Friday • June 14
CST 2:03 | EST 3:03 | MST 1:03 | PST 12:03 | GMT 19:03
Other Non-Flash Media Players
Issues with The Liberty Amendments
Bookmark and Share
The first in a two part series discussing the issues around an Article V Convention and the rebuttal to Mark Levinís new book, The Liberty Amendments Ė Restoring the American Republic. In his article, Liberty Amendments miss the mark. Bill Walker takes on national conservative talk radio host, Mark Levin and his new book. Bill explains how Levinís book is a perfect example of an excellent opportunity deliberately perverted to advance a dangerous political agenda having nothing to do with his proposed amendments. Combined with the fact the book is woefully inaccurate, misleading and was obsolete before publication, Levinís book is presently worthless Ė except for the fact, as noted, it has greatly raised public awareness about an Article V Convention.
Episode Segments:
Clarity from Chaos: Bill Walker Part One

Here's part one of an interview David conducted with Bill Walker, founder of The Friends of the Article V Convention.
Listen to this MP3 file... Download this MP3 file...

Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Bill Walker
Bill Walker is a former journalist and newspaper publisher. He graduated from Washington State University with a BA in journalism. He has brought two federal lawsuits, Walker v. United States (2000) and Walker v. Members of Congress (2004), the last taken in appeal to the Supreme Court of the United States. The two lawsuits dealt specifically with the obligation of Congress to call an Article V Convention. Walker v. United States was the first such lawsuit in American history.

Friends of the Article V Convention