Tag Archive | "nullification"

Nullification, part II

Thursday, December 31, 2009


Wow! I can see that the political philosophy of John C. Calhoun is alive and well in America today. But here’s my point. Clearly, elected officials in any state have the right to oppose, to question, to seek to amend, or to minimize the impacts of federal regulations/legislation that they deem inappropriate, badly drafted, burdensome, […]

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Radical conservatives seek to nullify health care legislation

Wednesday, December 30, 2009


The sweeping health care reform bill passed by both houses of Congress has yet to be reconciled and presented to the President for his signature, but revanchist uber-conservatives are already trying to undo it. Their plan: to amend state constitutions to make key provisions of the act unconstitutional. Here in Colorado, the feisty Jon Caldara […]

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