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Will our kids enjoy the same independence we do today?

This Fourth of July, as you sit at the dinner table or the picnic table, enjoying your bar-be-que and looking forward to tonight’s fireworks, ask yourself, “What kind of America will my children grow up in?”

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Stop DC! Michael Farris to host LIVE broadcast outlining plan to fight judicial overreach

Americans discouraged about the state of their country in the wake of recent Supreme Court rulings have cause to hope. As Michael Farris will explain during Monday’s exclusive Convention of States LIVE event, the framers of our Constitution provided a way for We the People to fight judicial tyranny.

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Feds light dummies on fire to warn about sparklers, fireworks

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) spent almost $20,000 on a video of dummies being blown to bits by fireworks and set on fire by sparklers.

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America needs true leadership

Now more than ever, America needs true leadership. Men and women who are willing to stand in the gap and stop the rampant abuse of power by the federal government.

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The Supreme Court redefining marriage is proof we need an Article V Convention

The Supreme Court has ruled. The Court—not the Constitution—has legalized same sex marriage. No one can legitimately contend to the contrary. This occurs one day after the Court rewrote the Obamacare legislation to save it from a pragmatic death.

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SCOTUS decisions underscore need for a Convention of States

Two ordinary days.

Two historic votes.

Two sad defeats for Freedom.

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Sen. Coburn on the Mark Levin Show to discuss SCOTUS, Convention of States (Listen)

Sen. Tom Coburn, Senior Advisor for the Convention of States Project, appeared on The Mark Levin Show to discuss the recent SCOTUS rulings, what they say about the state of our federal government, and what we can do about it.

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How to fight judicial tyranny

In Justice Scalia’s dissenting opinion in Obergefell v. Hodges he said, “It is of no special importance to me what the law says about marriage. It is of overwhelming importance, however, who it is that rules me. Today’s decree says that my Ruler, and the Ruler of 320 million Americans coast-to-coast, is a majority of nine lawyers on the Supreme Court.”

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China follows Russia's lead and steals data on 4 million federal employees

Do you feel secure?

Newstime is already full of stories of unrest, conflict, and violence. Now information theft is becoming another theme in the national news.

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Half-Baked: Executive overreach makes its way to your dinner table

The following article was written by Eric Peterson and originally published on

If you had to name a theme for Obama’s second term, it would be regulatory overreach. Despite the repeated rejection of the President’s most controversial proposals by lawmakers, Mr. Obama has turned to his “pen and his phone” (and the vast government bureaucracy he controls) to enact his extreme and often unpopular agenda. Examples of the kind of executive overreach that have come to define his presidency include unilateral changes to Obamacare, sweeping new rules issued by the FCC designed to impose centuries railroad-style regulations on the internet, and the far-reaching and expensive red tape he is seeking to impose on our electricity grid including airline emissions, trucking companies, and even humble wood-burning stoves. The latest overreach, however, may quite literally take the cake and comes to us courtesy of the Food and Drug Administration. This sweeping regulation will directly affect what kinds of food we are allowed to purchase at our neighborhood grocery store.

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The Need for a Convention of the States

The following article was written by Dennis Lund and originally published on The American Thinker.

Our freedom was won at the cost of blood by men desirous of liberty unconstrained by tyrannical authority, and responding to unacceptable tyranny from a malevolent king.

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SEN. TOM COBURN: King v. Burwell Ruling Reveals There Is “No Longer Any Balance of Power in the Federal Government”

PURCELLVILLE, Va., June 25, 2015 – The Convention of States Project denounces today’s Supreme Court ruling in King v. Burwell that proves once again the people don’t stand a chance against the ruling elite in Washington, D.C. Worse yet, the Court’s decision to ignore the law-as-written sets a precedent that completely strips Congress of its role in the legislative process and destroys the balance of power within the federal government. 

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Watchdog to reveal evidence was destroyed during probe of IRS targeting

A congressional hearing Thursday morning is expected to reveal evidence was destroyed during the investigation into the IRS targeting scandal, months after the agency was told to preserve documents, Fox News is told. 

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White House reportedly hid extent of Office of Personnel Management hack

The Obama administration reportedly concealed the true amount of information compromised by a cyberattack on the federal Office of Personnel Management (OPM) for several days after the initial disclosure of the hack, according to a published report. 

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Delaware Introduces Convention of States Resolution

Ladies and gentlemen, we are excited to announce that the state of Delaware has officially introduced SCR 31 - the Convention of States resolution!

Prime Sponsor, Senator Lawson filed the resolution, that if passed, will apply for a “Convention of the States under Article V of the United States Constitution to propose certain amendments relating to the federal government.”

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Find your representatives in one simple step

Educating state legislators of the importance of an Article V Convention of States is a key step in the success of our movement. But you can't education your legislator if you don't know who he/she is!

That's where our new representative lookup tool comes in.

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Why a Convention of States is safe

The most common objection to an Article V convention is called the “runaway convention” objection.

It envisions a doomsday scenario in which delegates disregard the original issue, rewrite the Constitution, and change the entire American system of government. While this initial response is understandable, it is based on fear and misinformation.

Here are the facts:

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Feds can't verify $2.8 billion in Obamacare subsidies

CMS does not know if subsidies went to ‘confirmed enrollees, in the correct amounts.’

The federal government cannot verify nearly $3 billion in subsidies distributed through Obamacare, putting significant taxpayer funding “at risk,” according to a new audit report.

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Congress paddles toward a shutdown

Today in federal incompetence...

Congress is slowly paddling toward a government shutdown.

The fight over government spending that has dominated much of the decade, calmed for two years because of a bipartisan deal, is roaring back to life.

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Journalist gets the boot, not allowed to cover Hillary campaign

The following excerpt was written by David Martokso and published on the

Driving through New Hampshire in the rain without knowing where you're headed is an unnerving experience, but that's where I found myself this morning after Hillary Clinton's staff said I wouldn't be allowed to do my job reporting on her campaign.

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