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It's time to smash the DC monopoly

Tom Coburn, former U.S. Senator and retired physician, appeared on C-SPAN's The Washington Journal to discuss why he left Washington early, and the growing movement to which he has dedicated the rest of his life.

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Tom Coburn: Out of controls feds will hit millennials hardest

Senator Tom Coburn says that millennials will be hardest hit by an out of control federal government, and explains why they must embrace the responsibility of taking back the government for themselves in part two his interview with Jeff Reynolds and PJ Media (see part one here).

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Insurers request double-digit premium rate increases for Obamacare plans next year

The federal government simply isn't capable of managing and regulating the nation's health insurance providers. Obamacare has been a disaster from the beginning, and now new reports are highlighting the increasingly heavy burden federal meddling is placing on the American people.

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Tom Coburn's new book explains how an Article V Convention can bypass a corrupt Congress

The following article was written by Jeff Reynolds and originally published on PJ Media.

Saying that Washington, D.C., is irrevocably broken and is structurally incapable of fixing itself, former Senator Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) has long advocated for an Article V Convention of States to propose new amendments to the Constitution. Now, Senator Coburn has written a book about it. In Smashing the DC Monopoly: Using Article V to Restore Freedom and Stop Runaway Government, Coburn explains how an Amendments Convention would bypass a corrupt Congress to return the federal government to the control of We The People as it was intended.

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Doc Thompson interviews Mark Meckler

A Convention of States allows the American people to "restrain the beast of the federal government," said Mark Meckler, Convention of States founder, on Doc Thompson's radio show last week. 

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Republicans don't like budget cuts, either

Ten percent. That’s how much President Trump wants to cut the budgets of domestic agencies and foreign aid. It isn't much, but it's a start.

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How we know an Article V Convention is a "Convention of States"

Those who oppose the Founder's solution to limiting the federal government often misconstrue the language of Article V and claim that it does not specify the kind of convention the states can call. 

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COMING SOON: "Smashing the DC Monopoly" by Sen. Tom Coburn

We're very pleased to announce the publication of a new book by Sen. Tom Coburn, Smashing the DC Monopoly: Using Article V to Restore Freedom and Stop Runaway Government.

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RedState: There's a storm brewing across the country

The following article was written by Teri Christoph and originally published on RedState.

Whilst the media is having a field day with the numerous antics currently playing out in DC, a movement toward a Convention of States is quietly playing out across the fruited plain. Last Friday, Missouri became the 12th state to adopt a resolution calling for a Convention of States.

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Let's repair the Republic, not just redecorate

Hopefully, we’ve finally read the last of the “first 100-days” assessments of the Trump administration. He won some, he lost some – now it’s time to move on. The real lesson to be learned is that no matter how imaginative we get with our selection of government officials, changing personnel can only go so far in correcting the course of our government. To achieve meaningful, lasting change, Americans must assert our ownership over the full panoply of our processes of self-governance.

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DNC launches anti-Trump "Resistance Summer"

The Democratic National Committee announced this week a new initiative they’re calling “Resistance Summer.”

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Convention of States Texas Director: "We're just getting started"

As Texas co-director Tamara Colbert explains in the video below, the Convention of States Project is just getting started in its mission to "Make Federalism Great Again."

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Fox News: "Push for Convention of the States to rein in government gains steam"

When Democrats launched into a spontaneous chorus of  "Na na na na, hey hey, goodbye"  on the House floor after the passage of the American Health Care Act last month, it may have marked a modern-day low mark in open hostility on the House floor.

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Levin: The push to amend the Constitution is the country's biggest story

It’s a potential revolution in the making.

It could lead to the greatest political transformation in recent American history.

And, all but unnoticed by the media, it may be the last, best chance for conservatives who want to restore constitutional government to the United States of America.

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Iowa Update: One America News speaks with IA State Director Sarah Haldeman

Get all the latest news from the Hawkeye State in this segment from One America News.

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Fires of Liberty is back! Get all your Convention of States updates with Clark and Quinn

After a brief hiatus, Ken Quinn and Ken Clark are back and ready to go!

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The DC circus is getting stranger

No one knows why President Trump fired former FBI director James Comey.

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FULL INTERVIEW: Mark Meckler on the Jim Bohannon Show

Mark Meckler appeared on the Jim Bohannon Show yesterday to discuss the state of the Article V movement and what he thinks the future will hold.

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Meckler: "Conservatives... what conservatives? Promises... what promises?"

Last week saw an historic accomplishment for the Convention of States Movement. Thanks to 125,000+ grassroots activists, Texas became the 11th state to pass the Convention of States resolution. Texas has joined the constitutional revolution brewing all across the nation. And there is a good reason that revolution is brewing.

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Fox News: Convention of States is a "remedy for Washington paralysis"

Everyone is talking about the recent victory in Texas, including one of the largest media outlets in the country.

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