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What does Walter Williams recommend to do next?

The same thing we recommend. Nullify.

Here’s how Walter put it in his latest column:

“One response to federal encroachment is for state governments to declare federal laws that have no constitutional authority null and void and refuse to obey them. In other words, they should nullify federal laws that violate the Constitution.”

That’s exactly what Thomas Jefferson advised too.

“Where powers are assumed which have not been delegated a nullification of the act is the rightful remedy: that every state has a natural right, in cases not within the compact to nullify of their own authority all assumptions of power by others within their limits”

Walter also discussed Jefferson and Madison’s response to the Alien and Sedition Acts in his article – read and share it here:

It’s not often that someone so well-known talks positively about nullification, so we’re really glad that a lot of new people are going to be hearing about it thanks to Walter Williams.

Every day we work to get the message of the Constitution and liberty out to more and more people, and while we’ve got a lot of work yet to do, the foundation is set and growing.

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Concordia res parvae crescunt,
(small things grow great by concord)


Michael Boldin, TAC

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