It is clear for us all to see… our nation is being overrun by enemies both foreign and domestic. We’ve seen the progressive left systematically dismantle this beautiful government that our Founding Fathers established for us and turn it into a corrupt system of power grabs by the elite.
The Supreme Court is rewriting the Constitution. Congress is flat-out ignoring the Constitution all together. Meanwhile, the President of the United States is acting like a king with Executive Orders that have no place originating with the Executive Branch.
Our Founding Fathers intended a nation with checks and balances. Unfortunately, we’ve seen most of those thrown right out the window. I think that we can agree that we need to do something about this out of control government. The question is, what’s the solution?
Several years ago, radio personality Mark Levin made popular this idea of a Convention of States, which would create a convention whereby the states would initiate proposed Amendments to the Constitution. Many see this as the best way to reign in our out of control government, while others have serious concerns with this strategy and see a potential backfiring.
Convention of States Regional Captain Jeff Groh took the time to explain the process and respond to many of the concerns people have raised. This episode of Freedom One-On-One is jam packed with technical and historical information, but it’s vitally important to understand.
When it comes to the concern of a runaway convention, it is important to understand what the limitations of the Convention of States would be. Jeff Groh explained that, while many claim that the Left will be able to hijack the Convention and implement their Leftist agenda, their organization’s strategy is to limit the scope of the Convention to issues of broad support. Groh argues that anything outside of the scope of limited topics to be discussed would not be allowed to be debated or discussed.
Overall, it’s important to understand what is being proposed regarding the Convention of States. Whether you think it’s the right strategy or not, I would highly encourage you to take a listen to this episode. It’s a fascinating topic, and should at least be debated among Conservative circles.
For more information on the Convention of States Project, please visit www.conventionofstates.com.