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Is an article V amendments convention a way for the states to reign in an errant federal government, or is fedgov itself an integrel part of the process?
Keith Carmichael joins us tonight for an update and ongoing discussion of the upcoming Convention of States. Catch the latest.
Mike Slack is on the road and will be calling in with a countdown to Preppers and Patriots, starting tomorrow at the Springfield Doubletree.
What message does the passage of Amendment One carry for the grassroots movement? Oppose it or admire it, you will be pleased by this analysis.
Join us tonight at 7PM Missouri Time. Call and participate at 347-677-1835.
Radio host Mark Levin and others have argued that the states should call for a convention to amend the constitution as prescribed under article five. Mark Moore examines the different proposals which purport to make this process "fail-safe" and makes the case that the wording of the article makes it unwise to call for such a convention until Congress has been re-captured.
Even if you favor an Article V Amendments Convention, you should oppose this approach and this proposed amendment. Here is why.....
"The Congress, whenever two thirds of both houses shall deem it necessary, shall propose amendments to this Constitution, or, on the application of the legislatures of two thirds of the several states, shall call a convention for proposing amendments, which, in either case, shall be valid to all intents and purposes, as part of this Constitution, when ratified by the legislatures of three fourths of the several states, or by conventions in three fourths thereof, as the one or the other mode of ratification may be proposed by the Congress; provided that no amendment which may be made prior to the year one thousand eight hundred and eight shall in any manner affect the first and fourth clauses in the ninth section of the first article; and that no state, without its consent, shall be deprived of its equal suffrage in the Senate. " Article Five of the United States Constitution describes the process whereby the Constitution may be altered. Altering the Constitution consists of proposing an amendment or amendments and subsequent ratification.."
Discuss the pro's and con's of the Constitutional Convwntion with Constitutionalist Nick Purpura of TPATH
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Once again we hear a call for an Article V Constitution Conventon.
A planning meeting with state delegates to be held in Mt. Vernon on December 7th of this year.
We must act now if we want our input heard regarding a call to a Constiuttional Convention at this pre planning meeting.
Please join us this Sunday and Monday evening, November 17th and 18th 8 pm Eastern. We will be speaking with Aaron Bolinger and Dr. Edwin Vieira about the possible danger and ramifications of an Article V Constitutional Convention.
Please join us!!!
Amending the Constitution will NOT make oath-breakers become oath-keepers. An Article V "Convention for proposing Amendments" is the wrong solution to the wrong problem. We must defend, not amend, the Constitution. Beware a Convention of Snakes!
We need to help the paradigm shift politically and socially. The conflict we face is not between the Left and the Right but between the tyranny of the state versus the liberties of the individual.
Today we need to help the paradigm shift away from the growing tyranny of globalist centralized government toward individual liberty. In essence we need to restore the Republic based upon the original intent of the US Constitution. This paradigm shift of a restoration to individual liberty will not be secured apart from help by the “church.” The Church is defined not as a specific denomination but as believers in Christ Jesus – those people who have personally trusted Christ as Savior and Lord.
This Sunday's show I'll be discussing the movement for an Article V Constitutional Convention with my friend and fellow activist Jeff Lewis. Join us on the #1 Real Truth Real Talk Radio Network WM3G home of the Kirp Radio Show!
On Thursday, February 20, the Georgia House of Representatives took up four measures relating to an Article V convention focused on amending the United States Constitution.
Among the measures approved was Senate Resolution 731, which was passed by the Georgia Senate last year seeking a Convention of States focused on enacting a federal balanced budget amendment.
We encourage those who favor and those who oppose an Article V convention to here how the debate played out in the Georgia House.
Only brief editing has been done to shorten gaps between speakers, even this was kept to a minimum, and only done to fit our program window. The discussion opens with comments from Rep. Rich Golick, R-Symrna.
This "C-SPAN style" webcast is pre-recorded, and not open for phone calls or chat.
It will run for an hour starting at 9-00 p.m CT.
Our guest tonight for the first 30 minutes is Terry Richmond, Alabama legislative liaison for the Convention of States project.
Based on Article V of the U.S. Constitution, the convention of states is an effort by several states to pass resolutions calling for a constitutional convention addressing issues of fiscal and judicial restraint, among others.
Mark Meckler, the national spokesman for this movement, may also call in. the second half of the show will probably be an informal conversation between my producer, Jim Lagnese and me.
Please tune in tonight at 9-00 p.m. CT, at www.blogtalkradio.com/andrecontroversa.
You may also call in at 914-803-4350.
See you then.
This week's Fair Tax Time will feature 2 special guests, both very knowledgable about the currently popular subject - the Article 5 Convention Of States. This episode promises to be very informative.
Author Brent Morehouse will discuss his book "Bill Of Reform." The book offers the reader a compelling list of the similarities between the 1770s and Today. It shows that if we look to history, the answers for the reform we seek, are laid out before us. As in many applications, history provides answers to many of today's problems, one of which always concerns Fair Tax Time listeners: tax reform.
Yale Wishnick is the Arizona State Director for Fair Tax, andArizona State Director for the Convention Of States.
You should take this opportunity to become informed about an increasingly important subject. When it becomes everyday, mainstream news, informed individuals will help to create informed voters - something this country needs in abundance. Be a leader! Join us on Wednesday at 6PM Pacific, 7PM Mtn, 8PM Central, 9PM Eastern for Fair Tax Time Radio, brought to you Commercial-Free each week by the host, John Wesley Nobles.
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Every few decades, there has been a call for an Article V Convention, for the purpose of proposing amendments to the United States Constitution. Once again, the call is being trumpeted. The Article V Convention is now being phrased as The Convention of States Project. This Convention of states is a convention called by the state legislatures for the purpose of proposing amendments to the Constitution. Proponents want to call a convention for the purpose of limiting the power and jurisdiction of the federal government. We certainly know that the federal government is recklessly overreaching its powers … and that it is being allowed to happen.
While the Convention of States sounds like a good idea, there are questions. If the Federal Government ignores the current Constitution, why would they adhere to an amended Constitution? Is a convention of the states safe from turning into a “runaway convention”? Where is the funding coming from, and who is the parent organization for the COS project?
Scott Williams, Tennessee State Director of the Convention of States Project is joining Debbie Barth and her illustrious panel, to answer these questions and to give his point of view for the Convention of States.
Do YOU feel comfortable with changes being made to YOUR Constitution? Let us know what you think. We need YOUR feedback! Call 323-792-3071 (press the number 1 to talk to the host.)
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