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Constitutional Convention Debate with David Welty and Dave Black

David Welty and Dave Black will debate the pros and cons (respectively) of a proposed Article V Convention to amend the Constitution as outlined by Mark Levin's book, The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the American Republic.

This book has inspired many conservative members of the Ohio state legislature to consider HJR 7 which is a proposal for a limited Article V convention.

People in the liberty movement are on both sides of this issue. Some think it is an excellent way for the States to reign in the Federal Government, where others feel there is a great risk of a runaway convention, leading to unwanted amendments to our constitution.

Dave Black is scheduled to give his opposition opinion to the Ohio House Legislative Oversight Committee in mid-November.  He will be testing out his presentation at our debate and will appreciate feedback.

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  • Gene H.

    Really wanted to attend,but had an issue with the car last night. See you next time.

    November 7, 2013

  • Paul P.

    Excellent meeting. Great debate topic and both gentlemen did very good jobs.

    November 6, 2013

  • Karla

    I'm glad a debate is coming to an area close to me

    November 1, 2013

  • Jeremiah M.

    I look forward to the discussion and to meet some fellow patriots.

    October 31, 2013

  • Robert R.

    I cannot join because I will be working but I would like to pose a question. What guarantee do we have that a constitutional convention will focus on one specific amendment? It has not been done since 1787 for the Bill of Rights and no rules were set fourth. During the last Republican convention, delegates were held hostage on buses by homeland security and kept out of the convention. Those that did get in were stripped of their right to represent their perspective districts and our very own speaker Boehner read from a scripted teleprompter to say "the ayes have it" when clearly the nayes had the vote. What will prevent something like this from happening? Who will enforce it?

    October 20, 2013

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