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Florida Becomes Third State to Call for Convention of States to Restrain Federal Government

The Florida House passed a resolution calling for an Article V Convention of States by voice vote on Monday, joining the Florida Senate. Both legislative bodies passed identical versions of the bill, meaning that Florida is set to become the third state applying for a convention of this kind.  582 more words

Current Affairs

Part 2 - What do I Expect of My Representatives in Government?

Note to Readers: Keep in mind, this is an “opinion statement,” and also keep in mind that I vote. If you agree with my general position, then your vote along with mine doubles the strength of our position. 1,415 more words

Viewpoint From Pelham

Term-Limits for Winners and Losers: Constitutional Democracy & Republicanism

Nana Akufo-Addo was the National Patriotic Party’s (NPP) standard flag-bearer in the 2008 and 2012 general Ghanaian elections.  Unfortunately for Akufo-Addo and the NPP, both attempts failed.   636 more words

South Africa

Our Nation Of Folks

It has now been over 5 years and have you considered who these “Folks” are that our President refers to in almost every address he makes. 544 more words

Federal Government

SOMETHING HUGE MAY HAVE JUST HAPPENED AND THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA IS IGNORING IT

You may be aware of Mark Levin’s book “The Liberty Amendments” released last year which called for a “Convention of the States”. Article 5 of the Constitution gives the several states the ability to convene a convention in which the Constitution may be amended, changed, or even scrapped. 1,494 more words

Term Limits: Senate - George Mason, Virginia Ratifying Convention

George Mason, Virginia Ratifying Convention

16 June 1788Papers 3: 1079

The senators are chosen for six years. They are not recallable for those six years, and are re-eligible at the end of the six years. 310 more words

Constitution

Two Terms and Beyond: The Case Against the Career Politician

In February, John Dingell (D-MI) announced that he’s going to be one of the thirty or so Congressmen who won’t be standing for re-election this November. 1,805 more words

Politics