry County resolution that is up for vote Thursday. We might have to challenge Kevin to fire up his mapping skills again soon, LOL.
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