oldie, but goodie, and relevant for the 2014 AZ legislative session
The neocons are at it again. This time, they want to call a con-con and say that our freedoms put into concrete by the founding fathers will be protected and cite "studies." Don't believe it for a second. This is another fake-out designed to lure the teaparty.
Here is some research....
The misaptly named "restoringfreedom.org" which, naturally, will result in your freedoms being taken away if their objective is reached:
WHOIS information for restoringfreedom.org :
Created On:24-Sep-2009 19:13:06 UTC
Last Updated On:13-Oct-2010 02:10:56 UTC
Expiration Date:24-Sep-2014 19:13:06 UTC
Sponsoring Registrar:Network Solutions LLC (R63-LROR)
Status:CLIENT TRANSFER PROHIBITED
Registrant Name:James Booth
Registrant Street1:17904 Benchmark Dr.
Registrant Postal Code:75252
They are calling it "an amendment" but nothing stops them from rewriting the constitution once the convention is called.
EXCERPT: "When James Booth of Dallas, Texas called Glenn Hughes of Scottsdale, Arizona about a business opportunity a year ago, he had no idea he would soon be talking about amending the United States Constitution."
EXCERPT: " RestoringFreedom.org was co-founded by businessmen James Booth of Dallas, Texas, and Glenn Hughes of Scottsdale, Ariz. Hughes says the two men began by exchanging e-mails "
Who is Glenn Hughes of Scottsdale?
-He donated the max to the McCain puppet Jim Ward running for CD-5 in the 2010 primary
- And he's an "investor" in Mortgage "Solutions" of Arizona