Getting a Balanced Budget via Article V Constitutional Convention: 2.0

Getting a Balanced Budget via Article V Constitutional Convention: 2.0

Dear Reader:
Reason Magazine just gave the Compact for America Initiative huge coverage!
This in-depth interview is a bit raw, but true to the nearly hour and a half long conversation I had with its author Brian Doherty; and the case for the Compact for a Balanced Budget is made clearly and succinctly (or so I’m told from the many favorable responses posted on social media). 
I hope you enjoy reading this interview as much as I enjoyed giving it.
And if you’d like to follow up with any questions, I’m happy to answer all that come my way!
The campaign to educate the Libertarian community about the Compact for America Initiative will continue on July 10th at FreedomFest, where we will be hosting a panel on Article V, as well as a breakout session walkthrough the Compact for a Balanced Budget.
Why Libertarians? Why not? Well, part of the reason is that many folks in the libertarian world have misconceptions about Article V and they could be strong allies if educated!
Stay tuned for more details!
And please consider sponsoring our educational events at Freedom Fest! We need a gift of approximately $20,000 to cover the cost of sending 4 team members, setting up an exhibition booth with necessary materials, organizing an Article V debate panel and a breakout session.
You can make a donation at our website via paypal!
Very truly yours,
___________________________________
Nick Dranias
President & Executive Director
Office of the President
Compact for America Educational Foundation, Inc.
Mobile: 602-228-2582
Office: 602-539-2703
Compact for America Educational Foundation, Inc. (the “Foundation”) is a not-for-profit tax-exempt educational organization formed under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and is recognized as such by the Internal Revenue Service pursuant to the IRS determination letter dated October 1, 2014. Additionally, the Foundation was retained to serve as the Compact Administrator for the Compact for a Balanced Budget by the Compact for a Balanced Budget Commission on January 13, 2015 pursuant to a technical services agreement.  The Foundation is formed primarily to educate elected officials, citizens and residents of the United States and the several states of the use of an interstate compact agreement and counterpart federal legislation to coordinate the use of Article V of the U.S. Constitution by state legislatures and the US Congress to originate, propose and ratify constitutional amendments. Accordingly, the Foundation serves as a pro-bono technical advisor providing procedural guidance to various state legislators, compact commissioners, compact commissions, members of Congress, state governors, and interested citizens on matters related to the development, education, evaluation, enactment and implementation of related interstate compact agreements. Further, as the Compact Administrator of the Compact for a Balanced Budget, the Foundation and its officers are serving as public officials at the direction of the Compact for a Balanced Budget Commission and therefore exempt from lobbying registration under most state laws. In the foregoing capacities, nothing in this message should be construed as an attempt to influence legislation, except in so far as this message is sent at the specific written request of the Compact for a Balanced Budget Commission, a governmental body, pursuant to the technical advisory services contract between the Commission and the Foundation.  The only Compact for America entity authorized to influence legislation either directly or by way of grassroots calls to action without regard to said technical advisory services contract is Compact for America, Inc. (“Compact for America Action”), which is a not-for-profit tax-exempt social welfare organization under section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code and recognized as such by the Internal Revenue Service. The Foundation is making every effort to ensure its operations are not confused with those of Compact for America Action. If you believe that this message constitutes an attempt to influence legislation that is not related to said technical advisory services contract, which is not our intent, please immediately advise us and we will ensure all clarifying steps are immediately taken, including further express disclaimers as needed.  Any distribution of this message by any person who is not the intended recipient is strictly prohibited. If you have received this message in error, do not read it. Please immediately notify the sender and delete it. Thank you.
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