Contact:Matthew Keenan202firstname.lastname@example.org WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congressman Fulcher made the following statement concerning the passage of the House version of the National Defense Authorization Act: “The National Defense Authorization Act holds the Pentagon accountable, cuts wasteful spending, modernizes weapons to defend our nation, and counters China, Russia, and other threats. This bill also restores honor to […]
— Published with Permission of TheNewAmerican.com — In a heavily one-sided vote, the Idaho state House of Representatives passed a bill outlawing the execution of a federal law that purports to grant the president power to indefinitely detain Americans he suspects of being threats to the homeland. As reported by the People Against the NDAA […]
There is a lingering sentiment throughout the country that the American people are not being represented by their government. Most who identify with this feeling are able to recognize that the system is broken in some way but may not be able to pinpoint exactly how or why it is failing them. Dan Johnson, executive […]
With the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) coming up for a vote in Congress as soon as next month, now is a good time to revisit the history of the 2012 NDAA’s indefinite detention powers, and based on that history, why Congress should seriously think about repealing them. The authority underpinning the detention provisions […]
Bob Neugebauer interviews Doug Traubel and Jason Casella about Constitutional sheriffs, the NDAA, indefinite detention, and other important subjects.
Who is PANDA? We are not an institution, we are a people. We are not an organization, we are a movement. We are not a group, a tribe, a flock, or a crowd.
This article is for those who are aware of what is happening in our country and world. If you have taken the red pill and are ready to do something about it peacefully while we still can, please continue reading.