The Last Word on Nullification is that There is Never a Last Word
I sent a copy of Publius-Huldah's excellent legal essay to my son, who gobbled it up and then took the occasion of his morning drive to call me about it. You see, he's a...
My Case for Nullification instead of an Article V Constitutional Convention
About a year ago I got involved in the Article V constitutional convention debate, such as there is one. I came at it through the back door, stemming from a debate between Mark Levin and Randy...
Michael Farris’ Convention of States Unmasked
"If God had not intended them to be sheared, he would not have made them sheep." --The bandit Calvera, "The Magnificent Seven" This story is about the Republican grass roots, the common man, the tea...
The Doctrine of Liberty, The Original Republican Brand, Who Owns It?
I claim primacy for the GOP that is the older of the two, as well as the one that claims the greater chance of actually growing in size
The Final Word on Nullification is That There Is Never a Final Word
Law: There can never be a legal Final Word on a point of law when that final word is political.