There is next to zero chance that my comment on this fifth-grade research paper masquerading as a critique of Martha Dean will make it through moderation, so I reproduce it here: “Almost every single sentence in this post is wrong. Your view of the Supremacy Clause is wrong, your… Read More
Archives for October 2010
“Heath law’s fate tied to state races,” says Politico .
A reader tells me the major Connecticut papers are having a field day with GOP state attorney general candidate Martha Dean because of her support of nullification. Poor Thomas Jefferson: he’s become radioactive in his own country. I’m afraid my schedule is impossible right now… Read More
I’ve just added a nullification section to the site’s Articles page and a bunch of new videos to the Audio/Video page. And don’t forget my Learn Austrian Economics resource. Finally, check out my upcoming appearances : next stops are Grand Canyon University (Phoenix), Boise State University, and Illinois State… Read More
Martha Dean, the Republican nominee for attorney general in Connecticut, repeated her support for state nullification of unconstitutional federal laws in last night’s debate. She opened up my book Nullification and quoted from Jonathan Trumbull, the nineteenth-century Connecticut governor who declared: “Whenever our national legislature is… Read More
Gary North is tenacious. You don’t want him as your lifelong opponent, because he’ll never stop. He spent 37 years on a 25+ volume economic commentary on the Bible. His time preference is very low, as the Austrians would say. And Ellen Brown, who would… Read More
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