Regional Director for the Convention of States Project, David Schneider, will be providing information on the action plan the Founding Fathers placed into the Constitution to fight back against federal overreach. It's been hiding in plain sight for over 200 years right in the original text of the Constitution. Come hear why South Dakota needs to play a big role in this process.
This is exactly what Mark Levin has been talking about for the last few years on his radio program, and precisely the topic he wrote his book "The Liberty Amendments" about.
Please bring your friends out to listen and disucss this very important issue that will be again in front of the SD legislature next year. Attendance is free, donations are appreciated.
- Tuesday, May 10, 2016 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM (MDT)
- Rapid City Public Library - 610 Quincy Street Helen Hoyt Room, Rapid City, SD 57701 - View Map
The federal government has overreached its constitutionally-established boundaries and has its hands in almost every area of our lives. Our children and grandchildren will inherit a bankrupt nation run by an unaccountable bureaucracy.
Article V of the United States Constitution allows us to call a Convention of States to restrict the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, effectively returning the citizens' rightful power over the ruling elite.
Working together, state legislators and American citizens can restore the checks and balances on federal power that were put in place by our founding fathers to protect our liberty from the abuses in Washington DC.
This is a solution based plan. It is time to stop fearing the mechanisms our Founders intended us to use.
Also, we are looking at setting up a meeting in Spearfish on Wednesday, May 11, if anyone has an idea on where to meet and help coordinate.