Nullification is here. Tentative and inconsistent, but it’s here. Missouri Over 2/3 of voters elect to reject Federally mandated health care insurance. The White House official response was that this is irrelevant. California 7,000,000 votes negated by 1 politician, masquerading as a judge. The law had nothing to do with the ruling. Arizona Self defense…Details
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Recorded 26 July 2010 in Auburn, Alabama. Includes an introduction by Douglas E. French, and the presentation of the 2009 George F. Koether Free-Market Writing Award to Dr. Woods by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr. [44:53] “One thing that our opposition understands is the word “disobey” – because that…Details
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Janet Mefferd interviews Michael Boldin of the Tenth Amendment Center on the 10th, Nullification and Nullify Now! See Michael in person in Ft Worth, Orlando, and Chattanooga. “It doesn’t matter what political party is in power, or what person occupies the White House – federal power continues to…Details
The following is from Tom Woods fabulous book:
Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century.
“The controversy over health care reflects a much broader and deeper constitutional void in American life. Some fifteen years ago, a Supreme Court Justice asked the United States Solicitor General ( the government’s lawyer for Supreme Court cases ) if he could name an activity or program that, in his view, would fall outside the bounds of what the Constitution authorized the federal government to do. He could not.
This contempt for constitutional limitations on the federal government is bipartisan and long-standing. Unsurprisingly, when the Constitution is thought of not as the strict limitation on government that its original supporters sold it as, but as something so completely broad as almost to defy limitation, government will continue to grow. Some federal activities have begun to alarm even those who have historically cheered government growth as a progressive force. Yet nothing has been able to stop it. Even Ronald Reagan, for all his charisma and rhetorical prowess, was able only to slow the growth of certain categories of federal spending. In 1994, the Republican Party won control of both house of Congress in a historic off-year election victory. Government would at last be shrunk, politicians assured us.
Sure it would!Details
A couple of days ago I appeared on Wisconsin Public Radio to discuss Nullification, my new book. Although the conversation was probably more civil than what would have unfolded had I been a leftist on many right-wing programs, I had my share of shocked and appalled callers. I think I handled them pretty well. WPR wrote to…Details
Podcast: Play in new window | Download “Nullification is Jefferson’s remedy for a government that acts as if it has no limits. It’s an answer to the question – what do you do when the federal government exceeds its constitutional powers.” See Tom in person in Ft Worth and Orlando. See Jack in person in…Details
Please thank this man! St. Tammany Parish President Kevin Davis shows Gov. Jindal and a host of other state and local officials how the Principals of ’98 (interposition) can be implemented if only they can find the courage to challenge the perceived omnipotence of the federal government. “Simmering distrust on the oil-coated Louisiana coast boiled…Details
From a press release – looks like a good show to me! Tune in this coming Saturday, July 24th, 2010 at 1PM CT ** EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW ** Nullification – How We As A Country Can Be Stronger ** with Dr. Thomas E. Woods, JR. Ask yourself these questions: What can be done when the Federal…Details
Much as I’d like to think some people on the Left might reject knee-jerk nationalism, articles like this one are all too typical. Let me paraphrase: nullification (which the poor guy can’t even define) and rebellion are wicked. Cut it out. Obey your overlords. You are born to be ruled. And forget that “question authority” thing…Details
An exclusive interview by Press TV with Thomas Woods, Historian and Author.