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Nullification vs. Constitutional Convention: What's the Difference?, Gillette, NJ
Tuesday 21 March 2017, 07:00pm


There has been a lot of promotion for calling an Article V constitutional convention to solve this country's ills, such as a balanced budget amendment to curb federal government spending; a Campaign Finance Amendment, a National Debt Relief Amendment, Term Limits for Congress, and Term Limits for Supreme Court Justices. Most of those promoters are leftists, globalists, and "conservative" talk show hosts. 

Funny how they never talk about nullification, do they? Why is that? 

In this special John Birch Society dual feature, Nullification vs. Constitutional Convention, Bill Hahn, JBS' Vice President of Communications, clearly explains the significant differences between a Constitutional Convention (Con-Con) and nullification. The other feature, A Crash Course on a Constitutional Convention, sheds even more light on the dangers of a Con-Con, and why its advocates are so determined to have one. These two informative, short videos will prove to be valuable tools in our never-ending efforts to restore and preserve our Constitutional freedoms. 

Sponsored by the Gillette Chapter of The John Birch Society. 


Location Long Hill Township Library 917 Valley Road, Gillette, NJ
Contact Kip Webster (973) 934-1775 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Admission: Free

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