Category: Nullification

Nullification

Following up on my post last week on jury nullification I would like to now delve into State Nullification. Jury nullification is a right of the sovereign individual to exert their authority over that entity (government) whom they have created and granted limited authority to act on their behalf. Likewise, the states (acting on behalf […]

March 11 / 2013
Author Greg Morin
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Parental responsibilities and authority have well understood boundaries even though no formal written contract exists between parent and child. It is wholly non-controversial that any parent exceeding such boundaries should have their authority curtailed if not entirely rescinded. It is then a rather curious circumstance that when government, whose duties and authorities are clearly articulated […]

March 04 / 2013
Author Greg Morin
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