Today we look less and less like the kind of country that rose to world leadership, and more and more like a third-world kleptocracy.
Federal supremacists apparently find the whole “civics lesson” theme clever.
Woods: “Why am I not surprised that someone with this mentality opposes nullification?”
A review of what one might call the greatest history book on the American experiment ever written…
Tenthers, take heartâ€¦ As in 1688, todayâ€™s contest of ideas is being waged over tomorrowâ€™s Liberty. One generationâ€™s radicals are another generationâ€™s visionaries.
First, there was the Halifax Resolves. Then there was the Declaration of Independence.
What do we do about a government without limits? Nullify Now!
In the 1850s, the issue was states rights…northern states rights rejecting federal slave laws.
Students accustomed to equating statesâ€™ rights with South Carolina may be stunned to learn that it was the Wisconsin Supreme Court asserting the nullification doctrine in the mid-1850s.
Prior to the creation and ratification of the U.S. Constitution, the states were separate countriesâ€”sovereign political bodies with no superior authority.
resistance to injustice has been a part of American civic life since the ratification of the Constitution.