A little over a week ago Andrea Shea King invited Tom DeWeese of The American Policy Center - and the conversation revolved around the concern over the current threat of a Constitutional Convention being called. 32 states have passed resolutions calling for the convention, and only two more states are needed. According to the conversation during Andrea's Blog Talk Radio Show, if those two more state resolutions are passed, Congress will have no choice but to convene a Convention, throwing our U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights up for grabs, and possibly redefining many of the issues contained within it.
Loki of Founding Truth, and Bill Walker, co-founder of The Friends of the Article V Convention, disagree. They say that the Constitution will not be up for grabs as some folks fear, and that what is being called is actually an Article V Convention - or Amendment Convention - and any changes made must receive 75% of state approval (38 states) in order to be enacted, and no radical agendas can possibly receive that many votes.
Tonight, on Founding Truth, that will be discussed - and I will be there to stir the pot!
Tune in tonight at 8pm Eastern, or catch the archive later, HERE.
Then, at 10pm Eastern, Political Pistachio Radio will discuss how the Homosexual intolerance of Rick Warren is unacceptable, and how Warren, under the pressure, came back with an unbelievable Politically Correct response. Meanwhile, the U.S. has refused to sign on to a United Nations declaration on sexual orientation - siding with traditional marriage . . . for now. The "hate speech" provision in Canada continues to restrict free speech rights for Christians who speak out against homosexuality and gay marriage. A surprising result to a liberal poll that asked: Should the motto "In God We Trust" be removed from U.S. Currency? And are the Obamas this century's Kennedys? Tune in live, or catch the archive later: HERE.