Jack Hunter is a columnist for The American Conservative, the Charleston City Paper & Contributing Editor to Young American Revolution.
Visit his website at http://www.southernavenger.com/
Stewart Rhodes is the founder and Director of Oath Keepers. He served as a U.S. Army paratrooper until disabled in a rough terrain parachuting accident during a night jump.
Visit his website at http://www.oathkeepers.org
Joe Wolverton, II Since 2000, Joe has been a featured contributor to The New American magazine.
Doug Tjaden is the Executive Director of the Sound Money Center
Visit his website at www.soundmoneycenter.org
Georgia State Representative Jason Spencer is honored to serve the people from House District 180, which includes all of Camden County and a portion of Glynn County.
Michael Boldin is the founder and director of the Tenth Amendment Center,
Jason Rink is the executive director of the Foundation for a Free Society.
Mike Maharrey is the Communications Director for the Tenth Amendment Center.
But what IS nullification? How does it happen and work? Since September 2010, the Tenth Amendment Center has been hosting a national tour to educate and activate people on this topic. People are learning the constitutional basis, when it’s been used in history, and how it is happening around the country and how YOU can stop DC right in your own state.
Through historical writings, case studies, and speeches by the Founding Fathers, our speakers will give you a logical, moral, and constitutionally sound case for nullification, revealing:
–How we can roll back unconstitutional expansions of federal power through nullification
–Why the Founding Fathers believed that nullification was the “moderate middle ground”
–Why the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution gives the states the power to nullify unconstitutional laws
–Why states – not the Supreme Court – should arbitrate disputes between the states and the federal government over the constitutionality of the federal government’s actions.