Writing for the Tenth Amendment Center, a person finds oneself spending a lot of time and pixels defending the concept of nullification. These defenses generally take the form of answers to two questions. Is nullification a legally valid concept? Is nullification a good idea? The arguments about whether or not nullification is a good idea can often be split into whether it’s a good idea from a practical sense, and whether it’s a good idea from the philosophical sense.In this essay, I will address all of those questions.
First, using a single argument, which I believe is conclusive, I will demonstrate that nullification is, indisputably, a valid legal concept under our political system. Having accomplished that, I will next show that under our foundational principles, nullification is a philosophical necessity. Finally, I will advance an argument that the use of nullification will lead to an overall healthier society.
Read the rest via Why Nullification? Three Arguments | Tenth Amendment Center.
- Ron Paul on Nullification and the Fed (tenthamendmentcenter.com)
- Mark Levin and the Tenth Amendment Center (tomwoods.com)