“All power tends to corrupt; absolute power corrupts absolutely.”
Tag Archives | Nullification
“These are our rights. This is what the constitution limits you to. You may go no further.”
What do we do about a government without limits? Nullify Now!
In spite of the fact that the Constitution was recently read in Congress, several senior Republicans must have either been absent or just werenâ€™t paying attention to what they were hearing.
In the 1850s, the issue was states rights…northern states rights rejecting federal slave laws.
“It’s not enough to think outside of the box. The box needs to be crushed to the ground and set on fire…”
The pundits scream “racism,” the legal experts cite the “supremacy clause,” and the entire country – left to right – just might be missing the point.
“if freedom has a chance to survive in these United States, the American people must get their eyes off of Washington, D.C., and start focusing on their individual states”
If federal lawmakers and their alphabet agencies refuse to obey the very document on which their political authority and legitimacy is based, then it is up to state and local governments to pass and enforce laws like the Intrastate Commerce Act, which explicitly remind the feds where their authority ends.
It’s not just the left that’s confused about nullification, it’s the right too. Steve Palmer takes on the standard objections.
Tom Woods smashes the criticisms, and the critics.