An Economic Crisis
National Debt is rising unchecked
Congress refuses to restrain itself
Hear from the Experts
Congressional Candidates and Incumbents Pledge to Co-Sponsor the House Concurrent Resolution (HCR 24) which States:
“As provided in Article V of the Constitution of the United States, and except as provided in paragraph (2), Congress hereby calls a Convention for proposing amendments to the Constitution of the United States for a date and place to be determined on calling the Convention.
“Paragraph (1) does not apply if, prior to the expiration of the 60-day period which begins on the date of the adoption of this concurrent resolution— (A) the House Clerk provides a written report stating there have never been unrescinded and ‘‘continuing’’ applications for a Convention to propose amendments from at least two-thirds (34) of the States on any national issues (plenary) plus the single issue of fiscal responsibility; and (B) the House Clerk includes in the report detailed findings for each State.
“Each proposed amendment at the Convention for proposing amendments called under this section shall be ratified by a vote of We the People in three-quarters (38) of the States via State Convention delegates who shall ‘‘have no ground for reversing the vote of millions of its citizens’’ (Chiafalo v. Washington).”
Sovereign Debt is Eating the World – How did we get here?
The aftermath of COVID-19 and quarantine has left many of us with myopic tendencies, and we are not looking at the bigger picture of how debt is impacting the world and what the consequences may be if our leaders or “We the People” voters don’t take any action to correct the problem. On November 11,…
The Constitution is not a Con Job
In an op-ed published by Sun Sentinel on January 17, 2024, Lisa B. Nelson, CEO of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) reminds us that “without strong safeguards, power would inevitably migrate to the national government while eroding individual rights and state sovereignty, federalism was woven into the U.S. Constitution to prevent federal overreach.” Read…
Heeding the Founder’s Advice and Intent on Federal Debt
Federal Fiscal Sustainability Foundation board member David M. Walker gives his opinion about the Federal Debt and recommends that “the House Judiciary Committee should hold a hearing on House Concurrent Resolution 24, which relates to the Congress’ constitutional responsibility under Article V regarding this issue” in an op-ed published by DC Journal on January 8,…
America’s Runaway Debt Scenario: $1Trillion in Interest per Year
According to an op-ed by Peter Svab and published by “The Epoch Times,” “The U.S. federal government has borrowed so much money that, over the past year, it has had to spend one-fifth of all the money it collected just on debt interest–which came to almost $880 billion.” (Sidebar: Think about the other programs that…