An exclusive interview by Press TV with Thomas Woods, Historian and Author.
From last fall, but definitely worth revisiting today!
Tom Woods’ long-awaited freedom handbook, Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century, will be released this Monday, June 28th…and Amazon has cut the price to $13.47! Many readers have already pre-ordered this fascinating work of politics and history, but a flurry of new orders will help propel it out of the 400s…Details
Writes at Thomas R. Eddlem at The New American: Nullification is an indispensable book about what could become the most effective means of stopping an out-of-control federal government: nullification. “Nullification” is simply an act by states (and occasionally individuals) to resist unconstitutional federal laws. The term “nullification” was coined by Thomas Jefferson in his 1798…Details
from Paul Munshine, New Jersey Star-Ledger I put up a couple blog posts recently concerning state Sen. Jim Whelan’s ignorant and hypocritical attack on Assemblywoman Allison McHose Littell at a hearing Monday. Whelan – who was a prime sponsor of a bill that was a classic exercise in nullification, the state’s new medical-marijuana law –…Details
Just as Sheriff Mack of Arizona launched a campaign to deliver copies of his book The County Sheriff: America’s Last Hope (see www.sheriffmack.com for more information) to every county sheriff in the United States, I would like to recommend that we launch a similar campaign to deliver copies of Dr. Thomas Woods’s latest book Nullification:…Details
Tom Woods’ new book, Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century, is up to #79 in all books on Amazon.com, and it isn’t even officially available yet. You can preorder it, however. And the price has dropped to $14.97. I am reading this book right now, and I can tell you that…Details
This article by Jeff Taylor, which recently appeared in The American Conservative, is one of the most well written articles on the subject of nullification I have come across in a while. Although I was a little disappointed that he failed to use Arizona’s Health Care Freedom Amendment, (which will be voted on by the…Details