I recently appeared on the Robert Scott Bell Show to talk about nullification. We start with state nullification and work our way all the way to individual nullification.

Robert and I kick off the interview talking about some of the recent articles about nullification that came out in the mainstream media after it was revealed Acting Attorney General  Matthew Whitaker supports *gasp* nullification. We get into some of the history, including proving once again the principle has nothing to do with racism by discussing nullification of the fugitive slave laws by northern abolitionists. We also get into some specific nullification issues, including marijuana, raw milk and more generally, food freedom. At the end of the show, we talk a little about the importance of being nullifiers in our own lives.

Mike Maharrey

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