How to Call an Article V Convention is a Matter of FACT, Not Opinion – and the Truth May Shock You

September 20, 2013 by · 3 Comments
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Whether you are a proponent or an opponent of an Article V Amendment Convention, there are some irrefutable facts involved in the matter; most notably, whether or not States have the right to call a Convention, and whether or not approbation of congress is requisite for the ratification of Amendments. The truth of what Article V is, means, and represents, as well as how and by whom it’s controlled is not a matter of opinion, it’s a matter of fact. Yes, whether or not the States should call an Amendment Convention is highly debatable; but their having the power or not to do so is cut and dry; as I shall shortly prove simply by presenting a chronological sequence of the events pertaining to this topic from James Madison’s meticulous “Notes of Debates in the Federal Convention of 1787.”  Read more

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