The Nation magazine — known for its historic communist leanings — published an article calling for an Article V convention of states.
Robert Mueller's relationship with former FBI director James Comey and other members of the Obama administration create a conflict of interest in the ongoing investigation into the alleged Trump/Russia connection, and he should recuse himself.
In the event that the United Kingdom is unable to work out or secure a new post-Brexit trade deal with the European Union, it may consider joining the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
As part of a NAFTA "renegotiation," Canada is pushing for progressive changes to the agreement in areas such as labor, indigenous peoples, gender issues, and environmental standards to better implement UN Agenda 21 and Agenda 2030 goals.
Over the weekend the mainstream media and left-wing politicians in the United States threw a fit over President Trump’s tough words to San Juan, Puerto Rico Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz after her slanderous criticism of Trump’s response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria.
Canada is using the NAFTA renegotiation to push for far-reaching progressive changes to both the agreement and domestic U.S. laws.
A careful analysis of the various previously proposed balanced budget amendments reveals a number of problems or loopholes, making it more appropriate to call them the unbalanced budget amendments (or UBAs).
For all the time, money, and manpower spent in favor of it this year and despite the claims that America's Founders inserted Article V in the Constitution in order to rein in our out-of-control government, advocates of an Article V convention — most notably the Convention of States Project (COS) — have little to show for it this year, thanks in large part to the work of The John Birch Society and its members across the country.
On February 3, 2017, freshman Congressman Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) introduced H.R. 861, a bill to abolish the Environmental Protection Agency (also known as the EPA). Representative Gaetz's bill, which is only one sentence long, states, "The Environmental Protection Agency shall terminate on December 31, 2018."
State lawmakers, apparently in a bid to make presidential elections more “fair,” are trying to undermine the Electoral College in favor of a more pure democracy.