The Post Office is supposed to be politically neutral, but a recent investigation by the Office of Special Counsel discovered that union postal workers got unpaid time off to campaign for liberals.Read more
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is working to revive a program that allows the government to seize private property
Putting the “right people” in DC can’t fix the federal government or guarantee more freedom for the American people. Take for instance Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to loosen restrictions on the constitutionally dubious practice of “civil asset forfeiture.”Read more
The federal government has taken over and destroyed the health care system. Obamacare was a disaster, and Congress isn’t offering any real solutions.Read more
In this extended interview, Sen. Tom Coburn explains in detail why he wrote his new book Smashing the D.C. Monopoly and how a Convention of States can fix the mess in D.C.Read more
Remember earmarks? Those special projects that members of Congress called essential to their constituents – but critics called pork?Read more
Federal spending is out of control, but Jim DeMint, former U.S. Senator and Senior Advisor to the Convention of States Project, has a few ideas about how to stop it.Read more
Dr. Tom Coburn, former U.S. Senator, appeared on One America News recently to give his unique perspective on the GOP plan to replace Obamacare.Read more
A new poll from the Associated Press has found that a full three-quarters of Americans believe they have too little influence in Washington politics.Read more
The following was written by Alexi McCammond and originally published on Axios.
Grassroots conservatives, especially those who support Trump, hate the media — but they're more upset with Congress for blocking Trump from getting things done, according to a new Convention of States (COS) Action survey shared exclusively with Axios.Read more
Today’s Twitter-dominated politics frequently seem removed from the lofty ideals of our Founding Fathers, but Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Bernard Bailyn explains we share a common (and perhaps perpetual) battle against one stubborn problem: cronyism. His stunning book, The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution, has now been published in a Fiftieth Anniversary Edition. In it, Bailyn explains two primary lenses through which to view the politics of pre-revolutionary America: political culture and political structure. In the process, he also helps us see our own political situation in a new light.Read more
National grassroots survey of conservative grassroots activists say lasting change can only come with a seismic shift at the federal level
A new, nationwide survey of more than 3,200 grassroots volunteers in all 50 states released today by Convention of States (COS) Action, highlights the burgeoning frustrations of the American people.Read more
The following article was written by Mark Daly and originally published on the Idaho Statesman. While the author erroneously refers to an Article V Convention of States as a "constitutional convention," we still wanted to call attention to his excellent observations regarding our nation's financial state.
Like a giant time bomb ticking away in reverse, the United States national debt marches upward, with no ceiling in sight and no credible solution to slow its skyrocketing trajectory. We add $1 million to the total every 77 seconds.Read more
We don't have to guess what the founders of our country believed about Article V: they've told us themselves.Read more
Last November, the American people spoke overwhelmingly in favor of the Republican agenda, giving the GOP majorities in the House and the Senate along with the White House.Read more
Grant Carson, a 16 year-old from California, speaks of his reverence for American history and concern for the future as he testifies at a legislative hearing in favor of the Convention of States Project resolution.Read more
The following excerpt was written by Larry Alton and originally published on The American Thinker.
Every few years, you’ll hear people discuss the idea of term limits, but the rumblings never amount to much. However, with the rise of Donald Trump -- a political outsider -- many on both sides of the party line are more interested than ever in sacking career politicians and introducing fresh faces to Washington.
Mike Ruthenberg, Executive Vice President for Citizens for Self Governance, appeared on The Daily Ledger last week to report the latest progress for Convention of States -- and why Congress should start getting ready for a major change.Read more