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. Updated June 22, 2021.
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"
This guide is a step-by-step script to help you present the Introduction to Convention of States Presentation. Use it as a reference in creating your own presentation style, or use it word-for-word as your present.
This fact-filled resource is the perfect tool for talking to friends and legislators about Convention of States. It answer commonly-asked questions about the Article V process, answers objections, provides possible amendment subjects, provides ways to get involved, and more! Updated June 22, 2021
“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,...
Anonymous blogger Publius Huldah attacks the Founder’s solution for a runaway federal government with a series of ad hominems and misdirections. A perpetual naysayer, she can propose no better solution of her own, other than the extra-constitutional doctrine of nullification.
Two false claims have been peddled by Convention of States opponents in recent months: 1) we cannot know the rules that would govern a convention and 2) Congress would control the rule making process. Both of these claims contradict known history and established convention precedent.
Some conservative groups have argued that the Tenth Amendment allows an individual state to “nullify” any federal law that exceeds the enumerated powers delegated to the federal government under the Constitution. It is important to examine this claim carefully as we evaluate our options in addressing the current crisis of a runaway...
Some have suggested that Congress might simply refuse to call an Article V Convention of the States, even if it receives 34 applications from state legislatures for a convention. While we agree that Congress is generally disinclined to relinquish its own power (which is precisely why an Article V Convention is necessary), it is a...