Daniel HorowitzPosted November 21, 2016 06:00 AM
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Podcast Show Notes
As excitement is building among conservatives over some of Trump's solid cabinet picks, especially as it relates to immigration and national security, the concerns over the size of the federal government and the abuse of our Constitution and inalienable rights is more potent than ever. We must focus on making state governments relevant again, and one of the most systemic ways of achieving that goal is to promote the Convention of the States Project.
In this episode of The Conservative Conscience, Daniel is joined by Mark Meckler, co-founder of the Convention of the States Project, to discuss Article V conventions, an idea long championed by CR’s Editor-in-Chief, Mark Levin.
Have you been wondering how the process works, why it is so important, and the long-term benefits we can secure from pursuing Article V? Mark Meckler breaks down the facts and swats down some of the misinformation concerning the process. He also updates us on the state of play in the states and how they can come pretty close to meeting the threshold for a convention in the coming year.
Remember, if you think this problem can be solved in Washington, you haven’t been reading enough of Conservative Review. Meckler lets conservative activists know how they can get involved in a long-term project that will actually secure enduring victories for the Constitution.
Daniel Horowitz is a senior editor of Conservative Review. Follow him on Twitter @RMConservative.