Federal Law is not "Always Supreme"

Even though most people seem to believe it - and the government definitely acts as if it were true, federal law is not “always supreme” - all the time. Arguing in support of that requires ignoring the words of the supremacy clause - and the history of the American Revolution, which was a rejection of this kind of unlimited, centralized power. Path to Liberty: March 20, 2023

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