Just curious, you stated the following:
In 2000 Walker v. US attempted to litigate the issue of the petitions for a convention that had been piling up for 200+ years.
Who is initiating these petitions? Are there any significant ones?
Because convention delegates have to be elected, Walker argued (for standing) that he was being denied his right to run for convention delegate by Congress' refusal to call a convention based on 500+ petitions gathered over 200+ years. Walker argued that Congress' 1992 law regulating a convention was unconstitutional because the Convention was a sovereign body free of congressional regulation.
Congressman Billybob explained to me that the flaw in Walker's reasoning was the concept of agency, which Walker did not recognize. Apparently, the federal court agreed.
A few months later, Judge John Coughenor, a Reagan appointee and former constitutional law professor at the University of Washington, dismissed Walker's suit.