Monday, May 9, 2016


Via comment by  indyjonesouthere on North Carolina sues U.S. Justice Department in def... “Actually North Carolina has a good case. Rawls at Survivalblog had a small piece on Interposition doctrine at the end of todays post. Its under Jims quote of the day and well worth reading."

Jim’s Quote of the Day:

The doctrine that a state, in the exercise of its sovereignty, may reject a mandate of the federal government deemed to be unconstitutional or to exceed the powers delegated to the federal government. The concept is based on the 10th Amendment of the Constitution of the United States reserving to the states powers not delegated to the United States. Historically, the doctrine emanated from Chisholm v. Georgia, 2 Dallas 419, wherein the state of Georgia, when sued in the Supreme Court by a private citizen of another state, entered a remonstrance and declined to recognize the court’s jurisdiction. Amendment 11 validated Georgia’s position. Implementation of the doctrine may be peaceable, as by resolution, remonstrance or legislation, or may proceed ultimately to nullification with forcible resistance.” – Black’s Law Dictionary


  1. This is BS. The US gov is nothing more than an evil corporation. North Carolina's ruling falls under States
    Rights just like gay marriage, abortion, 14th Amendment, the
    right to secede and I would like to know what else has been
    stolen from the states. It is always the blackmail; if a
    school does not have any 'minorities' in the little school,
    the school gets no fed money even though fed money comes
    from the states. That ten miles square sure has grown.

    1. Thieves, Maryland and Virginia should take back their land.