Hillary Clinton recently announced her opposition to the 3 million-plus grass-roots activists seeking to use the Article V Convention of States process to reclaim their government. According to Clinton, this effort to invoke the states’ power to propose constitutional amendments limiting the feds is part of an “insidious right-wing agenda.” She thus joined the ranks of radical left-wing billionaire George Soros and some 230 socialist-leaning organizations on a mission to preclude the American people from implementing a constitutional solution to a constitutional crisis caused by an off-the-rails Washington establishment.
Earlier this year Texas joined 11 other states in passing the Convention of States application. Now Governor Abbott is continuing the fight. Watch the video below to learn more.Read more
The last President was not a fan of the First Amendment.Read more
The Convention of States Project has reached another milestone, hitting three million grassroots supporters nationwide. The Convention of States Project has activists and signed petitions in every state house district in the country. Armed with a new endorsement from Ben Shapiro, Senator Tom Coburn and Senator Jim DeMint are working with state legislators and grassroots activists to continue growing a movement that resonates with Americans who are fed up with the status quo in Washington. Three million Americans now agree that the federal government is broken and the solution for fixing it will never come from inside the beltway, as elite politicians will never vote to limit their power.Read more
Congressional committee approves an extra $36.5 billion in disaster spending without including any offsets
Senator Tom Coburn often points out that the federal government refuses to use standard accounting principles. Here's a prime example.Read more
What are the Constitution's "enumerated" powers and why are they important to restore? Sen. Tom Coburn covers this and much more in his appearance on "Real News."Read more
If government overreach and out-of-control spending scares you, you’re definitely not alone.Read more
Ed Lulay was frustrated with federal overreach and frustrated with every "solution" he tried. He volunteer for political campaigns in multiple states, but those politicians failed to keep their promises once they arrived in D.C.Read more
Mark Meckler appeared on Mark Levin's TV show last year to explain how the states possess a unique power to dictate policy at the federal level.Read more
Some well-meaning parents have formed “Parents Against Underage Smartphones,” an advocacy group asking state legislators to legally prohibit the sale of smartphones to children under the age of 13. While I applaud the group’s motivating principles, I cringe at yet another hope misplaced in government bureaucracy.
This young man testified before an Indiana legislative committee as the Convention of States resolution was working its way through the capitol.Read more
Trump’s tax plan is good news for Americans across the board.Read more
The following article was written by Taryn O'Neill and originally published on Legal Insurrection.
While making the rounds on her book tour, Hillary Clinton recently sat down with Vox’s Ezra Klein to discuss her failed presidential bid, President Trump, and the challenges currently faced by the Democrat minority. Among those challenges, Clinton warned, is a “radical change” being pursued by forces on the right:Read more
By the time Barack Obama's presidency ended in January 2017, 78 of his political appointees had "burrowed" into government jobs over the course of six years, a report says.Read more
I’m going to show you a Howard Dean video, but don’t worry it’s not this one: