ANNOUNCING . . THE WEEKLY COUNTERMAND AMENDMENT REPORT


ANNOUNCING THE MOST IMPORTANT RADIO TALK SHOW IN AMERICA . . . .COUNTERMAND AMENDMENT REPORT

The Countermand Amendment is the most important Constitutional initiative in America since the 1787 Constitutional Convention. You can have part in making history to restore our heritage and Constitutional Republic.
https://www.countermands.us/countermand-amendment-course.html

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Tuesdays 9:00 to 10:00 PM, EST PNN TALK RADIO http://pnntalkradio.com
 Host & Teacher Charles Kacprowicz, Executive Director CITIZEN INITIATIVES
Host & Teacher Charles Kacprowicz, Executive Director CITIZEN INITIATIVES

Charles has been the leading authority on Article V Amendments to the United States Constitution for 40+ years. He has been advancing Article V Single Issue Amendments (either through Congress or State Legislatures) for four decades.

The weekly COUNTERMAND AMENDMENT REPORT promises to be the most important and informative radio talk show in America. We can and will restore our heritage and Constitutional Republic with the Countermand Amendment.

8:00 to 9:00 PM, Tuesdays, EST

A. In depth discussions with State and National leaders on challenging issues relating to Federal encroachment on States Rights and citizen liberties.
B. Learn how anti Article V groups have cost America $18 trillion in tax revenue and nearly $20 trillion in debt.
C. Learn how the Countermand Amendment will remedy issues relating to: enumerated rights (1st, 2nd, 4th, Amendments and more), un-enumerated rights (9th,10th Amendments, including nullifications), EPA, BLM, energy, healthcare, IRS, Court decisions, taxes, Congressional budgets and statutes, Executive Orders, education, unfunded liabilities, non-government mandates, social issues, privacy, 17th Amendment deficiencies and more.
D. Weekly reports on the Countermand Amendment’s progress in the State Legislatures.
E. Updates on other Single Issue Amendment Initiatives sponsored by Citizen Initiatives.
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Article-V

9:00 to 10:00 PM, Tuesdays, EST

Take part in a very special 8 week live radio ‘Constitution’ course. Learn how ‘Article V’ of the United States Constitution can and will be used to restore our Constitutional Republic safely and quickly.

Course Title
ARTICLE V 101
Subject Outline

1. State Legislature Sovereignty
2. Countermand Amendment Overview
3. Citizen Initiatives and Its Team
4. Proposing Amendments
5. State Legislatures are Final Arbiters in All Constitutional Matters
6. What Federal Laws Can the States Countermand and Rescind?
7. Article V and the Countermand Amendment Empowers the States
8. Article V Does Not Allow Delegates to Write a New Constitution
9. Article V and Constitutional Conventions
10. Transition from Articles of Confederation to US Constitution
11. Delegates at Constitutional Convention vs Article V Amendment Convention
12. State Legislatures Created the Federal Government
13. Many Pro Article V Groups Will Cause Abdication of State Sovereignty
14. State Legislatures are the Deliberative Body
15. Thorniest Problem at the 1787 Constitutional Convention
16. One Vote per State – Most Important Issue at the 1787 Constitutional Convention
17. 534 Politically Charged Delegates at an Article V Amendment Convention
18. The Countermand Amendment Will Avoid a Lengthy and Disruptive Convention
19. The Countermand Amendment is Non Partisan
20. States Become Respected Partners with the Federal Government
21. Tools with Teeth
22. State Nullification and Un-enumerated Rights
23. Article V Countermand Amendment Process
24. Delegate Resolution Does Not Violate Article 1, Section 10
25. The 34/26/38/51 Strategy
26. Comparison Tables (Countermand Amendment vs. other Proposed Amendments)
27. Official Documents for Non-Partisan Countermand Amendment
28. National Strategy Committee
29. Text for the Countermand Amendment
30. Countermand Amendment Application on Congress
31. Countermand Amendment Delegate Resolution
32. UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION
33. UNITED STATES BILL OF RIGHTS

COURSE TEXTBOOK

COUNTERMAND AMENDMENT
The Missing Piece in the Article V Puzzle

You can follow the course material live at home by ordering a copy today. Go to:
https://www.countermands.us/countermand-amendment-course.html

Donations can be made by going to http://countermands.us and clicking the “Donate” button at the top of the page.

Text of proposed COUNTERMAND AMENDMENT ARTICLE 28 (or alternate number to be assigned by Congress)   Section 1.  The Article restores State sovereignty in our Constitutional Republic by providing State Legislatures Countermand authority.     Section 2. State Legislatures in the several States shall have the authority to Countermand and rescind any Congressional Statute, Judicial decision, Executive Order, Treaty, government agency’s regulatory ruling, or any other government or non-government mandate (including excessive spending and credit) imposed on them when in the opinion of 60 percent of State Legislatures the law or ruling adversely affects their States’ interest.  When the Countermand threshold has been reached, the law or ruling shall be immediately and automatically nullified and repealed.  This Countermand authority shall also apply to existing laws and rulings.   Section 3. From the time the initial Countermand is issued by a State Legislature, the other Legislatures shall have 18 months to complete the Countermand process.  If the Countermand process is not completed in 18 months, then the law or ruling that is being challenged shall remain enforceable.     Section 4.  Each State Legislature must complete their Countermand affidavit and deliver a certified copy to the Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, the Leader of the United States Senate, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the President of the United States, and when applicable the Government Agency or Body that is being challenged.      Section 5.  Any elected or non-elected government official, or any non-government individual or organization, who intentionally obstructs or prevents the implementation of any provision in this Article shall have committed a criminal offense and shall be subject to impeachment (when applicable) and criminal prosecution and upon conviction serve up to five years in prison.    Section 6.  Individual States shall have authority to prosecute violators of this Article under State laws in the absence of Federal prosecution after 90 days from the date of the alleged violation.  Multiple prosecutions, by multiple States, for the same alleged crime are prohibited.     Section 7. The Article shall be immediately part of the United States Constitution upon ratification by three quarters of the State Legislatures in the several States.     Section 8.  The provisions of this Article are enforceable within the United States which shall include the Several States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands and the territories and possessions of the United States.
Text of proposed
COUNTERMAND AMENDMENT
ARTICLE 28 (or alternate number to be assigned by Congress)
Section 1. The Article restores State sovereignty in our Constitutional Republic by providing State Legislatures Countermand authority.
Section 2. State Legislatures in the several States shall have the authority to Countermand and rescind any Congressional Statute, Judicial decision, Executive Order, Treaty, government agency’s regulatory ruling, or any other government or non-government mandate (including excessive spending and credit) imposed on them when in the opinion of 60 percent of State Legislatures the law or ruling adversely affects their States’ interest. When the Countermand threshold has been reached, the law or ruling shall be immediately and automatically nullified and repealed. This Countermand authority shall also apply to existing laws and rulings.
Section 3. From the time the initial Countermand is issued by a State Legislature, the other Legislatures shall have 18 months to complete the Countermand process. If the Countermand process is not completed in 18 months, then the law or ruling that is being challenged shall remain enforceable.
Section 4. Each State Legislature must complete their Countermand affidavit and deliver a certified copy to the Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, the Leader of the United States Senate, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the President of the United States, and when applicable the Government Agency or Body that is being challenged.
Section 5. Any elected or non-elected government official, or any non-government individual or organization, who intentionally obstructs or prevents the implementation of any provision in this Article shall have committed a criminal offense and shall be subject to impeachment (when applicable) and criminal prosecution and upon conviction serve up to five years in prison.
Section 6. Individual States shall have authority to prosecute violators of this Article under State laws in the absence of Federal prosecution after 90 days from the date of the alleged violation. Multiple prosecutions, by multiple States, for the same alleged crime are prohibited.
Section 7. The Article shall be immediately part of the United States Constitution upon ratification by three quarters of the State Legislatures in the several States.
Section 8. The provisions of this Article are enforceable within the United States which shall include the Several States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands and the territories and possessions of the United States.

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