By Kyle Sherard
North Carolina is no stranger to the New York Times’ editorial and op-ed pages — particularly in the last 2 years. The paper has written editorials that tackled issues ranging from the impact of campaign finance laws on state-level elections to the recent political and financial reforms emanating from Raleigh. But on Wednesday, Biltmore Lake was the chosen location of one Op-Ed penned by Asheville resident Robert Levy. A chairman for the Cato Institute, a Washington-based Libertarian think-tank founded by one of the Koch brothers, Levy wrote the following opinion piece regarding the theory of nullification, states’ rights and pending gun legislation in the state of Missouri.
Read it here: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/04/opinion/the-limits-of-nullification.html?ref=opinion&_r=1&