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
On March 27 Michael Maharrey was a guest on Clarkcast to discuss the Forth Amendment Protection ACT in the state of Michigan. They covered nullification generally before moving on to the more specific topic of HB5420 – introduced by representative Tom McMillin and supported by a bipartisan coalition.Details
Quite frankly, I’m glad Rosa Parks refused to follow the rules. I’m glad the conductors and safe house operators along the Underground Railroad refused to follow the rules. I’m glad Oskar Schindler refused to follow the rules. Some rules should never be followed. Ever.Details
Live Blog: South Carolina H3101 in the State Senate On Wednesday, March 19th, the South Carolina senate is expected to vote on cloture to end debate on the Davis Amendment to H3101. Once that happens, there should be dozens of new amendments proposed in an attempt to stall the final vote on the legislation. Expect…Details
I sometimes wonder what happens behind the scenes. Who, or what entity, makes the phone calls which result in good actions getting stopped.
Industrial hemp, for example.Details