Updated Article V Progress Report is Now Available By Stuart MacPhail – February 2020 Article V activist David Guldenschuh (an attorney in Georgia) has released his start-of-2020 Article V Convention Legislative Progress Report. He notes “It was some ten years ago when Rob Natelson published his groundbreaking Article V research for the Goldwater Institute that the…Read More
Article V – Assert our Sovereignty Rodney Dodsworth – January 27, 2020 Use it or lose it. Article V opponents believe America is too corrupt to be trusted with a Convention of the States. They believe We The People fulfilled Ben Franklin’s fears and are no longer fit for self-government, which if true, means we…Read More
Convention of States: Our Only Hope to Protect Liberty Bold Action Needed to Prevent Slow Death of Freedom By Howard Levine – Jan 13, 2020 The greatest threat to freedom is massive government spending along with massive government deficits. The Federal government is out of control. The only hope of restraining the Federal government is a convention of…Read More
Five Constitutional Amendment Efforts to Watch in 2020 – by Stuart MacPhail January 2020 As 2020 state legislative sessions are ready to start, five efforts are underway to bring about amendments to the US Constitution. Convention of States Project (CoSP): (14 state resolutions already adopted) In Pennsylvania House Resolution 206 (the CoSP triple-subject proposal) has 8 sponsors, and was…Read More
Will the ERA Become the 28th Amendment? – by Stuart MacPhail – December, 2019 On Nov. 6 The New York Times carried a story headlined “The Equal Rights Amendment May Pass Now. It’s Only Been 96 Years”. It claimed: “Virginia, soon to be under Democratic control, will likely be the 38th state to ratify the amendment. The Supreme Court…Read More
Updated Article V Progress Report is Now Available
By Stuart MacPhail – February 2020
Article V activist David Guldenschuh (an attorney in Georgia) has released his start-of-2020 Article V Convention Legislative Progress Report. He notes “It was some ten years ago when Rob Natelson published his groundbreaking Article V research for the Goldwater Institute that the Article V movement was reborn”.
Guldenschuh observes that “The last half of the past decade saw the Article V movement peak, but the last two years have seen a plateauing of efforts. We are now down to four major groups: the Center for State-led National Debt Solutions (CSNDS; the 501(c)(3) arm of the BBA Task Force); U.S. Term Limits; WolfPAC/Free & Fair Elections; and the Convention of States Project”.
He says “As the documentary “Unrepresented” points out, there are now many movements – right, left and center – to rein in the excesses of Washington, and many of them rest their hopes in the Article V movement”. His new single-page Progress Report can be read HERE.