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.”
During the Massachusetts ratification debates, Fisher Aims gave a stark warning that’s been totally ignored over the last 100+ years. He said a “consolidation of the States would subvert the new Constitution.”
Some people want you to think that the solution to problems with police is to get the federal government more involved. But they’ve got things completely backwards.
In the wake of Brexit, do libertarians have a real opportunity to make the case for breaking away? Is it time to stop trying to convince millions that liberty is better, and start unyoking ourselves? Can secession and nullification movements really work against political elites? And how do we get started at the local level?
The Tenth Amendment Center’s Michael Boldin joins Tom for the first-ever Tenther Tuesday Michael Boldin Or listen via Nullification in 2014.
This yet to be released documentary from the Foundation for a Free Society http://www.myfreesociety.com and the Tenth Amendment Center http://www.tenthamendmentcenter.com features Thomas Woods, Michael Boldin, Debra Medina, Stewart Rhodes, Sheriff Richard Mack, Charles Goyette, Kevin Gutzman, Robert Scott Bell, Mike Adams, Jason Rink, John Bush, Bryce Shonka, Mike Maharrey, and others. via ▶ Nullification Movie […]