Nearly 200 citizens tuned in live and over 13,000 have watched the recording in for the Maryland House of Delegates Rules & Executive Nominations Committee Hearing this morning. 19 Convention of States volunteers & COS President Mark Meckler offered their testimony in favor of HJ06 and implored the Committee members to send the Article...Read more ›
Citizens are the very foundation of our Nation and the source of government power. You are essential and we need you in this fight with us. Here's where you can find ways to take action.Read more ›
An Open Letter Concerning the Second Amendment and the...
Charles J. Cooper, a long-time constitutional law litigator for the NRA, outlines in this article why a Convention of States poses no threat to the Second Amendment.Read more ›
Article 2 - The lamp of experience: constitutional...
Surge Article 2: In this piece, Prof. Rob Natelson responds to the objection that constitutional amendments will be a futile means of restraining federal power. In reality, constitutional amendments like women's suffrage have proven to be remarkably effective.Read more ›
Two Article V Movements: One Clear Choice
In this piece, Michael Farris summarizes why it is still essential for states that have adopted a balanced budget amendment to fight for a convention of states.Read more ›
Can we trust the constitution? Answering the “Runaway...
As Michael Farris explains in this article, the 1787 Constitutional Convention did not "run away" because the delegates followed the instructions from their state legislatures.Read more ›
The Article V solution - The Way to implement the Tenth...
Despite the Tenth Amendment, no subject in today's America is exempt from federal power. Rita Dunaway explains how an Article V Convention of States can put real teeth on the states' strongest defense against Washington, D.C.Read more ›
Public Lands: A “Generational Vision”
The federal takeover of western lands is getting out of control. As Ken Ivory explains in this piece, a Convention of States can help rein in this troubling federal practice.Read more ›