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Just a Sweet, “Little Old Lady”?

Just a Sweet, “Little Old Lady”?

Joanna Scutari, a.k.a. “Publius Huldah”, just a sweet “little old lady”? Joanna Scutari is a self-proclaimed “logician” and a supposed “expert” on the U.S. Constitution. She provides no proof of accreditations, certifications or even formal training in constitutional law. She is better described as a self-trained blogger. On her blog, she claims she is “just … Continue reading

Associate Justice Arthur J. Goldberg: Authoritative Commentator or Just Another Person with a Bias?

Associate Justice Arthur J. Goldberg: Authoritative Commentator or Just Another Person with a Bias?

Opponents of the Convention of States Project are fond of quoting former Associate Supreme Court Justice Arthur Goldberg in support of their opposition to an Article V Amending Convention to propose amendments to our Constitution. They rely upon an op-ed article written by Justice Goldberg in the Miami Herald on September 14, 1986. Clearly, Associate … Continue reading

Who Are You? And Should I Listen To You?

Who Are You? And Should I Listen To You?

Contributed by Statist Blockade — June 9, 2015 Joanna Scutari, a self-proclaimed “logician” and self-trained constitutional “expert”, has been running around the South for a few years giving presentations to small conservative groups on the U.S. Constitution. She operates under the pseudonym “Publius Huldah”. Her conclusions on many topics are not only controversial, they are considered by … Continue reading

Part 3/3: Conservative Infighting Over Article V — Arguments Against a Convention

Part 3/3: Conservative Infighting Over Article V — Arguments Against a Convention

by Rick Bulow, Rick’s Civics Blog — May 16, 2015 Robert G. Natelson continues in his dissertation on the Liberal establishment’s disinformation campaign against an #ArticleV Convention1 by speaking as to why there are some who oppose such a Convention. Opponents present an array of stock arguments against using the Constitution’s convention procedure. One such argument—the claim … Continue reading