Nullification is so key in our efforts, it needs its own section. This is how generations past went on the offensive against would be tyrants to ensure liberty was not lost.
Nullification vs. Constitutional Convention, by John Birch Society
What’s the best way to rein in our out-of-control federal government? Watch this 4-minute video for a comparison of two solutions: (1) nullification; and (2) a constitutional convention.
Nullification: The Rightful Remedy, by the Tenth Amendment Center
The Solution to the Unconstitutional Acts of Government, by Defending Utah
Proven solutions to reigning in government and restoring lost liberty are principle based, not issue based.
Nullification – The Duty of Our Representatives
“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.” – U.S. Constitution 10th Amendment
This means that if the constitution does not explicitly and specifically proclaim a delegated authority to the Federal Government they cannot do it; if the constitution declares the several States cannot do something, they cannot (The states cannot violate the natural rights of Man). Furthermore under article III section 1 of the constitution it describes what authority federal courts have. This article limits the federal courts authority to federal laws and inter-state suits. They have no authority over anything else not in the constitution; including any illegal laws, federal laws or entities over anything not specifically enumerated in the constitution created by the federal government. This sentiment was often expressed by the Supreme Court concerning gay marriage suits with the brief and correct, “states rights” rebuttal before they caved on the issue…