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A First Step to Legalized Raw Milk | Alaska

JUNEAU, Alaska– Last week, the Alaska House passed a bill that would legalize raw milk and herd share agreements for the distribution of legalized raw milk in the state. Passage ...

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What the Most Successful Nullification Efforts Have in Common

March 16, 2021 Activism / Nullification 1

By: Michael Boldin Looking at the top-3 most successful nullification efforts in history – is there something to learn that will help us with efforts to advance liberty today and in ...

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The Nullification Movement is a Revolution in Thought

By: Mike Maharrey We are in the midst of a revolution. But it’s not a revolution in the sense most people think of. It’s not a war fought with guns and ...

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New Evidence: The Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 Were All About Nullification

By: Mike Maharrey Nullification skeptics will often argue that the Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 weren’t actually proposing nullification. They base their argument on the fact that John Breckinridge removed specific references ...

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James Madison Rebukes Nullification Deniers

March 7, 2020 Nullification 0

By Publius Huldah This is The Age of Ignorance. Our “intellectuals” can’t think.  Our “scholars” parrot each other. Ignorant people pontificate on constitutional issues or fixate on idiotic theories.  Our ...

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Nullification Movement News: Surveillance, Asset Forfeiture, Prohibition & More

By: Michael Boldin With 2020 upon us, Michael Boldin reports on the latest nullification bills for the upcoming legislative session. From mass surveillance – stingray spying, facial recognition and others ...

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Will Nullification Lead to Civil War?

By: Brion McClanahan Does nullification naturally lead to civil war? If you listen to the establishment then the answer would be yes. These people believe that nullification clearly created the ...

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Today in History: Kentucky Resolutions Passed on Nov. 10, 1798

By: Mike Maharrey Would the proposed Constitution create the limited federal government promised? That was the central question facing the ratifying conventions as America considered adopting the new Constitution. Those ...

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The Great American Experience

by KrisAnne Hall, JD So often I hear from well-intentioned people, "it’s too late to fix what's wrong with our federal government" or "The government is out of control, it’s ...

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What Do We Do About it When the Feds Violate the Constitution?

By: Michael Boldin Most people tell us the way to deal with violations of the Constitution is to “vote the bums out” or to “sue them in federal court.” Most ...

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