I just thinking out loud here, but some recent developments have me seeing things differently, connecting the dots in a new way.Details
On May 21, 1855, a very important anti-slavery nullification law was signed into law in Massachusetts. Although mainstream history books typically glossed this important bill, it remains prescient in today’s world where federal overreach is at an all-time high. It is more important than ever to follow in the heroic footsteps of Massachusetts and other northern states that appropriately used state-level non-compliance to protect freedom and prevent injustice.
Hard to argue with this guy on the right of states to nullify.Details
As the TAC grows each year, there are an increasing number of voices calling for us to register as a non-profit organization, ostensibly allowing us to get the “big donors” that we lack. I’ve refused, on principle, and those principles haven’t changed. But there are also practical reasons to avoid this IRS special status as…Details
We’re working to nullify federal gun control “laws” in states around the country.
You can get involved here: http://tenthamendmentcenter.com/2ndamendmentpreservationDetails
We support the ENTIRE Bill of Rights. Turning a blind eye to one part or another for “security” (or any other reason), puts it all in danger. Are you with us?Details
Most people don’t realize that prominent abolitionists like John Greenleaf Whittier came out publicly as nullification supporters in the 1850s. This was in regards to the Fugitive Slave Act. Crushes the idea that nullification = racist, doesn’t it? That’s probably why the government schools will never teach you this.Details