03-28-11: THIS EVENT IS CANCELED. THANK YOU FOR EVERYONE AND ALL THE GROUPS THAT HAVE BEEN WORKING TO PUT THIS TOGETHER! OUR APOLOGIES FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.
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 Obamacare, stimulus spending, and other unconstitutional expansions of federal power through nullification
- 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.
Jim Babka is a writer, activist, and former radio talk-show host. He currently serves as president of the Downsize DC Foundation and DownsizeDC.org, which states as its mission, “We believe the federal government has grown too centralized, too intrusive, and too expensive. We believe in constitutional limits, smaller government, civil liberties, federalism, and low taxes. We want to end laws and programs that don’t work, cause harm, and violate the Constitution. We want to restore the full force of the 9th and 10th amendments, which reserve most social functions to the people and the states.”
Michael Boldin is the founder and director of the Tenth Amendment Center, based in Los Angeles, CA. Boldin and the Tenth Amendment Center have been leading the charge to re-educate the American public on the meaning and importance of decentralization as a path to liberty – which is just what the Tenth Amendment affirmed in the U.S. Constitution. His bottom line is the Constitution – “every issue, every time, no exceptions, no excuses.”
Showtime: 10am-5pm. Arrive early. Lunch will be available from the on-site cafe.
Parking: Click here for driving directions and parking information
Minnesota History Center:
345 W. Kellogg Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55102
Tickets: Each ticketing price level will allow you to sit in a specified section in unassigned seats, first-come first-serve.