21 June 2013

Nullification 2.0?

I've posted about this topic before. (See here.) Now comes this headline today:

Federal Nullification Efforts Mounting in States:
Some states, such as Montana and Arizona, have said "no" to the feds again and again - passing states' rights measures on all four subjects examined by the AP - despite questions about whether their "no" carries any legal significance.
Obviously, this trumps academia's slander that "states' rights" is code language for slavery, blah, blah, blah and further exposes academia's politicization of history to advance their agenda.

More here.

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