What made me think of this post is this item in the New Mexico Telegram, which points out that a new nullification bill recently introduced into the New Mexico House is practically identical to a model bill available at the Tenth Amendment Center.
In 2006, the Tenth Amendment Center was one person — Michael Boldin — in a Los Angeles apartment. (Note the date, by the way: the Center was founded during the Bush years, so the thought controllers who attribute nullification talk to — what else? — “racism” would have a tough time explaining this away, if they were honest enough to report it in the first place.) Now it has chapters around the country, it’s consulted by major media on issues pertaining to decentralization, and it’s at over 60,000 likes on Facebook and rising quickly.
Michael did this with zero D.C. money, no start-up cash, no sugar-daddy donors, no political connections, nothing. He is a model for anyone wondering if one person can really accomplish anything.