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Amend the Constitution: Founders knew this time would come

By Heather Moon We are in the throes of a new administration, but much remains the same. Congress is, for the most part, the same self-serving group who did not have the backbone to stand up to the unconstitutional executive … Continue reading

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Why conservatives must engage in the Article V Convention of States debate

By: Jen Kuznicki | January 31, 2017 For the past few years, a growing number of conservatives have been calling for an Article V Convention of the States be convened as a way to check the incredible power of the … Continue reading

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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? … Continue reading

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Call a convention

Vicki Martin Article 5 of the U.S. Constitution empowers citizens to amend the 1789 U.S. Constitution as needs arise — now 27 SINGLE SUBJECT amendments. Republicans and Democrats are complicit in nearly doubling the national debt since 2008 to 19.3 … Continue reading

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AMENDING THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION FROM THE TRENTON STATE HOUSE

JOHN REITMEYER | JANUARY 27, 2017 A grassroots movement hopes to use Article 5 to convene a Constitutional convention called by state legislatures across the country. It’s been 25 years since the U.S. Constitution was last amended, but a national … Continue reading

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Speakers to discuss “Convention of States” movement to amend Constitution

By James Chilton, Wyoming Tribune Eagle CHEYENNE – It’s no secret that many Americans have found themselves increasingly frustrated with the U.S. government in recent years. The culprits behind that dissatisfaction are myriad, and can vary depending on who you … Continue reading

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A more engaged citizenry is his New Year’s resolution

By Amy Eddings – aeddings@civitasmedia.com January is for resolutions. The start of a new spin around the sun by Mother Earth seems to require some sort of new spin in our lives. Lose weight. Be on time. Stop biting fingernails. … Continue reading

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Texas Governor Abbott’s Timing Ripe for COS

The 85th Texas legislative session is just around the corner. It begins on January 10, 2017 and priorities have already been set. A Convention of States is high on the list. The Texas Lt. Governor sent out a press release … Continue reading

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A Proposed House Rule Could Lead to Good Constitutional Amendments

from CATO AT LIBERTY On Monday, House Republicans will vote on a possible addition to the House Rules proposed by Rep. Kevin Cramer (R-ND) and endorsed by Rep. Pete Sessions (R-TX), Chair of the House Rules Committee. The proposed “Tenth … Continue reading

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