Federal laws can be nullified by personal action. Hemp production is one example of this.
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In 1817, James Madison vetoed a federal infrastructure spending bill on the grounds that the federal government had no such power under the constitution.
“We always have our sights set on the ultimate goal, but strategically we know that victory for liberty will come one small step at a time.”
One of the most important founding fathers is someone that most people have never heard of. When learning of his death, Thomas Jefferson wrote that John Dickinson was “Among the first of the advocates for the rights of his country” whose “name will be consecrated in history as one of the great worthies of the […]
It’s not just the NSA that’s spying on you. State action can help end it.
People often say they want a strong president who can get things done. But that’s pretty much the exact opposite of what the founding fathers set up under the Constitution.
It’s not just the feds that are spying on you. State and local agencies collect a LOT of information, then share it upstream to the federal government through a program called, “Information Sharing Environment” (ISE).
Simply put, under the Constitution, the Commerce Clause is not something that authorizes the federal government to regulate, control, or prohibit anything and everything they want.
Jury nullification is the last line of defense, and can turn around even the worst situation.