• An eyewitness to history

    Article V of the United States Constitution  The Congress, whenever two thirds of both houses shall deem it necessary, shall propose amendments to this Constitution, or, on the application of the legislatures of two thirds of the several states, shall call a convention for proposing amendments, which, in either case, shall be valid to all […]

  • Daddy, Where Do Cities Come From?

    On any given day Missourians could interact with many governments. This may include the federal government, state, county, city, or even the school board. Each government has their place and are better suited at certain functions. Each of these governments are also capable of tyranny. When tyranny rears its ugly head it must dealt with. The method to […]

  • Failure to do Good is its Own Kind of Wrongdoing

    As a mother, I have tried to teach my children from an early age that wrongdoing always has consequences, even if we can’t predict those consequences at the time. Right now, Missourians—and all Americans—are witnessing the tragic consequences of having allowed our federal government to violate the Constitution’s boundaries on its power and jurisdiction. We […]

  • About That Articvle V Convention

    As a trainer for Level 1 of the Center for Self Governance and the Chair of the Cape County Tea Party, I’m a constructionist / originalist when it comes to the Constitution.  Therefore, when talk of an Article V Convention comes about, I feel that my support of the Constitution must extend to the Convention […]

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