Time to Consider Nullification

Time to Consider Nullification as America’s Crisis Widens

Originally published on Washington Times Communities

The last few months of policymaking inside the Beltway have handed America the most bizarre set of crises in decades. First, President Obama nearly sparked Armageddon with Russia when he threatened striking Syria over alleged chemical weapons use.

Then, just as the world breathed a sigh of relief thanks to a microphone gaffe that became a peace agreement, the President and his allies in the Senate put Election 2014 above people’s lives by luring the House Republicans into a budget standoff that shutdown the federal government.

The first three weeks of October were like the movie V for Vendetta with Democrats reveling (and campaign fundraising) in the shutdown, pontificating over why the American people so desperately needed the federal government. No sooner did moderate Republicans hit the chicken switch and cave to raising the debt ceiling, Obama couldn’t wait to start a new crisis by bringing up immigration policy.

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Robert-Knight

Conservative Drug Warrior Urges Obama to Wield Even More Power

A recent Washington Times article by Robert Knight of the American Civil Rights Union attempts to portray President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder as hippies who want everyone to smoke ganja, and who don’t care a lick about enforcing federal drug laws.

This is an asinine distortion meant only to serve the ridiculous Republican Party establishment talking points that Obama is ‘soft on drugs’ and needs to double-down on federal enforcement.

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Ohio Firearms Freedom Act

Duty to Resist Unconstitutional Acts: Testimony at the Ohio State House

The following is a transcript of Scott Landreth’s October 29, 2013 testimony in front of the Ohio House State and Local Government Committee in support of Ohio House Bill 99 .

Chairman Blair, Vice Chair Anielski, Ranking Member Clyde and Members of the House State and Local Government Committee.  Thank you for the opportunity to testify in support of House Bill 99.  My name is Scott Landreth and I represent the Ohio Chapter of the Tenth Amendment Center.

House Bill 99 is a critical, overdue step towards protecting the rights of Ohioans from federal overreach.

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