And they said Mark Levin was crazy…..


Legislators from 32 States met this weekend at Mount Vernon to discuss a convention of the States to amend the Constitution.  A lot of people in the United States are unaware that there is more than one way to amend the Constitution.  Readers of this page, however, are certainly aware of that fact, since we informed y’all of it, here.

The Blaze has the Mount Vernon story, and it’s definitely worth a read, especially if you are dismayed at the most recent activities of the President and Harry Reid.  From The Blaze:

Two-thirds of the state legislatures, or 34, must approve an application for a convention to occur, according to the Constitution’s article five. State legislatures would then send delegates to the convention, each state getting one vote on proposed amendments. For an amendment to pass and become a part of the Constitution, it would have to be approved by three-fourths, or 38, of the state legislatures.

I am still reading The Liberty Amendments.  I know I promised y’all that I would give you a good review.  I’ll say this:  I’m fascinated, and heartened, by Mark Levin’s work.  I believe that The Liberty Amendments lays out the best path that I’ve found to re-establish the rule of law in the United States, and check the power of the Executive Branch.  If y’all haven’t gotten your copy of this important book yet, then do so.  Now would be a great time.

Image taken from Amazon's page where you can buy this book.  Do it.

Image taken from Amazon’s page where you can buy this book. Do it.