Interstate Agreement Scheme to Elect President By Popular Vote Is Unconstitutional

There has been a strong push to do away with the Electoral College in recent years. One of the more interesting proposals is the “Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote.” Not only does it attempt to circumvent the constitutional process of electing a president, it actually is effectively an attempt to amend how we amend the Constitution itself.

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The Civilization Wreckers’ Next Target: The Electoral College

Connecticut just became the tenth blue state to pledge to cast its electoral votes for whichever presidential candidate wins the popular vote nationally. Why? Because according to the measure’s proponents, the electoral college — along with everything else that’s more than 10 minutes old — is backward and stupid. Here’s one more step toward making…

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The Popular Vote: A Frivolous Statistic in the Presidential Race

In the wake of the presidential election, Hillary Clinton supporters have cried foul because their candidate won the popular vote, but lost in the Electoral College. So now they want to abolish it. In response, Tom Woods recently hosted an episode of his podcast discussing the Electoral College with historians Kevin Gutzman and Brion McClanahan.

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