Under our current system, presidents make wars whenever they want, Congress legislates on whatever it likes, and federal judges make rulings completely unrelated to the Constitution. What would be worse if there were a constitutional convention? I favor the limited one advocated by the Compact for America, and I’m a member of the Compact for American Education Foundation’s board of advisors.
Here’s my account of the rise of the current movement:
Here’s my review of an anti-Article V book by the then-president of the Arizona Senate:
Here I debate a John Birch Society official about it on The Tom Woods Show: