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The Chicago Blackhawks fell to the Devils 3-2 Thursday night at the United Center. Panarin and Kane scored goals while the rest of the team has yet to make noise. Is there hope for the young squad? Or was this just not their night? David Chasanov and Colin Fitts share their thoughts.
Kris Bryant is your NL Rookie of the Year. Joe Maddon is your NL Manager of the Year. And your NL Cy Young Award winner? Jake Arrieta. The Chicago Cubs have swept through this week's MLB awards. So let's look at just how deserving these winners are, and what this can do for the team moving forward.
The Bulls and Blackhawks both begin road trips tonight, with the Hawks taking on the Oilers and Bulls battling the Suns in Phoenix. Derrick Rose is hurt again, and the Hawks have been dreadful on the road this season. Can either team pull off a winning road trip?
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What better way to celebrate Thanksgiving weekend than to learn some of the history behind the phrase "Constitutional Convention", as it has been, and continues to be, applied to describe the Constitution's Article V State authorized amending mode, a "convention for proposing amendments"?
We'll spend some time referencing multiple original source documents from hundreds of Article V State applications for an amending convention, asking the questions why, and how, the description was changed to "Constitutional Convention", and begin discussion of the implications of this change in nomenclature.
We'll spend a little bit of time with Convention of States news first. And save some time for phone calls.
"That Provident Article" is hosted by Convention of States Texas volunteer Paul Hodson, with the Convention of States since late 2013, a District Captain in Texas from February 2014 through November 2015, and now serving as Co-Director for the Convention of States Texas.
Since last week's episode was devoted entirely to our great interview with Joy Davis, Chief of Staff for my State Representative DeWayne Burns, we missed our normal news update.
So today, we're going to cover the last two weeks of news, spend a little bit longer fleshing out each story, and do the real easy work of concluding that the only real fix is for the States to reclaim the authority given them in the Constitution. Only an Article V "convention for proposing amendments" is going to curtail the continuous abuse.
And, we'll allow time for your phone calls.
Today's episode will begin a series considering the phrase "Constitutional Convention", as it has been used for decades to describe the second mode of amending the Constitution as defined in Article V. This will be an introductory presentation, laying some basic ground work, highlighting both opponents and proponents of an Article V "convention for proposing amendments" using the phrase "Constitutional Convention", and beginning the discussion regarding whether that is helpful, or harmful, to the understanding of the meaning of Article V.
The news segment will be a bit longer, as we missed last week's news, so we have two weeks of news to cover.
We will definitely allow time for phone calls as well.
RedMaryland NewsHour Convention Edition for Friday, November 27th, 2015
The Post-Thanksgiving RedMaryland NewsHour is our Convention Edition, where we cover what went on at the Fall Convention of the Maryland Republican Party.
We hear from @RichardJDouglas @CKefalas @KathyforMD
@mdreps Chair Diana Waterman @RepAndyHarrisMD and more.
We cover the by-law amendment to standardize procedures for replacing vacant legislative seats, another one that would have made the loser pay court costs in a suit with the Party, and still another amendment that dealt with giving votes on the Executive Committee to various organizations.
Oh, and a Red Marylander has spawned an offspring.
Tonight we shall discuss preparations for Moorish-American Remembrance Day, which is in 2 days. We will also be highlighting the anniversary of the 1st annual National Convention of the MSTA which was October 15-20th 1928. Call us at 646-478-4713 at 6:30pm EST.
The concluding part (6) of our multi-part series examining the view with which James Madison, considered the father of the Constitution, regarded the State amending convention provision in Article V.
Various interpretations of Madison's views have been presented over many years, in support of multiple positions in regard to the utility, and even the safety, of the Article V provision to the States to hold a "convention for proposing amendments". We are going to walk through this man's life, through his written record, to construct his position, and the continued consistency of his position, and provide the most accurate representation we can of his thoughts. We're going to take as many episodes as necessary to thoroughly flesh out his view.
Today, we discuss James Madison's response (the Virginia Resolution) to the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798, instituted by Founding Father, and Second President, John Adams. What was Madison's initial goal, what was the response, and what did Madison conclude after the passage of the resolution?
As always, we'll present the latest news in the Convention of the States. And, we'll allow time for your phone calls.
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