For far too long, Americans have relied on the federal government to limit its own power, and for far too long, we’ve been disappointed. Over 200 years of American history has proven that there is nothing exceptional about our rulers in Washington and that they cannot be trusted to govern wisely. Tom Woods, author of such best-selling titles as The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History, Meltdown, Rollback, and others, makes an excellent case here for the principle of nullification, the idea that the states have an obligation to defend their citizens against the crimes of the federal government. After hearing more than one person strongly recommend this speech, I finally broke down and listened to it while ironing a week’s worth of clothing, and I’m glad I did. Check it out; you won’t be sorry.