I recently appeared on the Resistance Library Podcast. We talked about nullification as it applies to a wide range of issues, from the Second Amendment to surveillance.
I opened the discussion by giving an overview of the Tenth Amendment, what it means and why the founders insisted on including it. That moved us into a discussion about the work of the Tenth Amendment Center and our nullification efforts – both from a constitutional and practical standpoint. From there, I explain how the strategy can be used to push back against federal overreach in a number of policy areas including the drug war, gun control and surveillance.
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