At this point we know very little to nothing about what exactly will be discussed should an Article V be called, thus all we can do is speculate.
What we do know is that within Article V of the Constitution the language is such that a convention of the states is not limited to any particular topic or confined to discussing any one single amendment, and the states have the option of proposing a number of amendments.
We also know that congress is limited in its authority over a convention other than calling it once the two thirds (34) of states submit their request.
We also know that an Article V convention of the states is a separate and distinct authorization of power given to the states by the framers in Article V to bypass the first three branches of our federal government created in the first three Articles of the constitution.
Now that being said; What I’d like to do here on this thread is get a discussion going on the first three amendments suggested in Mark Levin’s book “The Liberty Amendments” which he offers as a means to reign in the power of our federal government which are as follows.
An Amendment to Establish Term limits for Members of Congress
SECTION 1: No person may serve more than twelve years as a member Congress, whether such is exclusively in the House or the Senate or combined in both houses
SECTION 2: Upon ratification of the Article, any incumbent member of Congress whose term exceeds the twelve-year limit shall complete the current term, but thereafter shall be ineligible for further service as a member of Congress.
AN AMENDMENT TO RESTORE THE SENATE
SECTION 1: The Seventeenth Amendment is hereby repealed. All Senators shall be chosen by their state legislatures as prescribed by Article 1.
SECTION 2: This amendment shall not be so construed as to affect the term of any Senator chosen before it becomes valid as part of the Constitution.
SECTION 3: When vacancies occur in the representation of any State in the Senate for more than ninety days the governor of the State shall appoint an individual to full the vacancy for the remainder of the term.
SECTION 4: A Senator may be removed from office by a two-thirds vote of the state legislature
An AMENDMENT TO ESTABLISH TERM LIMITS FOR SUPREME COURT JUSTICESS AND THE SUPER MAJORITY LEGILATIVE OVERRIDE.
SECTION 1: No person may serve as Chief Justice or Associate Justice of the Supreme Court for more than a combined total of twelve years.
SECTION 2: Immediately upon ratification of this Amendment, Congress will organize the justices of the Supreme Court as equally as possible into three classes, with the justices assigned to each class in reverse seniority order, with the most senior justices in the earliest classes. The terms of office for the justices in the First Class will expire at the end of the fourth Year following the ratification of this Amendment, the terms for the justices of the Second Class will expire at the end of the eighth Year, and of the Third Class at the end of the twelfth Year, so that one-third of the justices may be chosen every fourth Year.
SECTION 3: When a vacancy occurs in the Supreme Court, the President shall nominate a new justice who, with the approval of a majority of the Senate, shall serve the remainder of the unexpired term. Justices who fill a vacancy for longer than half of an unexpired term may not be renominated to a full term.
SECION 4: Upon three-fifths vote of the House of Representatives and the Senate, Congress may override a majority opinion rendered by the Supreme Court.
SECTION 5: The Congressional override under Section 4 is not subject to a Presidential veto and shall not be the subject of litigation or review in any Federal or State court.
SECTION 6: Upon three-fifths vote of the several state legislatures, the States may override a majority opinion rendered by the Supreme Court.
SECTION 7: The States’ override under Section 6 shall not be the subject of litigation or review in any Federal or State court, or oversight or interference by Congress or the President.
SECTION 8: Congress or State override authority under Sections 4 and 6 must be exercised no later than twenty-four months from the date of the Supreme Court rendering its majority opinion, after which date Congress and the States are prohibited from exercising the override.
My apologies for the glitch and incomplete sections of the third proposed amendment by Levin I have reposted sections 3 through 8 and is now showing the suggested amendment in it's entirety and is now complete.