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From Tenther Radio, Episode 115
Can you imagine a reporter doing a story on professional basketball in the United States and not contacting, or even referencing, the NBA?
How about a story on space flight without any attempt to talk to the folks over at NASA?
Or an article about online auctions that fails to reference eBay?
You wouldn’t have a whole lot of faith in the credibility of the report, would you?
Well, this happens all the time when it comes to nullification. It seems like at least once a week, we run across a story on the subject that doesn’t even reference the Tenth Amendment Center. Fox News was the latest mainstream media organization to spit out an article about nullification full of misinformation and assumptions that we could have easily cleared up. And we know they never tried to contact us about the story, because, well…we’re right here! Easy to find! Just tap a few keystrokes into the little Google search box and there we are! The phone never rang, and an email from the folks at Fox was absent from our mailbox.
I don’t mean to sound like sour grapes, but the Tenth Amendment Center has led the nullification effort for the last seven-plus years. We’ve written model legislation, worked closely with state lawmakers across the United States to get nullification bills passed, and we’ve written hundreds, if not thousands, of article on the subject.Details