Prelude To A Constitutional Convention?

Help U.S. Senator Long, You’re Our Only Hope: Convention of States Meets At Mount Vernon

Indiana State Senate President David C. Long has the weight of the free world on his shoulders and most of our friends are not aware of it.

Allow me to digress.

Perhaps you have heard about Mark Levin’s mega-best seller The Liberty Amendments. Levin is a famed lawyer who has written the best selling book on the Supreme Court of all time, he has argued cases in front of the Supreme Court, runs one of the top legal foundations in the country, he was a ranking official in the Reagan Administration and is also the number one rated syndicated radio host in his time slot in the United States.

The Liberty Amendments outlines in complete footnoted detail how the states can form a convention under Article V of the Constitution for the purpose of of proposing amendments to the Constitution. This can be done by the states alone, completely bypassing Washington.

Mark Levin has outlined 11 proposed amendments which many believe would solve most of the nations governing ills.

They are:

1 – An amendment to establish term limits for Members of Congress.

2 – An amendment to restore the Senate.

3 – An amendment to establish term limits for Supreme Court Justices and super-majority legislative override.

4 – Two amendments to limit federal spending and taxing.

5 – An amendment to limit the federal bureaucracy.

6 – An amendment to promote economic liberty.

7 – An Amendment to protect your private property.

8 – An amendment to adjust Article V to make the state amendment process less arduous.

9 – An amendment to grant the states the authority to check congress.

10 – An amendment to protect the vote.

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