The Book That Makes DC Shake in Its Boots
The Book Washington D.C Is Afraid Of
by Robert Wenzel
It should be obvious to every observant American that the government based out of Washington D.C. is out of control. From a country founded on the concept of freedom, the executive branch, the legislative branch and the judicial branch ignore the fundamental precepts of the Constitution and attempt to regulate “the People” and take at will.
It seems there is little “the People” can do, with all three branches of government ganging up against them. Tom Woods, though, argues that there is something that can be done, and that something is nullification.
In a brilliant book, Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century, Woods’ educates readers on the Constitution, and what it means, in a manner that most assuredly you did not learn in High School or college. Most importantly, Woods focuses on the concept of nullification, a concept that goes back to Thomas Jefferson. The concept being that states have the right to nullify unconstitutional laws.