I'm posting this thread to help inform the citizens of the State of Michigan about the state and county support for defending our constitutional
rights from the unconstitutional policies of the U.S. federal government.
I want to concentrate on the supporters of state and county authority, but will also include any supporters of federal authority I find within
I will be adding more information as I find it and encourage others to help out with any information they can add.
Of the 83 Michigan Counties, the following list is of the Michigan Counties with Sheriffs who support the U.S. and Michigan State Constitutions.
The following links are articles on some of those county sheriffs.
There is also resistance to the federal government inside the Michigan State government. Here is some information concerning the Michigan State
"Michigan Senate Votes 37-0 To Defeat Obama’s NDAA! "
"In a vote of 37-0 (1 absent), the Michigan Senate joined the growing list of states and municipalities throughout America in passing their version
of the Liberty Preservation Act, released by the Tenth Amendment Center. Senate Bill 94 (SB94) now proceeds to the Michigan State House. State Senator
Rick Jones, the bill’s sponsor, and grassroots activists forged the bipartisan alliance against the federal law that applies the law of war and
indefinite detention to anyone on U.S. soil."
"Michigan House votes to reject federal detention plan. Representatives unanimous in 107-0 decision blasting Washington"
"Their proposal states “no agency of this state, no political subdivision of this state, no employee of an agency of this state or a political
subdivision of this state acting in his or her official capacity, and no member of the Michigan national guard on official state duty shall aid an
agency of the armed forces of the United States in any investigation, prosecution, or detention of any person pursuant to section 1021 of the national
defense authorization act.”
Rep. Tom McMillin, the sponsor, was pleased, according to the Tenth Amendment Center, which monitors issues of state sovereignty."
Apparently the Michigan State House Speaker, Jase Bolger, supports the federal government over our state's rights.
"Michigan State Speaker Violates States Rights and Oath"
"As states, communities and people across the country rush to protect State and Individual Rights under assault by a federal administration which has
become tyrannical, operating far beyond its constitutional authority and at odds with the fundamental rights of the people, Michigan State House
Speaker Jase Bolger issues an official position statement that should instantly end his political career."