Think all federal laws are supreme? Think again! In this episode, we’ll explore how the Founders told us the Constitution is what’s supreme – and everything else is a usurpation that’s NULL AND VOID.

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James Otis Jr – Speech Against the Writs of Assistance (24 Feb 1761)

Boston Town Meeting, Memorial to the House of Representatives (May 1764)

Patrick Henry – Virginia Resolves Against the Stamp Act (29 May 1765)

Samuel Adams – Candidus, Boston Gazette (27 Jan 1772)

Alexander Hamilton – The Farmer Refuted (23 Feb 1775)

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St. George Tucker – View of the Constitution of the United States (1803)

Gov. Samuel Johnston – North Carolina Ratifying Convention (28 July 1788)

Episode – Constitution 101: Supremacy Clause

Roger Sherman (8 Dec 1787)

Oliver Ellsworth – Connecticut Ratifying Convention (7 Jan 1788)

Alexander Hamilton – Federalist 78 (14 June 1788)

Thomas Jefferson – Kentucky Resolutions of 1798

James Madison – Report of 1800

George Nicholas – Virginia Ratifying Convention (16 June 1788)

Episode – Constitution 101: Enforcement Mechanism

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