Chris Stevens, Regional Field Director for JBS, joined the Northwest Georgia 912 Project for a discussion on the case against the call for an Article V Convention. In his presentation, Chris brings forward key weaknesses of the strategy, as defined by the Constitution, and applies some common sense to why it is a bad idea.
The Transportation Leadership Coalition supports regional communication and cooperation. We can all benefit from regional discussions on the issues that affect us the most. What we do not need is a State imposed layer of regional government bureaucracy. Counties and Cities working together to solve problems is a good idea, but regional governance is both unaccountable […]
By Joe Wolverton, II, J.D. Recently, The New American has reported on the efforts by radio talk show host Mark Levin and others to push for a constitutional convention (a convention of the states, in the parlance of the proponents). In his new book, Levin argues that such a convention is the last hope “to reform the […]
After a long and arduous battle in Oklahoma, lawmakers late this week ultimately decided to quash various measures that would have put the state on record calling for a Constitutional Convention (Con Con) under Article V of the U.S. Constitution. The victory for anti-Con-Con forces in Oklahoma was especially noteworthy because U.S. Senator Tom Coburn, […]
Most people are not aware that the Georgia Legislature adopted legislation calling for an Article V Convention of States for the purpose of amending the U.S. Constitution. Restore and Preserve the Constitution hosted their second public forum on Thursday, February 12th at the Taylor Farm Pavilion where Publius Huldah and Paul Broun spoke to a […]
Jack Staver and the Northwest Georgia 912 Project expected a small crowd to show up for a debate between Lance Lamberton and Publius Huldah on whether or not a Constitutional Convention (Article 5 Convention, Con Con) would be good for our country. A full house of very well-informed citizens was an unexpected surprise. The pro-Con Con […]