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Thursday, November 22, 2012

Secession and nullification- Two good articles


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Secession and nullification- Two good articles
Posted By: Basil [Send E-Mail]
Date: Thursday, 22-Nov-2012 10:13:21

~Basil
http://lewrockwell.com/dilorenzo/dilorenzo243.html
The American Tradition of Secession
by Thomas J. DiLorenzo
Secession is a deeply [held] American principle. This country was born through secession." ~ Ron Paul
Leftists and neocons in the media who tend to agree on the propriety and desirability of an ever-growing welfare/warfare/police state were predictably apoplectic when Ron Paul recently stated on his House Web site that secession is "a deeply American principle." Congressman Paul was alluding to the fact that all fifty states have sent secession petitions to the White House.
Typical of the media response was a snotty remark by one Robert Schlesinger, the son of Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., who is the "managing editor of opinion" of the soon-to-go-out-of-business U.S. News. Ron Paul is "deeply wrong," he moaned, calling the congressman a "crank" and predicting that he "will soon be forgotten." Robert Schlesinger’s bad manners are matched by his utter ignorance of American history. ......
http://lewrockwell.com/woods/woods213.html
The Anti-Nullifiers
by Thomas E. Woods, Jr.
These days there has been a lot of talk of nullification – the refusal of a state to allow the enforcement within its borders of an unconstitutional federal law – and even secession. This is not allowed in the United States. We are supposed to let the New York Times dictate the terms of the national debate, and the Times has not indicated that these topics are on the table for discussion. ..

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