The above title is from an article penned by a few geniuses from Ivy League Schools of Economics (George P.Schultz, Michael J. Boskin, John F. Cogan, Allen H. Meltzer, and John B. Taylor. Funny how they want to use their full names, almost like the article is something they are proud of having written.
This is my response:
The Occupy movement has, as one of its core principles, the idea that all decision processes should be transparent. Accordingly, the work of the movement is visible to all who wish to see or participate in it. Time to put that principle to the test.
Two months ago, an individual in the Occupy movement had the idea to ask the Oath Keepers, a national sheriffs’ organization, for assistance with a project. The project is getting Congress to call an Article V convention to propose amendments to the U.S. Constitution based on the active, clear applications of the states that have been published in the Congressional Record and deposited with the National Archives. The idea is to arrest every member of Congress for violating their oaths of office by not calling an Article V convention.
A roundtable discussion of the issues and change needed in our country as identified by the Occupy movement and others and the actions that need to be taken at a national level to restore the republic to the consenting governed.