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Nullification Win! Holder, DOJ Back Down

Excellent article from Mike Maharrey at TAC on the big victory for nullification.  This is big! From TAC: Nullification works. James Madison wrote in Federalist 46 that refusing to cooperate with unconstitutional federal acts would create “serious impediments” and “obstructions which the federal government would hardly be willing to encounter.” On Thursday, Eric Holder’s Department of Justice […]

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Reactions to DOJ Marijuana Memo

Reason has compiled some responses to the decision from Eric Holder on state nullification laws.  From the war on freedom reform movement there is veiled optimism about the decision showing confidence in the continued reform.  Some are a bit more cautious: Tom Angell, chairman of Marijuana Majority: It’s nice to hear that the Obama administration doesn’t […]

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Too little, but not too late: Eric Holder begins to roll back the drug war

From Brian Martinez: More than forty years after the U. S. government launched the modern drug war, its highest-ranking prosecutor has tacitly admitted that it isa legal and moral failure: In a major shift in criminal justice policy, the Obama administration moved on Monday to ease overcrowding in federal prisons by ordering prosecutors to omit […]

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Obama Guns Kill Mexican Police Chief

The Obama administration hates guns so much they lost hundreds of them in their quest to arm criminals to fight crime. Americans and Mexicans alike have been killed by the likes of Obama and Holder. You are still frowned upon by then for being a law abiding gun owner however. A high-powered rifle lost in […]

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