Today, our country faces a serious question: how do we take power away from the federal government?
No matter whether under Republican or Democrat control, Congress, the Supreme Court, and the White House have expanded their power well beyond the bounds set out by our country's Founders.
Just four short years ago, Republicans found themselves in the same position Democrats are in today. They controlled the White House and Congress, but did anything change?
Now the Democrats are ready to follow through with their threats to pack the courts, add states, and decimate Second Amendment rights and religious liberty.
We need a serious solution to federal overreach, and the Founders gave us one in Article V of the Constitution. If you haven't considered it before, now is the time.
Mark Levin, Pete Hegseth and Ben Shapiro (and many millions of others) support it.
How about you?
"It is time to be very blunt," said Convention of States President Mark Meckler. "To those who claim to be conservatives, libertarians, Republicans, or constitutionalists: if you do not now support calling a Convention of States to rein in federal tyranny, you are now aiding and abetting the Marxists who intend to destroy America."
A Convention of States is called and controlled by the states under Article V of the Constitution and has the power to propose constitutional amendments. These amendments can limit federal power and spending, and mandate term limits for federal officials.
While Congress and the White House have fallen to the socialist factions in our national government, state legislatures are still largely representative of the American people. Liberty-loving legislators control chambers in states across the country, and they're our last, best hope of preserving freedom and the Constitution for future generations.
Will you join the movement? It takes 34 states to call a Convention of States to propose constitutional amendments that limit the power, scope, and jurisdiction of the federal government. Right now, 15 states are on board, and we're introducing the Convention of States Resolution in dozens of states.
To get involved, sign the Convention of States petition below!