Pro-Article V Convention Organizations and Web Sites:
As we have shown on other pages of this site
, the states have applied
in sufficient numbers to cause TEN Conventions. Congress, albeit
slowly, is moving toward FINALLY
counting the applications and taking
the first tentative steps toward calling an Article V Convention. Over
the years organizations and groups have supported the calling of
an Article V Convention. Our links page is but a small sample of these
groups and individuals.
NOTE: FOAVC.ORG neither supports or opposes any specific amendment
proposal, nor supports any political parties or political candidates.
Publication of any link on this or any other page of the FOAVC website
DOES NOT imply support for any statement made or position taken by any
person or persons on any subject they may publish on their website. It
is the understanding of FOAVC that at the time of receiving
notification of support for an Article V Convention the person
providing that information supported an Article V Convention. To that
end FOAVC as a courtesy has published a link to their website.
If FOAVC receives notice that the site in question is no longer active,
or no longer supports an Article V Convention we will of course remove
the link in question. We request anyone using these links
understand that once they leave FOAVC they assume all risks associated
with going on websites on the Internet. FOAVC provides these links as
courtesy and is not responsible for any content, offensive statement or
other issue that may arise as a result of anyone using the links below.
FOAVC asks that anyone knowing of any other sites which support an Article V Convention, please contact FOAVC
site, created by FOAVC co-Founder Bill Walker, provides detailed
information regarding two federal lawsuits, Walker v United States and
Walker v Members of Congress. The latter suits was appealed to the
Supreme Court of the United States. The site is intended to be a public
repository of all legal filings made during the course of the lawsuits
together with any other legal filings Mr. Walker made in relation to an
Article V Convention. As of August 23, 2016, the two Walker lawsuits
are the only lawsuits ever to have been presented to the Supreme Court
of the United States on the subject of an Article V Convention.
site, created by Gordie Hayduk provides information on a proposed 28th
Amendment to the Constitution as well as presenting several facts
regarding an Article V Convention.
presents up to date information regarding an Article V Convention with
emphasis on the tracking of state applications submitted to Congress
for an Article V Convention call.
This web site discusses the book of the same name written by FOAVC
co-Founder Joel S. Hirschhorn, Ph.D. He explains how the American Republic can be fixed without
overthrowing the government. He presents a detailed analysis of the
problems of the three branches of government as well as a the fourth
estate- the mainstream media. In the second part of his book, he
presents multiple solutions to the problems he describes. Links to his
many articles on politics, economics and government are also on the
This web site operated by FOAVC
co-Founder former Judge Tom Brennan, who wrote a law review titled, "Return to Philadelphia
" 30+ years ago in support of an Article V Convention to propose amendments to the U.S. Constitution.
LAST DATE UPDATED: 28-AUGUST-2016