Small jurisdictions seem to be getting the National Popular Vote thing – and before you say it’s just blue states – feast your eyes on these polling numbers from Idaho, Nebraska, Utah, South Dakota and other reliably red states. http://nationalpopularvote.com/pages/polls.php#ID_2009MAY … Continue reading
National Popular Vote Celebrates Constitution Day State-based plan to elect the President by National Popular Vote respects the Republic and honors the Founding Fathers St. Paul, Minnesota – On September 17, 1797, thirty-nine American’s signed the United States Constitution and … Continue reading
Laura Brod is a thinking conservative and rising star in the conservative movement. It was my honor to visit with Ed Morrissey and Ms. Brod on the National Popular Vote. Check out the resulting post on Hot Air and think … Continue reading
Found this on an old-friend’s facebook page. Very interesting approach to use video cross-fire on blog/journalism. I guess I’d brand this media fusion. Check it out and let me know what you think. http://www.mattlewis.org/
Anna Little on the 10th Amendment. Interesting idea to reference the authorizing provision in the US Constitution for every bill introduced in Congress. What do you guys think?
This is a little project I’ve been working on for a while. I thought ya’ll might find Jason Roe’s commentary on the National Popular Vote interesting. I agree most with his analysis on National Popular Vote preserving the Electoral College … Continue reading
It’s primary day in Minnesota, so I thought I would launch the first contest of my own here at the founderswereright.wordpress.com. If anybody is out there, please submit your favorite phrase, article or amendment from/to the United States Constitution and … Continue reading