I recently appeared on the Decentralized Revolution podcast to talk about the Constitution as a decentralizing document and nullification as a strategy for liberty.
“I think decentralization is the best path forward in terms of creating space for liberty – devolving power away from the top, pushing it down toward more state, and then local, and ultimately we’d love it to be at the individual level. But I think we have to go through a process to get there. And the Constitution creates some kind of framework within the American system that can help move us toward a more decentralized system.”
After a general discussion on the Constitution and decentralization, we cover several specific issues including marijuana and the Second Amendment.
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