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Convention of States: The Best Option

Folks everywhere agree that the federal government has grown too large and too powerful.  D.C. legislates on issues only the states should control, stealing decision-making power from the states and the people. But folks do not agree how to solve this...
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A COS: The Ultimate Survival Tactic

Calling all Floridians! Come see Michael Farris explain the COS Project live and in person! (And learn some great survival tactics while you’re at it.) Michael will speak at the Preparedness and Gun Expo in Lakeland, FL, on Saturday, November 2, at 10:45am....
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Federalism: the Best Medicine

Frustration with the federal government is nationwide. From Maine to California, folks are fed up with Washington’s health care “reform,” immigration “reform,” financial “reform,” and countless other missteps. But these issues are mere symptoms....
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Article V Symposium

You have an opportunity next week to hear three of the most prominent leaders of the Article V movement discuss the importance of using a Convention of States to halt the abuses of Washington,  D.C. The Article V Symposium featuring Professor Robert G....
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The Best Defense

On Saturday,  I took my family to Yorktown, Virginia,  to hear Robert Kelly,  Staff Counsel for the Convention of States Project,  debate Jeff Lewis,  National Director for Patriot Coalition.  The event was organized by The Constitution Leadership...
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Alaska House Passes Convention of States Application

The good news keeps rolling in. The Alaska House passed the Convention of States application on March 12 by a vote of 24-13. Thanks to everyone in Alaska who wrote an email or made a call.  Our team in Alaska has done a fantastic job, and we're proud...
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As Painful As Possible

“What is the purpose of government?” Thousands of people have written thousands of books trying to answer this question. Having spent four years at a college filled with government majors, I can tell you the answer is much more complicated than it...
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