Reply to: Kochs Bankroll Move to Rewrite the Constitution
This article is full of distortions and false info. An Article V Convention is a Convention to recommend .. It cannot approve anything but the suggestions. The state legislatures do the ratifying if they can put together 38 states that agree. There is no "threat" of a "runaway convention" as nothing is finally decided until after the convention completes its suggestions. If the delegates to the convention decide to recommend 1 or 20 amendments, each one must be voted on by the state legislatures individually. Where is the threat. Keep in mind that this convention might very well recommend parts of the constitution's amendments be repealed...such as the income tax, the 17th Amendment that removed the ability of the states to appoint its Senators (they were never intended to be elected by the people). Lots needs fixed in Washington beside term limits and budget. Convention of States is the only constitutional way that it can be done. Congres won't do it. Too much power lost.
Reply to: Environmental & Health Effects of Oil Dispersants a Mystery to BP and the Government
Well i was there breathing all the oil and dispersants and what id like to know is whats going to happen to all of us who were forced to breathe all that in for 4 months.
Reply to: The Pro-Junk Mail Lobby: Fighting to Sustain the Unsustainable?
Reply to: Group Focused on Goverment Ethics Puts Scott Walker on List of “Worst Governors in America”
If you are so sure of the integrity of Scott Walker, join with me and ask for his records from Marquette University be unsealed.
Reply to: The Googlization of the Far Right: Why is Google Funding Grover Norquist, Heritage Action and ALEC?
Work on your math. This country has gone down the tubes in precisely that length of time, 2 years, and Obama is nowhere to be seen, or blamed! By the way, I thought math was taught well in Russia and other mob-owned countries, but maybe with the mob's take-over, education has suffered.