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The ever changing political landscape arena we find ourselves in today.

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November 5, 2021 at 9:36pm
November 5, 2021 at 9:36pm
Wow! I just watched the three days of Convention of States simulation again and man, does it have the power to inspire. We really do have the power to bring our country back to the people. We can do it! I just hope we can do it before it is too late. Before we are all speaking cantonese.
November 5, 2021 at 12:16am
November 5, 2021 at 12:16am
Hmmm...I have offended someone. Must have been a woke shit head. Well your one star rating does not hurt my feelings or do anything at all to me. Too bad you're too much of a coward to argue the point you disagree with. So anonymous....rate away...just remember, those who trade security for liberty deserve neither.
October 23, 2021 at 3:44am
October 23, 2021 at 3:44am
Entering our colleges, Marxist Ideology is taught
Victims; the oppressed they say, actually just little snots
Expecting everything for free, 'cause they are entitled
Reasoning beyond the woke, free speech is tightly bridled
Yet they are pushing their Marxist Critical Race Theory
Take it to the basic level, to school the elementary.
Having no respect for their elders, nor any for our history
Instigating riots, looting, and lawlessness in major cities
Going through the motions of congressional committees

While others get the book, the woke are not convicted
Objections to their talk and actions are restricted
Knocking down our statues, defunding the police
Ensuring that a criminal's freedoms are increased

Group think with no individual space is allowed
Overreach to double speak is the now 'woke' crowd
Extortion they represent; a legend in their own minds
Segregation of the people; no principles do you find

Totalitarian and dictatorships is what they prefer
Over liberty and freedom, all equity is mediocre

Shit is what they are, not just what they do
Hellbent on destroying America, without a clue
Intentional insurgence they parade with pride
To our lethal enemies; weakness they provide.
October 10, 2021 at 7:37am
October 10, 2021 at 7:37am
Mark Levin, Constitution Lawyer and Podcast host had a copy of a letter sent to him, that was written to the Inspector General DOJ, Michael Horwitz, from Reid D. Rubenstein, Senior Councilor of Law at the American First Legal Association with the following information:

Back in early September, the Biden Administration stakeholders, Whitehouse staff, National School Board Association, DOJ, Dept of Civil Rights Division, Dept of Domestic Policy, met in the white house with the National Teachers Union to discuss the mobilization of parents across the nation that are protesting against Critical Race Theory and the effect it will have on the upcoming 2022 election. They were discussing ways to take federal action to intimidate, chill, and silence parents in violation of their first amendment rights to protest against the elected officials of the School Boards, for the curriculum of Critical Race Theory, and for the wearing of masks by children for a virus that does not affect them. They have also been protesting mandates for the vaccine for themselves and their children, because if you can treat the virus, why the hell would you get a vaccination for said virus?

The Supreme Court has long upheld the constitutional right of parents to be in charge of what their children are taught in the school systems.

A couple of the unnamed officials at this meeting brought up that;
1. The federal government had no authority in school boards, as it is directly run by the state, not the federal government.
2. Their right to protest was constitutionally protected and should not be violated.

A senior official of the white house staff said it was a priority of the white house, and there would be a text created to control these parents.

Now on Sept. 29th, the National School Board Association sent the already written letter to Joe Biden, claiming that they needed help due to these parents getting loud in a pattern of violence and should be considered 'domestic terrorists'.

On October 4th, the AG made public the memorandum about giving them a dedicated hotline to call if and when the school board meetings got out of hand. The FBI would then interview and surveil the parents who allegedly were committing violence or issuing threats against the local school boards.

This is with no evidence to back up what the School Boards were accusing these parents of doing, and the school board could not even produce one circumstance where there was violence.

So this letter was created by the Biden officials and The National Teacher's Union, fraudulently making it look like it was coming from the outside source of the National School Board Association, and much too quickly was processed by the DOJ, on the 4th of October. It is purposely created to intimidate and strike fear in the hearts of American parents who don't want their children taught to be racists and to hate their country. Created to silence them and deny them their first amendment rights to protest and of speech to be heard.

This is a very large scandal in Washington D.C. I personally think they need to be identified, indicted and incarcerated for violating these parents civil rights in an area that the federal government has NO AUTHORITY whatsoever. They cannot use the Patriot Act to arrest these law abiding citizens as it was created for foreign actors against the United States. And what they are doing is just downright illegal as hell.

Here comes the Tyrant and the Tyranny of the American Marxists that call themselves Democrats. We need a divorce from the American Marxists that call themselves Democrats.

There you have it, there it is, and so it goes...

p.s. Merrit Garland, AG, his daughter married in June a man that is founder of Panarama that supplies the Critical Race Theory text books for 25% of the nations school districts. This is a multi-billion dollar industry, but seen as how this CRT is one of the main issues, Mr. Garland has no business prosecuting anyone protesting it, as it is a messy conflict of interest.

October 9, 2021 at 5:48pm
October 9, 2021 at 5:48pm
So now, Biden in his infinite wisdom is sending the FBI after parents who are protesting school board meetings about masks and Critical Race Theory. He is calling them domestic terrorists. This is not going to end well for him.
September 28, 2021 at 5:16pm
September 28, 2021 at 5:16pm

States that have active legislator this year:

01. Washington
02. Montana
03. Wyoming
04. Nebraska
05. Kansas
06. Minnesota
07. Illinois
08. Kentucky
09. Ohio
10. Michigan
11. Pennsylvania
12. Maryland
13. New Jersey
14. Massachusetts
15. Hawaii
September 28, 2021 at 5:12pm
September 28, 2021 at 5:12pm

States that have passed one chamber

01. New Mexico
02. South Dakota
03. Iowa
04. Wisconsin
05. Virginia
06. North Carolina
07. South Carolina
08. New Hampshire

September 28, 2021 at 1:46pm
September 28, 2021 at 1:46pm

So far the states that have passed the Convention of States Resolutions follows:

01. Arizona
02. Utah
03. North Dakota
04. Missouri
05. Arkansas
06. Alaska
07. Louisiana
08. Mississippi
09. Tennessee
10. Alabama
11. Georgia
12. Florida
13. Indiana

13 of 34 states
September 28, 2021 at 5:51am
September 28, 2021 at 5:51am
I'm currently in training for District Captain in my state. This is really an exciting way for us to take back our power and self govern as our Forefathers intended it to be. Come join us in changing our government back into our country, and saving our nation~


September 28, 2021 at 5:44am
September 28, 2021 at 5:44am

This article is reprinted with permission.
Originally Published in Blog on July 16, 2017 by Convention Of States Project

Today began as all conferences do – with hot coffee, warm conversation, and an assortment of breakfast pastries. But what happened next here in Williamsburg, Virginia, made the Simulated Convention of States a “conference” like none other.

The one hundred and thirty four commissioners from all fifty states left their breakfast tables and began the hard work of trying to save America. It began by electing a Convention President. Several great candidates were up for the task, and one by one representatives from each state stood to cast their vote. When the votes were tallied, no consensus had been reached. A murmur spread throughout the room. Unexpected! Those who’d received fewer votes graciously stepped aside, and the commissioners voted again. And again.

Eventually, Ken Ivory of Utah was elected.

Seeing the commissioners’ eagerness to serve, followed immediately by their willingness to step aside was inspirational. The committee meetings that followed were less “inspirational” and more “hard work.” Commissioners broke into three committees:

1. Fiscal Restraint Committee

2. Federal Legislative and Executive Jurisdiction Committee

3 Term Limits and Federal Judicial Jurisdiction Committee

Each committee began by electing a committee chair, followed by a time of discussion. After a quick lunch — though some worked right through lunch — the commissioners voted on the amendment proposals.

I began my time in the fiscal restraint committee, then eavesdropped on a more casual subcommittee meeting discussing legislative jurisdiction. It was such an honor to listen in on these principled conversations, the back and forth amongst the people from all over the nation. No matter which committee I dropped in on, everyone's proposals limited the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, imposed fiscal restraints, and placed term limits on federal officials.

What I heard – even underlying the most vehement disagreements – was hope.

What if we did this…. Or what if we did that instead? Or, do you think it would fix this issue if we resolved to do this?

“One thing I learned,” a commissioner from a southern state told me, “is that this is a sober undertaking.”

While the commissioners were deliberating, I slipped away to give the readers of National Review a behind-the-scenes peek at this historic moment.

See the full presentation here: DAY2  

(You know it’s a good day if I get to hang out with Sen. Tom Coburn.)

After hours of deliberations, the commissioners emerged from their committee rooms looking tired but energized. Then, because this is Colonial Williamsburg, they were escorted to dinner by fife and drum.

As the commissioners finished up dinner and prepared to turn in for the evening, they chatted before parting ways. Many of their conversations were looking back. (Alexander Hamilton meant this when he said… I think people misunderstand Jefferson’s statement on…)

But just as importantly, people were looking forward. Not just to another breakfast line when people can greet each other around the coffee pots for another day of another convention. Not even forward to tomorrow’s debate over the proposed amendments.

What makes this “conference” different than any other is that our commissioners — our patriots — are looking forward to a better day in America when the citizens have the power that DC has tried to take from us. But they’re doing more than looking forward to that day. By their hard work, they’re actually doing something to make that day come sooner.

I’m honored to be a witness to this historic event.


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