Convention of States Project Presentation - Monday, August 15, 2016, 7:30PM at the Wayne Public Library
The U.S. federal government has grown far beyond the size and scope of the governmental structure the Founders created. Overspending, excessive regulations, the steady taking of liberty from the individual, are all a deviation from the original intent of the Constitution, and are creating a ruling elite in Washington, D.C.. Washington is broken and will not fix itself.
Gary Brenner, Convention of States Project NJ District Captain, will speak about the nationwide Convention of States(COS) Project and the role you can play in restoring our Constitution and fixing our federal government on Monday, August 15, at 7:30PM at the Wayne Public Library. Gary is a long time Wayne resident and has always had an interest in politics. Upon becoming aware of Article V of the Constitution and the COS Project, he was inspired to join the movement and contribute his time and effort to this cause.
Article V of the Constitution empowers the states to join together in calling a convention to propose amendments to the Constitution. Such amendments could impose fiscal restraints on the federal government, limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and limit the terms of office for federal officials and members of Congress. These types of amendments represent structural change to our government. Structural change is needed to rebalance power between the federal government, the states, and We the People, to right the course of our nation, and to preserve Liberty for current and future generations.
To date, the legislatures of 8 states have fully passed our application to Congress to call the convention and more are on the way.
If you are interested in learning more, please come and, if you like, join the discussion, ask questions on Monday, August 15, 7:30PM, at the Wayne Public Library, 461 Valley Rd., Wayne N.J. Feel free to bring your friends!
District Captain NJHD40
461 Valley Rd
Wayne, NJ 07470
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