America is responding. Across the nation, we have begun to recognize the crisis and our duties in the face of it, and to organize ourselves to take back the American republic in line with our Constitution and our traditions of liberty. People Against the NDAA, or PANDA, has recently initiated a Take Back the Town campaign, resulting in a wave of city and town council victories nationwide. It started in Albany, N.Y., on October 7, when Albany’s “Common Council” unanimously passed Resolution 80.92.13 to become the first city in America actively to prohibit indefinite military detention under the NDAA. Albany declared itself not a battlefield, its citizens and other residents free of “disposition under the law of war,” and its law enforcement officers bound to uphold the rights of those people in the face of any opposition. Two days later the same thing happened in Oxford, Mass., which declared that “…it is unconstitutional, and therefore unlawful . . .
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