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@RightDetour Article 4, Section 2 does no such thing. Technically it could be used regarding fugitive slaves. Slaves were not protected under the Constitution. However, it cannot be construed in any way to allow the Federal government the authority to enact laws that suspend or supercede the constitutional articles and amendments, other than to change it by the amending process.
1 year, 11 months ago on Eric Holder Threatens Kansas in Letter on Gun Control Nullification Law
@chazedw Can I quote you on that ad infinitum?
@GrumpyOldGoat I do not see where we have any point of actual disagreement, with the possible exception of how we have learned to perceive the rule of law per the Constitution. If it says one thing in the accepted law of the land (constitution), which branch of the federal government has the right to overrule it?
If one has studied his/her American History they will know that it was a union of states that created the federal government and allocated the powers to it that are defined in the Constitution. The federal government has no right to make laws that violate the confines of the constitution, nor does any administration have the authority to bypass the articles or defy the will of Congress, which technically is supposed to reflect the will of the people (well, not so much these days. Some are as bad as Obama).
One of the very few Governors in the US with the brass to stand up to Obama and his thugs. As an aside, if any LEO comes to your door asking to see your firearms (assuming you have any) politely ask them to present a warrant. DO NOT LET THEM IN YOUR DOOR!! You are supposedly protected by your 4th Amendment rights. If you let them in or tell them you are in possession of a firearm, you have abdicated your 5th amendment right against self-incrimination. So be very careful. If they insist on coming in,or force their way in, or arrest you, they can have a massive civil suit on their hands. Just be sure you know your rights beforehand.
Just another injustice at the office. Monkey business as usual.
1 year, 11 months ago on BREAKING: Docs Show Janet Napolitano Thanked Missouri Governor For Breaking State Law – Tenth Amendment Center Blog
This "student" should be teaching some of our lefty college professors a few things about history.
1 year, 11 months ago on There’s Nothing Radical about Nullification
Unfortunately, many federal laws currently in place are questionable with regard to the Constitution, yet they remain. Now we have a president who thinks he can just make laws up out of his head without benefit of Congressional approval and often in conflict with his duties as president as detailed in the Constitution.
2 years, 1 month ago on The 2nd Amendment Preservation Act is Constitutional