Mark Levin Decries “Post-Constitutional Period” in NRA Speech

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In a speech that has now been shared tens of thousands of times via websites like The Blaze and The Right Scoop, Mark Levin excoriated leftists, Attorney General Eric Holder, former Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens, and “confused French Republicans,” to name a few.

Levin, an eight-year veteran of the Reagan Administration and the third-most listened to talk radio host in America, was interrupted frequently by enthusiastic applause at Friday’s NRA-ILA Leadership Forum. “This is the safest place on the face of the earth right now,” Levin declared.

Citing John Paul Stevens’ proposed Constitutional amendments, which would effectively nullify the Second Amendment, Levin bellowed, “I have a proposed amendment out there as well that would limit Supreme Court justices to twelve year terms.”

Levin was referring to his recent #1 New York Times bestselling book The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the American Republic, a book that argues…

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Florida Becomes Third State to Call for Convention of States to Restrain Federal Government

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The Florida House passed a resolution calling for an Article V Convention of States by voice vote on Monday, joining the Florida Senate. Both legislative bodies passed identical versions of the bill, meaning that Florida is set to become the third state applying for a convention of this kind. 

A signature by the state’s governor is not necessary for the application to be valid; only passage through both houses of the legislature is required.

Georgia was the first state to officially apply for a convention of this kind, and Alaska became the second state on Saturday.

Under Article V of the Constitution, states can call a convention for the purpose of proposing amendments to the Constitution if 34 states pass similar applications.

The bill applies for an Article V Convention…

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Gosnell Movie: The True-Crime Film that Could Save Lives

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th (1)A team of independent filmmakers has launched what might be the most ambitious crowd-funding campaign ever in order to tell a story that was downplayed by the mainstream media.

The makers of the hit documentary “FrackNation” are aiming to raise at least $2.1 million in order to produce a television film about abortion Dr. Kermit Gosnell, who was convicted of the murder of three babies and the involuntary manslaughter of one woman. Gosnell was also convicted of drug charges for illegally writing prescriptions for hundreds of thousands of pills to people that did not need them. His abortion practice and drug dealing business made him a millionaire.

If you haven’t heard of Gosnell, you are not alone, which is why Phelim McAleer, Magdalena Segieda, and Ann McElhinney are making the film which has already raised over $1.1 million. Although the trial occurred at the same time as the Jodi Arias trial…

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Florida Senate Calls for Convention of States to Confront Federal Government

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The Florida Senate has passed a resolution that calls for an Article V convention of states. According to early reports, the motion passed by a voice vote, due to the overwhelming support for the resolution.

Under Article V of the Constitution, states can call a convention for the purpose of proposing amendments to the Constitution if 34 states pass similar applications.

Last month, Georgia became the first state to officially submit an application for a convention of states that would meet “for the sole purpose of proposing amendments to the Constitution of the United States that impose fiscal restraints on the federal government, limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and limit the terms of office of federal government officials.”

Alaska’s House, Alabama’s House, and Arizona’s House

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