9 years ago (2010) Shane Killian did a series of short video lectures on the Constitution. This is #6 in the series. Who is the ultimate arbiter of the Constitution? This lecture answers that question and describes the power of the people through Jury Nullification.
When government does not follow the rules given to it, what do you do about it? So asks Michael Boldin, director and founder of the Tenth Amendment Center, at the beginning of the documentary Nullification: The Rightful Remedy. Produced by Jason Rink and the Tenth Amendment Center, the film is a concise, articulate, and engaging examination of how, as the title suggests, nullification is the “rightful remedy” to unconstitutional federal actions.
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They don't want us doing this. But we're doing it anyway, and we have been for years. "Nullification season" is what we call the time of year where most state legislatures are in session. On today's Good Morning Liberty, Michael Boldin covers some of first nullification bills to be introduced for 2019. There will be many, many more in other states soon too.
CBD has gone mainstream. It's available in thousands of products and even gets regular coverage in establishment publications like Consumer Reports and the Washington Post. The fact that this is happening with a product the DEA says is illegal proves the power of nullification.
On this episode of Good Morning Liberty, host Michael Boldin discusses a recent resurgence of jury nullification happening now in Georgia. Plus, he covers a few states - like Georgia - that expressly include this in their own constitutions. FEE report on Jury Nullification in Georgia https://fee.org/articles/nullify-drug-war-empower-juries-save-lives-all-in-a-days-work-for-this-heroic-defense-attorney/
Over the weekend, CNN reported that acting AG Matthew Whitaker told a crowd in Iowa a few years ago that he "believes" in nullification. The response has been a tidal wave of ignorance and near insanity. On today's Good Morning Liberty, Michael Boldin covers some of the general lies about the history of nullification. And, goes over one trick that some sneaky, partisan reporters use over and over.