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Mark Levin Q & A on “The Liberty Amendments”

One week ago at the Reagan Library, Mark Levin explained why the only remaining nonviolent way to save the Constitution from the statists in Washington is an Article V convention. You’ll find a link to a free copy of the first chapter of his book “The Liberty Amendments” here.

A Simple Question For Progressives (#21)

Since we allegedly still live in a nation of laws and not of men, and since the U.S. Constitution is supposedly the supreme law of the land, I ask you to first read these small portions of that document, after which I’ll pose my question. U.S. Constitution Article I, Section 8 The Congress shall have […]

Mark Levin’s Liberty Amendments

The quick and dirty summary You’ll need to read the whole book to properly understand the problems America faces, but here’s the situation in a nutshell. We live in a post-constitutional republic with a federal government that no longer obeys — but sometimes pays lip service to — the US Constitution. Merely electing new politicians […]

Congress is the problem

Ever wondered why Congress doesn’t work? Think about this: when America was founded, the average Congressman represented 30,000 constituents. Today, it’s roughly 700,000. To make the U.S. House as responsive to all 300+ million of us as it used to be, it would need to grow from its current size of 425 Representatives. It would […]

Allah swings and misses. Again.

In a post on RNC Chairman Michael Steele’s mealy-mouthed answers about abortion, Allahpundit restates his own reservations about a human life amendment to the U.S. Constitution … based on his understanding of federalism. Here’s the money quote (emphasis mine): In fairness, if you look at the full quote, you’ll see Steele recovered quickly from the […]