Necessary and Proper Clause in an Establishment Clause case

I’m pleased to report that this past week the brilliant Justice Clarence Thomas cited my work on the Necessary and Proper Clause in his concurring opinion in Town of Greece v. Galloway, an Establishment Clause case that received wide publicity. This was the thirteenth citation in the third Supreme Court case in the past 11 months.

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Unconstitutional acts, not law.

An unconstitutional “law” is no law at all, which puts most of the federal register to the legal trash. But, since the federal government doesn’t recognize the constitution, the only way to render those federal acts null and void in practical effect is to resist and nullify them on a state, local and individual level.

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