Welcome to the party, ye mainstream nullifiers. We need more of you!
Rachel Maddow, MSNBC attack – nullification and the Tenth Amendment Center. Michael Boldin responds.
Media types like the notion of federal control over health care. So it becomes incumbent to shoot down this nullification nonsense.
The AP, framing the story with loaded language, and pretending it’s journalism, not an op-ed column.
the media again unites under the usual cause of defending the Federal Government. This time, itâ€™s the war on nullification.
My friends, meet the winner of todayâ€™s Dumbest Guy in the World: Alan Pyke
Slate’s Jacob Weisberg thinks the problem with the Tea Party is that itâ€™s too unpredictable. That sure isnâ€™t Weisbergâ€™s problem. His first book was called In Defense of Government.
Hers is a common view amongst statists really – the impression that ‘Federal decree’ is the only way to keep all of us human animals from enslaving and/or exploiting each other. Our founding fathers had a different idea…
James Madison: â€œWith respect to the words â€œgeneral welfare,â€ I have always regarded them as qualified by the detail of powers connected with them. To take them in a literal and unlimited sense would be a metamorphosis of the Constitution into a character which there is a host of proofs was not contemplated by its creators.â€
Our good friends at TeaPartyPatriotsLive did a drive-time guest spot on Orlando’s WFLA radio this week. I had the honor of spending a few minutes with them to discuss the growing state sovereignty movement, nullification efforts and more.