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08 Jun

A New Constitution-How About Applying The Old One First? Part II

This entry is part 6 of 6 in the series Crises, Coups and Constitutional ConventionsJoin the forum discussion on this postA recent story in the UK Telegraph (story can be read HERE) begins this way This has got to be the weirdest news story of the year so far. Yesterday my iPad pinged with Breaking […]

03 Jun

A New Constitution- How About Applying The Old One First? Part I

This entry is part 5 of 6 in the series Crises, Coups and Constitutional ConventionsJoin the forum discussion on this post We live in a period of crisis. The crisis we are in is a crisis of the Constitution. It is a two-fold crisis; the document is mostly unknown by the people whose rights are […]

17 Feb

Position Statement- Position on an Article V Constitutional Amendment Convention

This entry is part 4 of 6 in the series Crises, Coups and Constitutional ConventionsJoin the forum discussion on this post The Institute for Principled Policy’s position on the calling of a new Constitutional Convention There is currently a movement in the United States that is gaining a disturbing momentum. The leaders of the movement […]

04 Feb

Questions That Demand An Answer- I

This entry is part 3 of 6 in the series Crises, Coups and Constitutional Conventions There is currently a movement in the United States that is gaining a disturbing momentum. The leaders of the movement are agitating state governments to petition Congress to call a new constitutional convention. While groups on the left have been […]

13 Jan

Understanding The Game Behind The Curtain

This entry is part 2 of 6 in the series Crises, Coups and Constitutional ConventionsJoin the forum discussion on this post There is currently a movement in the United States that is gaining a disturbing momentum. The leaders of the movement are agitating state governments to petition Congress to call a new constitutional convention. While […]

21 Oct

Crises, Coups and Constitutional Conventions- Introduction

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Crises, Coups and Constitutional ConventionsJoin the forum discussion on this post There is currently a movement in the United States that is gaining a disturbing momentum. The leaders of the movement are agitating state governments to petition Congress to call a new constitutional convention. While […]

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