"Subsidiarity" - the Word of the Day
Shouldn't your community have the option to leapfrog to the state-of-the-art in free market self-governance? Trent England thinks so. Ch
Why Fix the Debt?
In today's CFALive Podcast, Economist Steve Slivinski explains why constitutionally limiting the federal debt is more important than any...
CFALive Podcast - Why Use a Compact for Article V Amendments?
In this podcast, Mississippi Speaker Pro Tem and Balanced Budget Compact Commissioner Greg Snowden explains why the Compact mode of...
CFALive Podcast - Advantages vs. Disadvantages of Article V Compact
In this podcast, former Tea Party Patriots Constitutional Coordinator Bill Norton addresses the advantages and disadvantages of the...
CFALive Podcast Series - The Necessary Reform for All Others: A Balanced Budget Amendment
Without cutting the unlimited credit card held by federal electeds, no other reform can succeed. Here's why.
CFALive Series - How the Compact Meshes with Trump's Balanced Budget Plan
CFAEF CEO Chip DeMoss explains how the Compact's BBA meshes with Trump's Budget proposal.
CFALive Podcast Series - External Discipline Goes to Washington!
The Compact proposes requiring state approval for any increase in a constitutional federal debt limit. Find out why such external discipline
CFALive Podcast Series - National Security Can't Co-Exist with Unlimited Federal Borrowing
Debt is out of control at the federal level and it is not sustainable.
CFALive Podcast Series - Is It Too Late for a Balanced Budget Amendment?
Don't give up hope and don't shirk your responsibility!
CFA-Live Podcast Series: Congressional Consent? Not If State Power Exercised.
One of the nation's top interstate compact experts addresses whether compacts that exercise state power require congressional consent