BEWARE: SJR1 by Senator Rapert Is a Call for a Constitutional Convention Barry Goldwater said: “[I am] totally opposed [to a Constitutional Convention]…We may wind up with a Constitution so far different from that we have lived under for two hundred years that the Republic might not be able to continue.” Letter from Chief Justice […]
The following is an appeal from an Arizona patriot to help in contacting their legislators to vote “No” on a Constitutional Convention (Con-Con).
SCR1005 has passed the Senate 16 to 14 and is ready to be voted on in the House Appropriations Committee.
SCR1005 will call for a Constitutional Convention, or an “Amendments Convention” to consider whether an increase in the federal debt should require approval from a majority of the legislatures of the states.
The following is an appeal from a patriot in Missouri to help in contacting their legislators to vote “No” on a Constitutional Convention (Con-Con).
SCR27: This concurrent resolution calls for a constitutional convention to propose an amendment to the United States Constitution that requires a balanced federal budget, except in times of war, and prohibits increases in taxes, unless approved by two-thirds of the state legislatures.
HJR38: A resolution requesting the United States Congress to call a Constitutional
Convention to propose an amendment to the Constitution of the United States requiring approval of a majority of state legislatures
to increase the federal debt limit.
(Namely, a Con-Con).