California, whose capital is farther from Washington, D.C., than Tibet’s is from its Chinese masters in Beijing, steps up this week.
As The Tenth Amendment Center reports, state Rep. Tim Donnelly’s (R) AB351, a bill which starts the process of stopping “indefinite detention” under the National Defense Authorization Act has passed the state Assembly and is up for an important state Senate committee hearing and vote on June 25.
But California comes reluctantly to state sovereignty. Striving toward liberation of the inner-life sort since Sonny Barger’s bikers and Jack Kerouac’s dharma bums first found rude awakenings there, California now needs nullification. Possibly it needs nullification more than others as it seeks greater freedoms and more original awakenings.