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@KeithSmelser I'm well up on it.
2 years ago on Colorado NDAA Nullification Introduced – Tenth Amendment Center Blog
@AnthonyRochon Ok I hear you but versions of NDAA and NDRP have been on the books since the 1960. Don't get me wrong I disagree with it almost completely except for in times of war. Which from what I understand is why they were written in the first place. (I'm so glad I read twice I almost got you wrong) But correct me if I'm wrong are they not going to act federally. They have pretty much nulled the constitutional authority over them, at least on paper. It seems every EO drafted or redrafted since Dec 31,2011 has been to accomplish this. And again correct me if I'm wrong but Is it the the current "redrafts" that have them stepping over the lines with these two specifically. P.S anything you will add is great. I love learning and reading about this stuff. Ears and Eyes open.
The problem is that Federal Trumps State Law. As Dual Sovereignty. State Constitution is only a broader definition of Federal. State can only write law that is equal to or greater than Federal. If a State Law is written that goes against Federal, Federal is Supreme. Current Example: Californias Marijuanas Law goes against Current Federal. This is why they can come in raid those pot stores and seize it.The only way a state can act one hundred percent sovereign is to petition and remove them selves from the United States.Which has only happened once to my knowledge in 1860. And was known as the Confederate State of America and is called Secession.