Convention of the States

This group is for discussion of the Convention of the States, Article V of the Constitution, advanced in the Mark Levin book, The Liberty Amendment.

Recommended reading, but not easy reading.  This concept is very thoughtfully presented and it makes clear that it is up to we, the people, to bring America back to her founding principles.  This is a good way to get that under way.


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Citizens for Self Governance

YOU can help in forming a Convention of States

Ultimately, the success of the Article V depends on the citizens of the United States.  Volunteers will be the engine that drives this project.  If Americans are willing to sacrifice their time and energy, there is still time to halt the tyrannical abuses of the federal government. 

Interested individuals are encouraged to join our growing grassroots movement by signing up on the Take Action page. There, individuals can pledge to contact their legislators and will be notified when important volunteer opportunities arise. These opportunities include: 

  1. Volunteering to contact your legislators to support a Convention of the States

  2. Volunteering to attend a legislative hearing to support a Convention of the States

  3. Agreeing to volunteer for the next campaign for a legislator/candidate who supports a Convention of the States

  4. Donating to candidates/legislators who support a Convention of the States

  5. Donating to CSG to support this project


Click this attachment to get a printable copy of this plan.  Feel free to save to your computer.  CSG-How-You-Can-Help-2009-04-2013.doc

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Discussion Forum

Jim DeMint joins the fight.

Started by Arizona Freedom Alliance. Last reply by Patty Jun 16. 8 Replies

Former U.S. Senator Jim DeMint has officially joined the Convention of States Project as a Senior Advisor! For nearly two decades, DeMint made a name for himself in Washington fighting for freedom,…Continue

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Unsullied by Falsehood: The Signing Of The Declaration of Independence by Harvard University

Started by Tif Morgan May 17. 0 Replies

 This is what we found out, Professor Danielle Allen Emily Sneff of The West Sussex Record Office, challenged two different, Preambles to the Declaration Of Independence, and they went further to…Continue

Tags: Harvard-University, New, America, Independence, Declaration

The Unanimous Declaration Of The Thirteen United States Of America: July 4, 1776 Sussex Doc.

Started by Tif Morgan. Last reply by Tif Morgan May 15. 5 Replies

 A update, The truth exposed ! The Unanimous Declaration Of The Thirteen United States Of  America: July 4, 1776, Sussex Document, is a major find, and will become a political blunder against the…Continue

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Sussex: Declaration of Independence Of The United States of America

Started by Tif Morgan May 6. 0 Replies

 The formatting of the document to images has been completed, The Sussex: Declaration of Independence Of the United States of America, was placed before our board members, and copies sent out to…Continue

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Comment by Jan Fielder-Smith on September 5, 2013 at 6:41pm

Thank you for starting this page.  I think we can do this if we put our minds to it.  And we'd better if we want to save the USA.  And thanks for those who have knowledge and articles so we can learn what to do.

Comment by Robert Brickman on September 4, 2013 at 10:54pm

Helpful Interviews and Articles

Liberty Amendment Team,

Suggestions as you read the book:

Go to Levin's FB or Amazon site or his Radio Show site and download interviews with him where he explains the amendments.

Go to the link below and download Andrew McCarthy's article summarizing the book's main points.  (By the way, if you save as a WORD or PDF file you can circulate and post for others to read.)

Hope this helps,

Bob B

Comment by Bruce M Piepho on September 4, 2013 at 4:29pm

This is a very necessary convention.  Our federal government has been co-opted into an obressive, overbearing and over spending tyrant.  We are not at the point of tyranny.  But we the citizens have the duty to take this country back towards the original founder fathers vision of a republic. 


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My reading of history convinces me that most bad government results from too much government.
Thomas Jefferson



The best in books to make every conservative start thinking in new ways about America and the world being controlled by the Obama Administrations AND Republicans and Democrats.  Some surprises are in store for those who look!




Suppose the earth and its inhabitants exist in order to identify just what causes mankind continually to suffer so many troublesome problems and afflictions.

At present, most persons decide to act on whatever happens with their thoughts. But doing so puts them in competition with one of the creator's natural laws first identified by Richard Wetherill.


The answer is not complicated. People must stop basing their behavior on their personal thinking. Instead they have to act on the creator's thoughts, here being described in the English language as rational, honest, and morally right.

No longer should people reason from their concepts of good and evil, right and wrong, likes and dislikes, or whatever else comes to mind. Instead, mankind must think the creator's thoughts. That enables them successfully to do what is rational, honest, and morally right.

That may seem incredible until understood. But, consider that it is the way that mankind can escape the death penalty everybody has been paying since the days that people were created.

Join the survivors who have stopped their personal thinking. They now base their behavior on the creator's guiding thoughts to act in a way that is rational, honest, and morally right.

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