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Vote NO on Any Article V Convention/Con-Con Legislation

Please Vote NO on SJR 7 and SJR 9. A Convention of States (COS) and a Constitutional Convention/Con-Con are the same. The COS is not mentioned anywhere in the U.S. Constitution. Resolutions SJR 7 and SJR 9 are coming up at 10:00 am Thursday, February 9th, 2017 in the Senate Committee on State Agencies and Governmental Affairs in the Old Supreme Court […]

Tort Reform or Tort Control? Vote NO on SJR 8

Tort Reform or Tort Control? *** Vote NO on SJR 8 *** So, what IS tort? Tort:  a wrongful act or an infringement of a right (other than under contract) leading to civil legal liability. "Tort" is just another legalese term for personal injury and property damage and/or loss, and Tort Reform involves a takeover of our courts. Tort […]

WARNING: Today’s House Bill re. Circuit Court Taking Over Some of the Justice of the Peace Duties

HB 1376 must be killed. This bill will come up for a Full House Vote Thursday, February 2, 2017 at 1:30 pm. (Yes, that’s today!!)  The title of HB 1376 is “To Clarify the Duties of a Justice of the Peace”. You can not trust the titles of bills — they are often misleading and […]

Senate Committee to Hear Con-Con Resolution THURS 1/26/2017

An extremely dangerous and risky Article V Amendments Convention/ Constitutional Convention (Con Con) resolution will be introduced in the Arkansas Senate State Agencies and Governmental Affairs Committee THIS COMING THURSDAY, January 26, 2017 at 2:30 pm in the Old Supreme Court Room at the Capitol. If you are concerned about this destructive resolution passing out of this Senate committee, […]

Disturbing Radical Agenda Behind Article V Amendment Convention (Con-Con)

What are the weapons of Choice of the Government – Corporate Complex? “Whereas Corporations use the impervious “Shield of Limited Liability” with great effect, it is their “Deep Coffers of Influence-Peddling” that allow them to serve their narrow and selfish interests with virtual impunity. The Government, on the other hand, uses the “Threat of Criminal Prosecution“, […]


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