Missouri Voters Nullify the ObamaCare “Individual Mandate”

As I write this, with 3,035 of 3,354 precincts reporting, Missouri’s voters support “Proposition C” to the tune of 72.7%. Here’s the full text, but the upshot is in the ballot description:

Shall the Missouri Statutes be amended to:

* Deny the government authority to penalize citizens for refusing to purchase private health insurance . . . → Read More: Missouri Voters Nullify the ObamaCare “Individual Mandate”

Nullification – A Way Out Of The Recession

Trace: Welcome back to the RunToGold Podcast, I have a special guest with us today, Thomas Woods. He is a senior fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute, a bastion for Austrian economics, he holds a degree from Harvard in history and a Ph.D. from Columbia, and he has a new book out called . . . → Read More: Nullification – A Way Out Of The Recession

Don’t Repeal/Litigate, Nullify/Interpose!

Well, they’ve gone and screwed it up — 14 state attorneys general have filed lawsuits against ObamaCare.

If the states really want to beat ObamaCare, litigation isn’t the way to go about it. Nullification/interposition is.

In litigation, the parties accept that the courts have jurisdiction over this or that issue, and walk away with . . . → Read More: Don’t Repeal/Litigate, Nullify/Interpose!