New interactive maps online using Google Maps interface. No party info, but a street by street look at how the lines are drawn.…Continue
Started Aug 4, 2011
Someday in the future, some historian will ask some individual, perhaps one of you, “Why did you get involved in the Tea Parties? Was it the spending? Was it the bailouts? Was it health care? “No,” they will answer. It was very simple. We had always governed ourselves, we always intended to govern ourselves, and those liberals didn’t think that we should.”
Do we really need a candidate who is so flippant (or so poorly advised) that he is forced to reverse field on a regular basis? And, more importantly, what do his constant…Continue
Posted on April 7, 2015 at 5:03pm — 1 Comment
Article V Convention of States
The Convention of States Project has received some huge endorsements since we started in 2013, but today we are proud to say we have added another avid supporter to our growing list of endorsers.
Senator Tom Coburn, Sarah Palin, Governor Bobby Jindal,…Continue
Posted on March 24, 2015 at 8:29pm
By National Constitution Center staff:
Republican Senator Ted Cruz has announced his candidacy for President, again raising the issue of how people born in other countries qualify for office under the Constitution.
In the case of Cruz, he was born in Canada in 1970, and his father was born in Cuba and his mother was born as a United States citizen in Delaware).
Posted on March 23, 2015 at 5:54pm
Today Ted Cruz, the fiery Texas Senator announced he is running for President.
Technically, he announced that at Midnight on his Twitter feed. He will make a speech today at Liberty University that will set the tone for his campaign.
Cruz chose today, the fifth anniversary of the signing of Obamacare as the date for his announcement.
He chose Liberty University for a reason too.
He is sending a message.
But there is one overwhelming reason why Ted…Continue
Posted on March 23, 2015 at 8:46am