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Federalism and Article V

By Mike Kapic / January 22, 2021 / Comments Off on Federalism and Article V

Federalism is one of the critical missing elements in our current disaster of a country. Because we’ve given up on the sovereignty of our states, the national government in Washington DC has made them their agencies. We need to change that with an Article V convention, here explaining the COS Project.

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Article V: ‘Keep Nine’ Amendment

By Mike Kapic / January 20, 2021 / Comments Off on Article V: ‘Keep Nine’ Amendment

‘Keep Nine’ Effort Presses Forward with Proposed Amendment By Stuart MacPhail – January, 2021 Roman Buhler of the Coalition to Preserve an Independent US Supreme Court reports that its Keep Nine Amendment is now supported by 17 US Senators and Senators-elect.  He indicates that the effort is led by a bipartisan coalition of former and current State Attorneys General…

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Illegal Seizure of Power?

By Mike Kapic / January 19, 2021 / Comments Off on Illegal Seizure of Power?

Who decides? The choice belongs in one place only: We the People! By Mike Kapic – January 16, 2021 I was hoping for a peaceful and truthful transition of DC power, but it looks like revenge against the outgoing “team” is carrying the day. How do we simply talk, complain, pray, chat, discuss, help, debate,…

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More Federalism Helps America

By Mike Kapic / January 11, 2021 / Comments Off on More Federalism Helps America

A National Popular Vote Won’t Fix The Electoral College, But Smaller Government Will The Electoral College remains an integral key to preserving the decentralization and federalism that underlie the U.S. Constitution. By Sukhayl Niyazov – DECEMBER 29, 2020 The most popular argument against the Electoral College is that it violates the fundamental principle underlying democratic society: political…

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‘A Question of Freedom’ Review

By Mike Kapic / December 29, 2020 / Comments Off on ‘A Question of Freedom’ Review

WSJ Nov 14, 2020 ‘A Question of Freedom’ Review: Slavery on Trial Early 19th-century lawsuits held out the hope that enslaved people could have their day in court. By Fergus M. Bordewich | 1585 words The American Revolution heralded a soaring faith in the ultimate triumph of natural rights in a world of kings, princes…

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Federalism and Article V

Federalism is one of the critical missing elements in our current disaster of a country. Because we’ve given up on the sovereignty of our states, the national government in Washington DC has made them their agencies. We need to change that with an Article V convention, here explaining the COS Project.

Mike Kapic