This OP comes out of the thread on Texas secession. The US constitution has several ways to amend it, but one article I read on this issue took the position that one way to amend the constitution that is implicit in the constitution though not explicitly mentioned, is through national referendums. His argument is that the constitution reserves in it, the power of the people to decide to amend the constitution.
The question is would you be in support of a constitutional amendment to have national referendums or, if national referendums are implicit in the constitution, to hold national referendums for federal issues of great national importance.
For the record, I have deep reservations about it, but it could, potentially, put federal power back into the hands of the people