At a time when we are generally asked to choose between one form of centralization over another, many people are beginning to look for the true source of Western Civilization’s prosperity and freedom – which they know wasn’t created by voting in more government. Thankfully, they can find this perspective in Nullification: Reclaiming Consent of the Governed by Clyde N. Wilson, an examination of philosophical ideas behind nullification and its relevance today.Details
Connor Boyack’s newest offering in the Tuttle Twins series is an adaptation of the complex ideas found in The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve for children.Details
Plenty of books have been written about how Americans can “take their freedoms back” from the federal government. But few offer actual steps as practical as those offered by veteran and former prosecutor KrisAnne Hall in her book Sovereign Duty.Details
We are a scant 40 years away from the futuristic world that science fiction author Philip K. Dick envisionedDetails
When opponents of nullification fail to associate it with slavery and segregation, they turn to taking quotes of its proponents out of context, such as claiming Madison later opposed it in his famous Notes on Nullification.