Judge Napolitano on Nullification and the Constitutional Timothy Jones Jr. trial: testimony 1 day ago   02:50

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"The power that the States gave to the Federal Government - they can take back. They can even Nullify!"

This is an excerpt of his lecture on "What Ever Happened to the Constitution?"

Full video here: https://ai-tube.com/videoai/0fAJovNZs80
Recorded 29 July 2010 in Auburn, Alabama.

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Richard Misel jr
I wish he would run for president. I would vote for him in a second.!
Jeff Maehr
States rule the Federal government and the People rule the States.  ANY QUESTIONS?
ward hubbard
We need someone in the White House, who knows our constitution, and sees the flaws of this corrupt system which is now killing democracy and our republic. But most of all, who is not affiliated with the standard two parties that has a stranglehold on our system of government. One who doesn't owe the good 'ol boy, business as usual system nothing, please consider Judge Andrew Napolitano. 
Anthony C
Icelandia and the western frontier did not lead to authoritarianism socialism.
Rustedblade
Anarchy is a weapon employed by Tyrants and Dictators! Every example of Anarchy I can think of in History led to Authoritarian Socialism/Communism
Jack Crawford
Anarchy is not the solution to tyranny. It will just encourage tyrannical groups fighting among themselves.
CodeNameV
But the Supreme Court says ObamaCare is constitutional, so the states are not allowed to nullify it.
Julie Moran
It means that the federal government, in exercising any of the powers enumerated in the Constitution, must prevail over any conflicting or inconsistent state exercise of power.

That bit between the coma's, that's what you're missing in your understanding. And that bit's important because when the FED ceases to adhere to the REAL law of this land, the Constitution and create laws that conflict with IT!, not the other way around.
Justin barletta-rothfeld
Kissing men like a true Roman!
GiveMeLiberty2
True there. "The Congress shall have Power To...", Art, 1, Sec. 8, Cl. 17.
GiveMeLiberty2
"...any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding." Art. 6, Cl 2.
Then there is the 9th. and 10th. Amendments.
Glen Bradley
"which shall be made in Pursuance thereof;" or pursuant to. Only those laws pursuant to the powers granted in the US Constitution are the supreme law of the land. Anything else is null and void within the paradigm of the Article 6 Supremacy Clause alone.
CodeNameV
Then by all means, please explain it.
JIMMYEDSEL
You need a better understanding of the supremacy clause and what it is addressing, in total.
CodeNameV
Sorry, but the Supremacy Clause states that the states don't have a right to overrule federal law.
ljwoolley1950
It sounds good to me. Any suggestions? If I had the money, I would file charges on 99% of them myself!
ljwoolley1950
It sounds good to me. Any suggestions? If I had the money, I would file charges on 99% of them myself!
altops
what about it? We the People are Supreme to ourselves and the Fed is Supreme to itself and limited function, not to add powers where none were granted!
altops
Letz start the "Constitutional Compliance Commission"! With full prosecutorial powers against those and only those who ever swore an Oath to the Constitution and who are in active service , duty, or elected or appointed Office. And prosecute unconstitutional activities by our elected and appointed reps.
dohshin
I hope you not to forget the core problem of the present Earth world.
It is the fact that the private banks issuing money to claim the wealth
the money is to represent as their private property. But they have no
reason nor right to do so as printing paper nor casting coins create no
wealth. The fact is that the poor people of the world makes the number
the private banks issue worth of anything with their labours and
generosity not to take more than the needs of their livings.
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