The law would require that all federal taxes come first to the stateâ€™s Department of Revenue. A panel of legislators would assay the Constitutional appropriateness of the Federal Budget, and then forward to the federal government a percentage of the federal tax dollars that are delineated as legal and Constitutionally justified.
Whensoever the General Government assumes undelegated powers, its acts are unauthoritative, void, and of no force.
It is quite clear the federal government is completely out of touch with those they are supposed to be serving. Yet the Constitution provides for us, the inheritors of the greatest system of government the world has ever known, a way to defend our rights.
NH Legislators again raise the bar for the 10th Amendment Movement â€“ felony charges proposed for federal agents violating gun rights in New Hampshire
James Madison asserted that state governments not only have the right to resist unconstitutional federal acts, but that they are “duty bound to interpose” or stand between the federal government and the people of the state.
Many leading founders advised us to look to state governments whenever 2 or more branches of the federal government were conspiring against the Constitution and your liberty. We feel that time is now.
Over the years, wise men and women warned us that the Constitution would never enforce itself. The time is long overdue for people to start recognizing this fact, and bring that enforcement closer to home.
In response to what some opponents see as a Congress that doesnâ€™t represent their interests, State Legislators are looking to the nearly forgotten American political tradition of nullification as a way to reject any potential national health care program that may be coming from Washington.
Missouri State Representative Cynthia Davis has introduced the â€œFirearms Freedom Actâ€ The bill â€œAsserts the right of the State of Missouri to regulate the intrastate use and acquisition of certain firearms pursuant to the reserved powers of the state over intrastate commerce and the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.â€
Nullification is based on the simple principle that the federal government cannot be the final arbiter of the extent and boundaries of its own power.
That two states have enacted Firearms Freedom Acts, eight states have introduced them, and 20 other states are poised to introduce their own is an “emerging consensus” that the federal judiciary probably won’t actively acknowledge, but that those in the black robes will be aware of and pay attention to.