Convention Of States must support Donald Trump, in his, & the American People, a goal to free America from the controlling arms of outsiders. It is clear in the 16th, 17th and 10th Amendments of the Constitution, that the British Empire violated our Constitution.
Edits by the TTTG Networking Team, Posted by Convention of States Project on January 23, 2017 “Will Trump’s swamp-draining agenda survive the (revenge of the bureaucrats) “?
Even with the help of a Republican-controlled Congress, the Trump Administration is finding it more difficult to drain the swamp than they anticipated.
Politico published an article this morning entitled “Revenge of the Bureaucrats” that outlines the myriad ways DC’s bureaucratic leviathan can impede the President’s agenda. These include leaking information to Capitol Hill and the press, prodding inspectors general to probe political appointees, and using the tools of bureaucracy to slow or sandbag policy proposals. All of these moves, Politico warns, “can overtly, or passive aggressively, unravel a White House’s best-laid plans.”
One President cannot root out his bureaucratic nightmare. The swamp has been growing for decades, and it will take more than eight years to clean it up.
The only way to remove the corrosive bureaucratic structure in Washington is to call and convene an Article V Convention of States. A Convention of States goes around federal agencies and regulations to get at the heart of the problem: faulty constitutional interpretations.
The Supreme Court has for decades interpreted the Constitution to allow the federal government to gain more power. A Convention of States can propose amendments to the Constitution to correct these interpretations. Delegates can propose amendments to require a balanced budget, impose term limits, and most importantly, limit the power and jurisdiction of federal bureaucrats.
Randy E. Barnett’s Endorsement of Convention Of States, now before I get into this issue for Convention Of States, Randy E. Barnett is the one person who shared a truth, and because he did so, this is why we did not shut down COS. Now you may think that our Network Work Team, does not have the ability to do so…….. think again.
Randy E. Barnett is a Member of Council on Foreign Relations, he is also a Attorney in and for Convention Of States. There seems to be a falling out within the CFR Members of London England.
Mr. Barnett stated clear that the United States Constitution is a Independent Document, and it will take up to 10 amendments to remove infiltrated measure.
Randy E. Barnett
Randy E. Barnett – Georgetown Law – Georgetown University
Randy E. Barnett Attorney on Convention Of States.
Randy E. Barnett is the Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Legal Theory at the Georgetown University Law Center, where he directs the Georgetown Center for the Constitution and teaches constitutional law and contracts. Professor Barnett is a graduate of Harvard Law School, he has argued before the United States Supreme Court. In 2011-12 he represented the National Federation of Independent Business in its constitutional challenge to the Affordable Care Act.
Randy E. Barnett also challenged the UK Parliament- Amendment IV – No Abuse of the Treaty Power also daubed Amendment X – Neither Foreign Law nor American Judges May Alter the Meaning of Constitution
Normal amendment procedure (Articles 153–156): the Parliament can amend the Constitution for minor issues with a two-thirds majority. This shall be done in three successive readings.
Parliament, The Treaties of the European Union are a set of international treaties between member states that describe the constitutional basis of the European Union. Amendments must be ratified unanimously by the member states either by the national parliament or referendum.
Edward Mandell House
Edward Mandell House,was the founder for Council on Foreign Relations, he was also a member Parliament of the United Kingdom / an English immigrant who moved to the United States.
The Council on Foreign Relations, was basically founded by the UK Parliament.
The Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission
Most Americans have never heard of these two organizations. But knowing something about them is essential to understanding what has been going on in America for several decades. So, let us examine, first, the Council on Foreign Relations and then…the Trilateral Commission.
The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)
The Council on Foreign Relations (7) was incorporated in 1921. It is a private group which is headquartered at the corner of Park Avenue and 68th Street in New York City, in a building given to the organization in 1929.
The CFR’s founder, Edward Mandell House, had been the chief adviser of President Woodrow Wilson. House was not only Wilson’s most prominent aide, he actually dominated the President. Woodrow Wilson referred to House as “my alter ego” (my other self), and it is totally accurate to say that House, not Wilson, was the most powerful individual in our nation during the Wilson Administration, from 1913 until 1921.