With the increasing number of Americans joining the Convention of States Project, it's more important than ever to understand how the Article V process works.Read more
In the video below, Mark Levin talks to Sean Hannity about why the Trump administration should take a look at Convention of States.Read more
Dave Magnesen, a District Captain from Utah, explains in the video below why he's working so hard to ensure that Utah becomes the 13th state to call for a Convention of States.Read more
Five Supreme Court justices ruled over the weekend that governments can dictate how private property owners must parcel their land, even if that renders the value of the land worthless.Read more
In the video below, William shares why he volunteers as a District Captain for Convention of States Utah, and how we can use Article V to return public lands to the states.Read more
Taxpayers spent $100 million on Afghan army uniforms that may have actually made them a better target for enemies because an Afghan minister "liked what he saw."Read more
The United States is rich in geographic diversity. What other country has Arizona’s desert, Alaskan ice caps, Mississippi’s swamps, Tennessee’s hills, Florida’s mangrove wetlands, and Michigan’s great lakes?Read more
The Constitution was ratified 229 years ago today, and some people still believe this myth about what happened
Today marks the 229th anniversary of the Constitution’s ratification, as New Hampshire became the ninth and last necessary state to agree to the new document on June 21, 1788.Read more
Roger Marsh of The Bottom Line Show interviewed COS Senior Advisor Tom Coburn about his blockbuster new book Smashing the DC Monopoly.Read more
David Schneider, Regional Director for Convention of States Project, appeared on Wichita Liberty TV to discuss the ongoing efforts across the country to call the first-ever Convention of States.Read more
Former U.S. Senator Jim DeMint has been involved in prestigious organizations throughout his career, and now he's thrown his considerable influence behind the Convention of States Project.Read more
As the U.S. national debt climbs ever closer to $20 trillion, many Americans are wondering if there is any way to curb federal spending. One former senator has a plan.
In the wake of this week's shooting at a Republican congressional baseball practice, many Americans are wondering whether there is any hope for national unity in this particularly divisive political climate.Read more
Ever wonder what it's like being a volunteer for the Convention of States Project?Read more
When highly respected, Constitution-loyal, former Washington, D.C., “insiders” begin throwing their weight behind a single constitutional strategy for putting a collar on the federal beast, all of us D.C. “outsiders” should heed their advice: The beast just won’t be collared any other way.