Post Tagged with: "National Debt Relief Amendment"

Commentary: Louisiana Can Help Force Congress to Balance Budget
Budget / Constitution / Featured

Commentary: Louisiana Can Help Force Congress to Balance Budget

Many Americans are now looking to state legislatures to step in and take the lead in amending the Constitution to curb the Congress’ outrageous spending problem.

Louisiana’s Anti-Debt Resolution Fuels Movement for Constitutional Amendment
Constitution / Featured / Pelican Site Featured

Louisiana’s Anti-Debt Resolution Fuels Movement for Constitutional Amendment

Big spenders in Congress who continue to inflate the national debt at the expense of future generations could be brought to heel if a Louisiana resolution in favor of a proposed constitutional amendment continues to catch on in other states.

Commentary: How To End the Debt Ceiling Charade
Budget / Constitution / Featured

Commentary: How To End the Debt Ceiling Charade

The American Conservative has run a commentary from former Pelican Post reporter and editor Fergus Hodgson. He promotes a constitutional amendment to check runaway federal spending.

Back from the Dead! Debt Relief Amendment Gains Louisiana Approval
Budget / Constitution / Featured / Pelican Site Featured

Back from the Dead! Debt Relief Amendment Gains Louisiana Approval

Achieving a highly improbable turnaround, Rep. Noble Ellington’s (R-Winnsboro) resolution for an anti-debt amendment to the U.S. Constitution won approval from the Louisiana Senate yesterday.

Debt Relief Amendment Falters Amid Heated Debate
Budget / Constitution / Featured / Liberty / Spending / Taxes

Debt Relief Amendment Falters Amid Heated Debate

Despite smooth sailing in the House, the National Debt Relief Amendment came to an abrupt halt this morning. Sen. Karen Peterson (D-New Orleans) came out aggressively against it, and without objection she had it deferred in its Senate committee hearing.