An Introduction to the History, Constitutionality, and Practical Applications of Nullification
No matter where you sit on the political spectrum, the things most people want to accomplish in Washington D.C. almost never happen. Sure, sometimes you get part of what you want, but it’s almost never the real deal.
Just think of the antiwar activists who helped elect a so-called “peace president” only to get new wars in their name. Or the conservatives who helped elect a so-called “small-government conservative” president who expanded federal power over almost everything they wanted left to the states.
And everyone ended up with a series of presidents who expanded surveillance powers beyond anything George Orwell ever dreamed of. The government reads your emails, monitors your phone calls, tracks your location through your cell phone and even your license plate – and that’s just scratching the surface.
Let’s face it; while the establishment media would have you believe the so-called “other side” is always about to take over and destroy everything you love – this is just a tactic to keep you stuck in a rut where nothing ever gets accomplished.
They’re all bad, and virtually all the solutions both sides give you are bad too. So what can we do?
Here’s a little hint to start – Stop everything you’ve been doing – or not doing for that matter – and throw it in the trash. It’s not working.
We’re going to start from scratch with a new approach that’s actually been around for a long time. And that’s what we’re exploring in this book.
Paperback: 52 pages
Publisher: Tenth Amendment Center (2018)