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Passage of such a law would open a can of worms for federal authority and bring back the idea of a people’s nullification.
The philosophical ideas that would give rise to the protections granted in the Tenth Amendment were present before the Revolutionary War even started.
The various commissars who have taken it upon themselves to ensure that no one strays from officially approved opinion â€” or to appropriately scold anyone who in fact does so â€” have become apoplectic at the return of nullification.
Without the willingness to accept punishment, one’s reliance upon civil disobedience to right a wrong perpetrated by government or other offending entity is a self-delusional contrivance.
Isn’t it incredible that, despite all the historical evidence to the contrary, that anyone can still believe that the founders would’ve fought a long, cruel, bloody war just to exchange one central, overpowering government for another?
My friends, meet the winner of todayâ€™s Dumbest Guy in the World: Alan Pyke
Martha Dean, the Republican nominee for attorney general in Connecticut, repeated her support for state nullification of unconstitutional federal laws in Monday nightâ€™s debate.
Question: Do gun rights activists have as much courage as pot smokers?
The Constitution was signed on September 17, 1787, and every year that date passes by with hardly a sound. Do something today to bring it back to life!
we donâ€™t need approval from the federal government to stand up for our rights. We need to stand up for them whether they want us to or not!