May state legislative applications limit an Article V convention? Subject, yes; specific language, probably not
- September 12, 2013
None of the amendment campaigns . . . favors the open-ended convention needed for radical change. All of their model legislative applications severely limit the convention’s scope.READ MORE
As with the Harvey Weinstein situation, could it be that politics causes a double standard on acceptance of sexual harassment?
The left celebrates speaking truth to power. It oozes through the smugness of every late-night TV comic and Hollywood actor turned activist. But it’s hard not to notice the power they speak to almost always seems to be on the right. Those on the left get protected.READ MORE
If it’s devious and being done behind closed doors, it must be Xcel Energy. Late Friday, two reliable sources independently sent me a copy of what appears to be draft legislation that the monopoly investor-owned utility is quietly shopping around the Gold Dome, in search of a sponsor. Xcel’s name isn’t anywhere on the draft,READ MORE
This might be news to the “keep it in the ground” folks, but you aren’t on the Clinton campaign radar, according to recently released Podesta emails. Just prior to Super Tuesday, Democrat presidential candidate Bernie Sanders released an ad in Colorado last saying he is “the only candidate to oppose fracking,” which prompted this responseREAD MORE