Tag: Article V

Article V: Faithless Politicians

The John Hancock Committee’ Makes a Feeble Attempt to Answer the Question: “If the Federal Government Ignores the Current Constitution, Why Would They Adhere to an Amended Constitution?” The John Hancock Committee for the States (JHC) gives numerous justifications (excuses)…

HJR-50 “The Parental Privileges Amendment”

House Joint Resolution (HJR-50) The Parental Rights Amendment (PRA) should be called the Parental Privileges Amendment. Michael Farris, the Convention of States Project Director doesn’t like talking about the specifics of his proposed amendments to grassroots groups when he is…

Fact Sheet: Deceptions and Myths Regarding Article V

Art. V Requires Proposed Amendments by Deliberative Bodies in a Deliberative Process “Legislatures” and “conventions” under Article V, the Amendments Clause, to our Constitution, refer to “deliberative assemblages.” [i] Such “deliberative assemblages” speak for the people not the state. [ii]