A BBA + 16th & 17th Amendments = More Spending, Not Less

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for March 23 - 29, 2015.

Con-Con Backers Deploy False Attacks Against JBS

A rebuttal of some false attacks on the JBS over the Article V convention issue.

Falsehoods Mark the Campaign for a Constitutional Convention

JBS President John F. McManus rebuts claims that past JBS leaders favored a constitutional...

The Problem With Voting for ‘Conservatives’: Part II

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for March 16 - 22, 2015.

The Solution Is the Constitution, Not Article V

With a surge of pressure being put on state legislators this year to apply for an Article ...

  • A BBA + 16th & 17th Amendments = More Spending, Not Less

    Monday, March 23 2015 15:26

    Published in News

  • Con-Con Backers Deploy False Attacks Against JBS

    Thursday, March 26 2015 08:24

    Published in News

  • Falsehoods Mark the Campaign for a Constitutional Convention

    Tuesday, March 24 2015 10:06

    Published in Legislation

  • The Problem With Voting for ‘Conservatives’: Part II

    Monday, March 16 2015 14:40

    Published in News

  • The Solution Is the Constitution, Not Article V

    Tuesday, February 24 2015 09:05

    Published in Legislation

The John Birch Society
Last week, the Texas Republican Party Convention, the largest political gathering in the world, convened in Fort Worth, Texas, with an estimated 6,000 to 7,000 delegates in attendance. While the event ended Saturday without any of the physical violence that has accompanied some state conventions, still the marked differences between the establishment Republicans and the emerging younger grassroots conservative activists were clear.
 It’s been amusing to hear all the liberal talking heads on TV trying to claim that last week's vote in Wisconsin was no big deal. My friends, it was a very big deal indeed. In fact, it just may mark the beginning of the end of union power in this country.
 A pair of academic studies is raising a challenge to the notion that children raised by “gay” parents fare as well as kids raised in traditional homes with a mother and father. Both studies were published in the journal Social Science Research.
A lesbian “wedding” ceremony at Fort Polk in Louisiana is raising the ire of lawmakers, military chaplains, and pro-family leaders.
 Adding to its revolutionary navigation service, Google is planning to release a new version of the Google Maps program, offering users a 3D aerial-mapping technology that provides details capable of showing objects just four inches wide. But as U.S. technology companies race to produce aerial maps with greater detail and visibility, critics are posing privacy concerns and warning that America is quickly becoming a surveillance society.
 Wayne Allyn Root, former Las Vegas odds maker, reiterated his prediction from last December that Romney would win big in November.
After coming under heavy criticism for pursuing so-called “integration” with totalitarian-minded rulers in Latin America, the governments of Chile, Peru, Mexico, and Colombia — among the best performing economies and the few remaining countries in the region not yet under complete statist domination — announced the formation of a new regional body known as the Pacific Alliance.
Don't be fooled by Bill Clinton's candor about Mitt Romney and Bain Capital. There's something that always comes first in the Clintons' universe, and it's not the country.
Following another last-minute late-weekend meeting of European Finance Ministers, Spain’s new Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy happily announced that not only would his country receive more bailout funds than it needs, it’s coming without any strings attached. This is because, according to Rajoy, the new measures instituted since the victory of his People’s Party last November have been so effective in bringing common sense and prudent behavior back to the country’s financial markets. Those “radical” fiscal, labor market, and financial sector reforms that were instituted were the key, he said.
Pro-life leaders are concerned over a new pre-natal test researchers say will allow doctors to screen a pre-born baby for thousands of potential genetic defects.
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