“We the People: The Strategy to Convene a Convention – For Republic Review,” is the logical continuation to "We the People: Whose Constitution is it Anyway," which was an irrefutable argument as to why America must convene a Constitutional Convention for “Republic Review.” This concept of Republic Review has been recognized as the most logical solution by Constitutional scholars and this book provides insights as to how simple the process is and how little effort it would take to unite the States into convening a special Convention. This book solidifies the argument that conducting a Convention for Republic Review must be the immediate concern for those who want to fix the nation’s national security and preserve the Constitution and the Republic. Through Republic Review the Republic would be able to solve issues such as runaway spending, entitlement reform, and every other problem the nation is facing from unconstitutional government. The long term solution would be a follow-on Article V Convention to Amend the Constitution, which Jon Roland, Mark Levin, and others are arguing for.
Therefore, if one simply wants instructions as to how to apply the needed aid to our bleeding nation, then “We the People: The Strategy to Convene a Convention – For Republic Review” will provide the necessary background to do so. The simplicity of the strategy is based upon what the framers utilized to convene the first Continental Congress and can now be used to convene a convention for the primary stakeholders of this compact to perform a review or an audit of the general government as to how the general government is aligned to Constitution. The stakeholder’s of this contract is the Republic not the general government. In essence, “We the People: The Strategy to Convene a Convention – For Republic Review,” applies the Resolution or nullification powers to the greater problem we face today, which is full scale tyranny from the Federal Government and delineates hot the Republic not only has the power but the obligation to fix the out of control usurpation of roles, responsibilities, and powers (RRPs) by the Federal government.
This book provides both a tactical and strategic plan and calls upon national and local conservative entertainers such as: national and local entertainers Glenn Beck, Mike Huckabee, Bill O'Riley, Rush Limbaugh, Larry Elder, Mark Levin, Laura Ingraham, Dennis Miller, Sean Hannity, David Webb, Andrew Wilkow, John Stossel, Judge Napolitano, Mike Church, Michael Savage, Monica Crowley, Megan Kelly, Jerry Doyle, Cam and Company, Lars Larson, Bill Handel, John & Ken, Roger Hedgecock, Dave Ramsey, Rusty Humphries, Doug Wright, Don Imus, Michael Medved, Hugh Hewitt, and others to lead from their forums and push the focus back to the States to get the necessary thirty four States to convene a convention to assemble a two-thirds majority. This book also points out how some conservatives are positioned to be key instruments in the saving of the Republic even faster. Those leaders would be Kelsey Grammer, Mitt Romney, and many who are affluent and possess the resources to provide command and control services.
There is a distinct advantage on finding and developing a central media point for command and control, and this book points out how Glenn Beck and his multimedia organization The Blaze media center is the best fit for this due to its resources and scope. Symbiotically, the strategy in this book would transform The Blaze into likely the dominant opposition to monopoly the progressives possess on the mainstream media, and would likely marginalize FOXS News Channel. This does not mean the strategy cannot go forward without Glenn Beck, but applying his resources today would quickly push the Republic on the path of restoring the Constitutional Republic and placing the general government back into scope of the Constitution within a year or two.