Constitutional Expert Publius Huldah Will Be In Marietta Georgia on December 3rd 2014

Constitutional Expert Publius Huldah Will Be In Marietta Georgia on December 3rd 2014

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I got an email from our friend, contributor and  Constitutional Expert Publius Huldah saying:


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Dear Friends,
Here is a link to the Press Release for an event in Marietta, Georgia on Dec. 3 where I will be speaking on the dangers of an Article V convention.  If there is a convention, we are sure to lose our Constitution and Declaration of Independence.  I will show you why this grave danger exists and what you can do about it.
ALL of the pro-convention speakers with the “convention of states” Project (COS)  withdrew when they learned I would be there.  COS  true believers are sending hate mail (about me) to the organizers of the event.  The COS people are furious that I am speaking and apparently are trying to get people to boycott the event.
If you are in the general area of Marietta, Ga, please consider attending and bringing friends and relations.
COS people are using the Alinsky tactic of smearing, isolating, and marginalizing me – so that no one will permit me to speak to their groups.

So we must make that tactic backfire by filling up the room.I will not mince words.

And then I will FEARLESSLY answer Questions about a convention.

Let me know if you have any questions; and I hope to see you there.
The debate will be at Cherokee Cattle Company located at 2710 Canton Rd, Marietta, GA 30066 at 6:30 p.m.  on December 3, 2014.   Pubius is a great public speaker who’s done extensive research on the proposed Article V Convention (Much of it published here on Grumpy Opinions. ) She knows the subject inside and out.
Among other things they’re overlooking, conservative proponents of an Article V Convention are ignoring the fact George Soros has spent years, and millions of dollars preparing for an event that will recreate our Constitution into something that gives us  exactly the government he, and Barack Obama want.
If you’re going to be any where near Marietta it should be an interesting and informative evening..




Media Contacts:
Jane Yandow,,  770-815-5599
Field Searcy,,  678-525-7072

For immediate release

Public Debate: Convention of States – Is it the rightful remedy at this time?

If Congress doesn’t follow the Constitution now, why would they follow it if we change it?  Let’s defend it, not amend it.

November 25, 2014 – There is going to be a showdown at the Cherokee Cattle Company on Canton Rd. in Marietta, Wednesday, December 03, 2014 starting at 6:30 p.m., where activists are gathering to draw down on whether an Article V Constitutional Convention is the right way to remedy federal overreach.

A recently formed group, Restore and Preserve the Constitution, is sponsoring the event where participants will examine whether the Georgia legislature made the right move last session when they passed a resolution asking Congress to call a convention for the purpose of proposing changes to the Constitution.

“Georgia and other states backed away, rescinding their call for a convention back in 2004, and need to do so again.” said the group’s founder and chair Debbie Staver.

“People are so desperate to rein in runaway federal spending and the government’s gross overreach of its powers that they jumped on the convention bandwagon without really bearing in mind that it could result in wholesale changes to the Constitution that legitimize the powers the federal government has usurped”, says Staver.

The featured speaker at the forum will be Publius Huldah, a retired attorney who has gained a national following for her insights on how the states and citizens can peacefully restore federalism, the rule of law and their rights.

Group member Richard Arena of Roswell explained, “Leading advocates for the Convention of States (COS) have been invited to present their perspective with equal time, but so far none have accepted the challenge”.

Staver explains that the convention issue began when radio columnist and author Mark Levin published his best-selling book “The Liberty Amendments” where he argues that a convention called under Article V of the Constitution is the mechanism the Framers provided in the event all three branches of the federal government overstepped their bounds.

About the same time Mark Levin’s book came out Citizens for Self Governance, a nonprofit advocacy group, began promoting a convention for the propose of proposing changes to the Constitution that would further clarify the limits of federal powers.  Whether a convention called under Article V will be controlled by the states, the Congress or through some compromise is a matter of speculation and debate because the Constitution is silent on the issue and there has never been an Article V convention, so there are no applicable precedents.

The Convention of States advocates from both ends of the political spectrum are meeting to plan the convention rules and procedures – or maybe not depending on where Congress, and possibly the Supreme Court, come down on the issue once the threshold number of states required to call the convention is reached.

This December 3rd debate is open to the public and will be at the Cherokee Cattle Company located at 2710 Canton Rd, Marietta, GA 30066 at 6:30 p.m.

For more information visit the Restore and Preserve the Constitution Facebook page.

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