Philip Blumel: Ladies and gentlemen, for the first time ever, a US Term Limits pledge signer is the Speaker of the US House. Hi, I’m Philip Blumel. Welcome to No Uncertain Terms, the official podcast of the Term Limits movement. This is episode 225, published on November 6th, 2023. Stacey Selleck: Your sanctuary from
U.S. Term Limits Releases New Rhode Island Poll 1* Do you favor or oppose term limits for members of Congress? 48% Strongly favor 35% Somewhat favor 7% Somewhat oppose 3% Strongly oppose 7% Not sure 2* [Asked of those who favor Term Limits] How many 2-year terms should a member of
Philip Blumel: Another term limits wave hits the beach. Hi, I’m Philip Blumel. Welcome to No Uncertain Terms, the official podcast of the Term Limits movement. This is episode 224 published on October 23rd, 2023. Stacey Selleck: Your sanctuary from partisan politics. Philip Blumel: Just last year, the Florida legislature voted to impose eight-year
A big part of our mission is to educate supporters on which candidates endorse term limits so they make informed decisions. These 108 candidates signed the U.S. Term Limits pledge that reads, “I pledge that as a member of the state legislature, I will cosponsor, vote for, and defend the resolution applying for an Article
Philip Blumel: Well, we got our vote in Congress. Hi, I’m Philip Blumel. Welcome to No Uncertain Terms, the official podcast of the term limits movement. This is episode number 223, published on Monday, October 9th, 2023. Stacey Selleck: Your sanctuary from partisan politics. Philip Blumel: Well, we’ve been talking about it for months
by USTL Staff Regardless of where you stand on the issues, current events demonstrate the turmoil taking place in Congress. Congress is nothing more than a dog and pony show. Career politicians hell bent on discrediting each other, manipulating issues to their benefit, and finger pointing insisting the other is the bad actor. U.S. Term
When the states get close to setting a term limits amendment proposal convention, Congress WILL ACT TO PREEMPT so they can set their own terms instead of allowing the states to write the law into the Constitution.
by USTL Staff The USTL amendment for term limits on Congress is dead. It was killed by just two votes. The House Judiciary Committee voted down HJR11. Why? Because you can’t ask turkeys to vote for Thanksgiving. The whip count was in our favor, but conveniently, three of our pledge signers were nowhere to be