It’s Majic. There IS a Way Out
Most Americans believe that the federal government stands absolutely supreme.
Nobody can question its dictates. Nobody can refuse its edicts. Nobody can resist its commands.
This is simply not true.
States Don’t Have to Comply: The Anti-Commandeering Doctrine
Laws passed in pursuance of the Constitution do stand as the supreme law of the land. But that doesn’t in any way imply the federal government lords over everything and everybody in America.
First off, as James Madison asserted in Federalist 45, the powers of the federal government are “few and defined.” So federal power actually extends into only a few spheres. Most power and authority was left to the states and the people.
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Very True. However, states have a monetary obligation to the FED, or at least most of them do, and if the state refuses, which they do have the right to do, they loose their Fed funding, and most states have sold out already.