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Article V & the People

By Mike Kapic / September 3, 2019 / Comments Off on Article V & the People

Article V convention gives the people power to take control To the editor: The Convention of States is coming. Just like Paul Revere spread the alarm that the British were coming, patriots today are working hard to rein in a federal government that has become increasingly monarchical and oppressive. I dare say that Americans on…

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Article V’s Opposition

By Mike Kapic / June 17, 2019 / Comments Off on Article V’s Opposition

The far left and far right agree: The D.C. “elite” should remain in power The following was written by David Horowitz, New York Times bestselling author and founder of the David Horowitz Freedom Center. June 3, 2019 What do the John Birch Society, Eagle Forum, Common Cause and Planned Parenthood have in common? They all oppose the…

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A Solution for a Broken DC

By Mike Kapic / May 28, 2019 / Comments Off on A Solution for a Broken DC

A Solution As Big As The Problem Michael P. Farris, JD, LLM, Convention of States Action — Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies We See Four Major Abuses Perpetrated by the Federal Government. These abuses are not mere instances of bad policy. They are driving us towards an age of “soft tyranny” in which the government…

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Article V Activity

By Mike Kapic / April 22, 2019 / Comments Off on Article V Activity

Dozens of Article V-related Bills Wend Their Way through State Legislatures by Stuart MacPhail April 2019 Progress on the Congressional Term Limits Effort –  On March 4 the Arizona House approved HCR2022, the congressional term limits Article V resolution.  That bill was sponsored by Rep. Kelly Townsend with 26 bipartisan co-sponsors.  It passed on a…

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‘I Fear a Constitution That Never Changes’

By Mike Kapic / March 12, 2019 / Comments Off on ‘I Fear a Constitution That Never Changes’

With a narrow House vote, Utah will join the call for a convention of states By Benjamin Wood March 6, 2019 After years of failed attempts, Utah lawmakers voted Tuesday to formally call for a convention of states to propose, debate and potentially ratify amendments to the United States Constitution. Roughly a dozen other states,…

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Article V & the People

Article V convention gives the people power to take control

To the editor:

The Convention of States is coming.

Just like Paul Revere spread the alarm that the British were coming, patriots today are working hard to rein in a federal government that has become increasingly monarchical and oppressive.

I dare say that Americans on either end of the political spectrum have lost all faith in and respect for Congress, the executive ∫ranch and even the judiciary.

We see endless squabbles between Democrats and Republicans whose only commonality is their thirst for continuous investigations and all things essential to ensure their re-election.

The business of the people has become less than an afterthought by these sycophantic leeches who have carved out special privileges and hefty benefits for themselves at the expense of the taxpayers. Career politicians inhabit both houses of Congress, and withering jurists well past their cognitive primes render ever more bizarre interpretations of the Constitution.

Coming to the rescue is a remedy contained in Article V of the U.S. Constitution. It was a foresight of pure genius that was incorporated into that singular document at the last moment. It gave to the people the only remedy to curtail and dissemble federal usurpation of powers that were never given to it in the first place.

It provides for a convention of the individual states to propose items like term limits for Congress and a balanced budget.

Those who wish to learn more can visit conventionofstates.com, sign the petition and perhaps become a participant in this historical movement.

Be just like Paul Revere.

Theodore Xenakis

Haverhill

The Eagle Tribune—North Andover, Massachusetts

Mike Kapic