Convention of States

Clair Moyer

The inauguration is over and we have our 45th president. Whether you like, dislike, agree or disagree, it is your duty and obligation to support the new president.

It is time to stop complaining and get involved. How? Through the Convention of States. Although this was enacted under Article V of the U.S. Constitution many of us don’t even know it exists or what power it grants us.

Our education curriculum should have a required course titled “Government,” whereby the Constitution is studied and debated to inspire and prepare our young for the possiblity of becoming our future leaders. It would teach them the differences between communism and democracy. Teach them the differences between conservatism, liberalism and socialism, including the costs to society for each.

Article V provides us a process by which we have a say so in and control over the federal government.

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