Pandemic Overreach: Letter to the Editor by Dr. Steven...
Government officials claim they are protecting us from risk. But common activities such as driving a car, crossing the street, flying in an airplane, all entail risks that each person freely assesses in deciding whether or not to engage in that activity. It is not government’s role to make such decisions for its citizens. In fact,...Read more ›
Published in Grassroots Library on September 15, 2018 by Laurie Hackett
The 2018 session of the Virginia General Assembly is just around the corner. We will be focusing on Delegate Selection and Limitation this year to pave the way for the resolution which will call for a Convention of States in 2019.Read more ›
Digital Pocket Constitution
This Digital Pocket Constitution features the United States Constitution with a special foreword by Mark Meckler. It also includes all of the Amendments and the Declaration of Independence.Read more ›
Five Myths About An Article V Convention Rack Card
Five Myths About An Article V Convention by Rita Dunaway highlights five common myths about the Article V convention process, including the myth that an Article V convention is a constitutional convention, that there would be no control over the topics, and that Congress would be able to exercise control over the process. 8.25"x3.75"Read more ›
Now it's Time To Drain The Swamp Ourselves
“What’s the right fight when it seems like there are just so many fights? I want you to focus on one thing...If you are serious about saving the nation, this is the best way to do it.” Sean Hannity For more than twenty years, Sean Hannity has filled the radio airwaves and Fox News channel with conservative news and commentary. Now,...Read more ›
Can We Trust the Constitution? Answering the "Runaway...
Published in Grassroots Library on November 11, 2020 by Unknown
The claim that the delegates disobeyed their instructions is based on the idea that Congress called the Constitutional Convention. Proponents of this view assert that Congress limited the delegates to amending the Articles of Confederation. A review of legislative history clearly reveals the error of this claim. The Annapolis...Read more ›