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Now that the election is over, let’s change the game

Today is Election Day +1. After a nip-and-tuck day at the polls, Donald Trump, thanks to a movement orchestrated by the non-conservative alt-right, will be the 45th President of the United States. But don’t despair, we have only 728 days…

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We are about to elect a monarch for president

(Guest Commentary) Mike Farris – Citizens for Self-Governance – Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies, co-founder of the Convention of States Project The presidential election is scary. The “fright factor” of 2016 (theme: The Other Candidate is Far Worse) does not…

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Obama’s latest incursion on the Constitution? Nationalized elections

A few days ago, I wrote about the need for an Article V Convention of States as a way to reign in an out-of-control federal government operating well outside the bounds of its constitutional limitations. Now the Obama administration has…

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Article V Convention of States: Election 2016 will not save America

If America has learned anything over the past eight years, it’s just how far we have fallen from the government established by the founding fathers. Or as Abraham Lincoln called it, the government of the people, by the people, and…

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My Case for Nullification instead of an Article V Constitutional Convention

My Case for Nullification instead of an Article V Constitutional Convention About a year ago I got involved in the Article V constitutional convention debate, …

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Election 2016: Better Than Two Evils – Part Ten

(Guest Commentary) Mike Farris – Citizens for Self-Governance – Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies, co-founder of the Convention of States Project One of the reasons we have accepted the premise of the “lesser of two evils” in our voting decisions,…

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Election 2016: Better Than Two Evils – Part Nine

(Guest Commentary) Mike Farris – Citizens for Self-Governance – Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies, co-founder of the Convention of States Project One of the reasons we have accepted the premise of the “lesser of two evils” in our voting decisions,…

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Election 2016: Better Than Two Evils – Part Eight

(Guest Commentary) Mike Farris – Citizens for Self-Governance – Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies, co-founder of the Convention of States Project One of the reasons we have accepted the premise of the “lesser of two evils” in our voting decisions,…

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Election 2016: Better Than Two Evils – Part Seven

(Guest Commentary) Mike Farris – Citizens for Self-Governance – Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies, co-founder of the Convention of States Project One of the reasons we have accepted the premise of the “lesser of two evils” in our voting decisions,…

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Election 2016: Better Than Two Evils – Part Six

(Guest Commentary) Mike Farris – Citizens for Self-Governance – Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies, co-founder of the Convention of States Project One of the reasons we have accepted the premise of the “lesser of two evils” in our voting decisions,…

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Election 2016: Better Than Two Evils – Part Five

(Guest Commentary) Mike Farris – Citizens for Self-Governance – Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies, co-founder of the Convention of States Project One of the reasons we have accepted the premise of the “lesser of two evils” in our voting decisions,…

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Election 2016: Better Than Two Evils – Part Three

(Guest Commentary) Mike Farris – Citizens for Self-Governance – Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies, co-founder of the Convention of States Project One of the reasons we have accepted the premise of the “lesser of two evils” in our voting decisions,…

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Election 2016: Better Than Two Evils – Part Two

(Guest Commentary) Mike Farris – Citizens for Self-Governance – Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies, co-founder of the Convention of States Project One of the reasons we have accepted the premise of the “lesser of two evils” in our voting decisions,…

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Election 2016: Better Than Two Evils – Part One

(Guest Commentary) Mike Farris – Citizens for Self-Governance – Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies, co-founder of the Convention of States Project One of the reasons we have accepted the premise of the “lesser of two evils” in our voting decisions,…

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Three things you must know when dealing with the gender identity issue

Why is Obama’s executive action unconstitutional? Obama’s executive action unilaterally imposed an order to all federally funded schools and universities across the country, bypassing the Constitutionally mandated mechanism to create law—Congress. Article I, Section 1 of the Constitution provides that…

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Michael Farris’ Convention of States Unmasked

“If God had not intended them to be sheared, he would not have made them sheep.” –The bandit Calvera, “The Magnificent Seven” This story is about the Republican grass roots, the common man, the tea parties, and how they really fit into the Convention of States’ Article V plans. RememberRead More

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The Article V Convention Conundrum

(Note: Early next year, the Virginia Assembly will take up the Article V issue, and as things now stand, the pro-Art V folks, the Movers, will be speaking directly to the General Assembly, while the dissenters are being shut out again, with no public f… . . . → Read More: The Article V Convention Conundrum

Article V, Searching for Honest Brokers

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Constitutional P T Barnums

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Tom, Dick, Harry and the Zimmerman Tunnels

Tom, Dick and Harry If you’re not old enough to have seen “The Great Escape” (from 1963) I suggest you see it. Based on a true story, it tells of Allied POW’s who are all gathered into one German POW camp where the officers immediately proceeded, as was their swornRead More

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