Wait until state legislatures experience resistance from 'in-the-club' statist judges as citizen jurors become increasingly aware of their natural rights guaranteed under their Constitutions, federal and state. Our imperial magistrates are about to learn that many of their "legal" laws are unlawful under a citizen's right as reserved by their state's sovereignty. They, nor the Supreme Court, Congress (un-constutuional laws are treasonous), or President are not the Rule of the Land. Tell them so. You want legislative action, not words of promise.
The Republican politicians are hunkered down in their foxholes with their helmets pulled down tight. They're OK with letting the Democrats shoot themselves. Our solution - - if you don't like either candidate this November, then don't vote the 'lesser-of-two-evils' - - don't vote for either! Let the Party(s) kill themselves. Don't put yourself to blame.
From gun control, abortion, healthcare to immigration (authorizing states to defend their borders), and so on, the people will now have the blessed opportunity to be a positive participant in the reclamation of their individual liberties for themselves and fellow Americans.
This re-discovery should sweep our state legislatures like a prairie fire with the firemen on the other side. Don't just sit there waiting for someone else to do YOUR job -- light a match!
New Hampshire Looks to Ensure Juries Are Informed of the ‘Nullification’ Principle
Not all juries are created equal. These days, nowhere is that clearer than in New Hampshire.
A bill introduced earlier this month in the Granite State’s House of Representatives would require judges to tell juries in every criminal case that they are free to exercise a long-standing but controversial power called “nullification.” That means jurors can vote to acquit defendants not only if they have reasonable doubt of guilt, but also if they simply don’t agree with the underlying law.
Just a quick clarification on the author’s comments about FIJA:
In recent years, libertarian activists—namely a Montana group called the Fully Informed Jury Association—have lobbied statehouses on the issue, pushing them to enact laws ensuring juries are informed of their nullification powers. A number of states, including Montana, Iowa, Alaska and Tennessee, have considered bills to expand the practice.
“There’s movement on this issue, and we’re thrilled about it,” said Kirsten Tynan, the organization’s executive director. “The prisons are filled, and too many people are going away for small crimes, victimless crimes. Juries need to know they can put an end to this.”
FIJA national is a strictly educational outreach organization, which does not do any lobbying. We neither support nor oppose any piece of legislation, candidate, or political party. FIJA volunteers at state and local levels are free to engage in activity as they see fit, and many have written, sponsored, or supported fully informed jury legislation in their communities. Additionally, we are not “libertarian activists”. We are juror education activists, and have activists and supporters from across the political spectrum.