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STATE OF THE NULLIFICATION MOVEMENT
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From the Blog
- Void!by Mike Maharrey on July 27, 2021 at 1:07 pm
Many people in the founding generation said that any federal act no authorized by the Constitution is "void." That means we should treat it just like the company treats a voided warranty - as if it didn't exist. The […]
- Oakland Ordinance Sets the Stage to Limit Local Participation in Federal Police Militarization Programsby Mike Maharrey on July 26, 2021 at 7:11 pm
Under the law, police in the city won't be able to obtain or use military equipment without city council approval. Law enforcement must submit a detailed Controlled Equipment Impact Report and a Controlled Equipment Use […]
- Infinite and Incomprehensible: Antifederalist Brutus No. 5by Michael Boldin on July 26, 2021 at 5:36 pm
Rather than a general government with few and defined powers, in his 5th essay, Antifederalist Brutus warned that a combination of taxing power and the necessary and proper clause would lead to a government with nearly […]
- We Don’t Really Need a “Debt Ceiling”by Mike Maharrey on July 25, 2021 at 9:20 pm
Brace yourself. We're in for another "debt ceiling" battle on Capitol Hill. But we don't even really need a borrowing ceiling. There's one built into the Constitution. It's the enumerated powers. They would naturally […]
Path to Liberty
We work to educate people on the original, legal meaning of the Constitution as drafted by the Founders and approved by the People of the Several States.
We also work to activate people to support a 10th Amendment strategy advised by James Madison, a “refusal to cooperate with officers of the union” as an effective method to reject, resist and nullify unconstitutional federal acts.