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Defending the Constitution from the Convention of States (COS)

May 3, 2023

A Constitutional Convention (Con Con) is the attempt to rewrite and replace the Constitution. Among “replacement” Constitutions are: the proposed Constitution for the Newstates of America, produced by the Rockefeller Foundation in 1974; the Constitution for the New Socialist Republic in North America, drfated by the revolutionary communist party USA ; Council on Foreign Relations’ Task Force “constitution,” for a North American Union, and the National Constitution Center’s Constitution Drafting Project. According to legal scholar Joanna Martin J.D., “George Soros has sponsored the Constitution 2020 Movement – he wants a Marxist Constitution.”

Martin says: “State Legislators need to open their eyes and see that while they are being used to get a Convention; they will have no power over the Convention; and won’t be able to do anything to stop a new Constitution with its own new mode of ratification from being imposed on us. State Legislatures must immediately rescind the applications for a convention they already sent to Congress.”

Instead of trying to change the Constitution, state legislators with the guidance of constituents, can enforce it, by nullifying unconstitutional court rulings, federal laws, executive orders, and regulations.

Better policies are possible when the people get involved and participate in policymaking, especially at the local and State level.



Publius-Huldah: A Thorn in the side of COS – The New American

In today’s spotlight is legal scholar Joanna Martin, popularly known under her pseudonym Publius-Huldah. For decades she has been a tireless defender of the United States Constitution against those who wish to replace it with a modernist counterfeit.

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Publius-Huldah’s Exhibit List

COS’s simulated convention in 2016

Mark Levin’s Liberty Amendments

Stop A Con-Con




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George Soros assault on U.S. Constitution (

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