Returning America to a constitutional republic by petitioning the states to audit the Federal government for it’s continual breach of contract with the sovereign states.
This week I will be interviewing G.R. Mobley, Talk Show Host, founder of Moblius Strip Press, and Constitutional Scholar. We will be discussing a reasonable alternative to the concept of a Constitutional Convention, which many opponents fear could turn into a runaway convention very quickly because of the wording of Article 5. G.R. believes that an audit of the Federal overreach is much overdue and something that individual states can request without triggering a Con-Con. We will explore the legal options, (some would say requirements) by states to protect the lives, liberty and property of the citizens within their jurisdictions by auditing the long list of Federal abuses and overreach since our founding and the adoption of our U.S. Constitution and the first 10 amendments. We will also explore the lack of sovereign commitment by states that have resulted in the massive expansion of Federal power and control of everyday life in America.
G.R. Mobley is a Retired Marine who has worked and served in the Intelligence Community, either as a discipline leader or an engineering leader for over 35 years. With a passion for history and government, he has been a life-long self-educator and student of our founding documents. He has committed much of his life to public service and leadership in one form or another and hosts a national radio show on “Red State Talk Radio” and a local radio show on Spokane’s KSBN AM1230 radio and both shows are called “Reclaiming the Republic.” G. R. has turned his analytical training, focus, and insight into scouring historical references and source documents of the birth of the Republic, to bring to light relevant information regarding our hybrid Constitutional Republic that has been obfuscated by nationalist and the secular progressives for the past two centuries and has identified that the necessary power has always resided with the sovereign’s (i.e. States and the People) to save our Constitution. His writings and his message will convince reasonable people that the Constitution and the Republic can be saved if the States will only assert their authority within the Republic. This desire and intent is to restore America to its' greatness, must be based upon natural law and the principles that the framers relied upon in the founding of this nation before it is too late. G. R. Mobley points out the ONLY way we will be able to succeed in doing this is by following the standard the framers set by putting aside our differences and self-interests and focus on the same objectives.
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