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The United Kingdom voted yesterday to leave the European Union, a move that shocked many and precipitated the resignation of British Prime Minister David Cameron. Driving the campaign to leave was one simple idea: residents of the UK should make laws for the UK.Read more
Last year I wrote an article exposing the hypocrisy of The John Birch Society (JBS), proving that their Founder Robert Welch and his successor, Larry McDonald, supported the convention process in Article V as a means to adopt the Liberty Amendment (see The John Birch Society Denies Its History and Betrays Its Mission). JBS president, John McManus has long denied this truth and insisted:Read more
Former U.S. Senator Tom Coburn appeared on CNBC recently to address the arming of non-military government agencies like the IRS. Now the Washington Free Beacon has published more details on this issue, and the problem is even worse than we feared...Read more
A huge gap exists between the average American and the so-called "elite" in Washington, D.C. We the People have felt this way for years, and now a new poll from the Rasmussen Report has confirmed it.Read more
When interpreting a legal document, you often can get clues from looking at any predecessors to the document. For example, what did earlier drafts say? What did previous documents that served as models provide? Did the framers of the final version mirror earlier wording, or did they change it?Read more
Something strange is happening. The IRS and other non-defense-related federal agencies are stockpiling firearms and ammunition. Former U.S. Senator Tom Coburn appeared on CNBC recently to break down this odd phenomenon -- and what we can do to address it.Read more
In Washington, D.C., politics trump truth -- every time.Read more
It's a common question: what, exactly, are the problems the Convention of States Project aims to fix?
The are four, and they must be addressed if we want to preserve liberty in our country.Read more
WATCH: Article V experts strategize with policy experts and business leaders at the Convention of States Policy Summit
We're working every day to promote and expand the dream of a limited federal government. Part of that work involves meeting with policy experts and business leaders to discuss the best ways to pursue the first-ever Article V Convention of States. That's exactly what we did recently at the Convention of States Policy Summit, and we wanted everyone to get a sense of what took place.
One of the most oft-repeated criticisms of the Article V Convention of States process is that we don't know how a Convention of States will operate. Actually, as the video below demonstrates, we know quite a bit.
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A high-ranking Republican senator said Thursday that he fears that the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) climate rule could give it power to regulate the entire industrial sector.Read more
A Convention of States could be a richly rewarding process -- both for this generation and generations to come. But what, exactly, do we stand to gain by calling an Article V Convention? As Michael Farris explains in the video below, quite a bit.Read more
The following article was written by Jody Gallaway and originally published on Fox News Opinion.
It is getting harder and harder, and in legal terms more dangerous, to be an American farmer these days, thanks to the aggressive behavior of the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.Read more
Only one group is more powerful than the federal government, and, as Mark Levin explains, the future of our country depends on uniting behind them to call a Convention of States.Read more
The IRS’ computer hack was worse than previously admitted, and the tax agency failed to alert thousands of people that their information was stolen, and didn’t give credit monitoring assistance to nearly 80,000 others who were targeted, an inspector general said Wednesday.Read more
The United States is over $19 trillion in debt. The economy is sluggish. Overbearing regulations keep small businesses on the ground, and the American worker continues to face a tough job market. Meanwhile, the federal government flushes millions of dollars down the drain every day.Read more