The intent of the declaration of war power is for the government to have an adjudication process for war analogous to a criminal trial for domestic crimesDetails
The Constitution enumerates the power of the federal governmentâ€”there are also authoritative lists of those powers reserved to the states.Details
He was for it before he was against it.
Or against it while he was for it.
In a May 3, article Spalding praises North Dakota for, “wisely cutting out all of that nullification nonsense,” from its nullification bill.
Then he scolds North Dakota for watering down the legislation.
“Such indecisive legislative language leaves the matter in the hands of others (e.g., the Supreme Court), an odd case of timidity given that North Dakota has previously joined twenty-six other states in challenging the constitutionality of Obamacare in federal court.Â Well, North Dakota, is it unconstitutional or not?”
Sounds like Spalding wants North Dakota to nullify the federal health care law, or in Thomas Jefferson’s words declare that “it is not law, but is altogether void, and of no force.” – in other words, unconstitutional.
Writes Ron Paul: “Last week the media focused on President Obamaâ€™s basic eligibility to be president while ignoring the unconstitutional manner in which he governs”Details