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Tag Archives | nullification
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).
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.”
Comedian Doug Stanhope talks to Reason TV about his new book “Digging Up Mother.” Also see Stanhope’s bit on jury nullification.
Richard Mack was sheriff of Graham County, Arizona, for two terms, ending his tenure in 1997. He was named Elected Official of the Year by the Arizona-New Mexico Coalition of Counties in 1994, received the NRA Law Officer of the Year, inducted into the NRA Hall of Fame, 1995 Cicero Award, Samuel Adams Leadership Award […]
by Ryan McMaken Although leftists often like to condemn nullification as right-wing kookery, the left is quite good at employing the tactic. Certainly, the most successful nullification trend going on right now is in state refusals to enforce federal drug laws. Four states (Colorado, Washington, Oregon, and Alaska) have all unilaterally declared recreational marijuana to […]
For any potential Jurors out there. Take notes.
Josie discusses the topic of jury nullification. If a judge does not support the right to discuss jury nullification then definitely do not support the judge’s re-election efforts.
Nullification: Year 2013 in Review: Video: 2013 Year in Review | Tenth Amendment Center.