We've all been there. It's 10:30 p.m., and someone on Facebook is repeating nonsense about a "runaway convention" and "George Soros."
You know they're mistaken, but you're not sure how to respond. Here's what you can do.
We've published a page on the website called Responses to Convention of States Opposition, which you can find under the "Learn" tab.
This page includes links to articles that answer the most oft-repeated "arguments" against the Framer's solution to federal overreach. Questions like, "Do the states really control a Convention of States?" and "Did the 1787 convention really run away?" are all answered in clear, succinct fashion. Here's a sample from the page:
This article by Michael Farris directly and thoroughly responds to the 16 so-called “unanswerable” questions posed by the John Birch Society.
If you’ve been wondering about state nullification of federal laws, you’ll want to read this document.
The law is clear: if 34 states apply, Congress must call a Convention of States. We explain the details in this document.
All that and more is available on the Responses to Convention of States Opposition page.