Walker Won’t Do It – So Will a County Clerk Defy the Federal Tyrant?

America’s founders never intended state governments to be mere conduits or implementation centers for immoral and unjust Federal government laws, policies, regulations, and court opinions as they have today. They understood that the Constitution limited the Federal government’s power. For example, James Madison, often called the Father of the Constitution, wrote in Federalist No.45, “The powers delegated by the proposed Constitution to the federal government are few and defined. Those which are to remain in the State governments
are numerous and indefinite.”

Should the Federal government exceed its constitutional boundaries and invade the powers of the States, Madison described their remedy in Federalist No.46. He wrote…[to read the rest of the article click here]