I am all for an organization that promotes changing a law. It is a fundamental part of how our governments work in the USA.
But, to effectively ban conversations about one activity because it is illegal, while promoting another activity that is illegal in some jurisdictions, seems hypocritical to me. It's OK to talk about homebrewing in Alabama and Mississippi (wink wink), but don't you dare speak about home distilling. It's illegal! Well, so was homebrewing until the laws were changed thirty some-odd years ago.
As far as this being a homebrew only forum, I direct your attention to the multitude of non-homebrewing topics covered on this forum.
Distilling begins with fermenting. Whiskey is essentially distilled beer. Distilling has more to do with brewing than most of the topics discussed in the The Pub and All Things Food categories on this forum.
I'm not saying that we should teach people how to build and operate illegal stills at home. But, I don't think we should be prohibited from discussing distilling laws, law makers and coordinating ideas about how to change the laws that prohibit home distilling. There are a lot of like-minded people gathered here discussing the legal precursor steps of distilling already.
Many of the brewing suppliers and brewers that are involved in craft brewing are also involved in craft distilling. Why do you suppose that is?