Beware of International Merger by Foreign Entanglements

Interview with Arthur Thompson, CEO of The John Birch Society, August 20, 2014.

Why Is the U.S. Backing So Many Terrorist Organizations?

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for August 18 - 24, 2014.

Rekindling Cold War Fears to Co-opt American Independence

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for August 11 - 17, 2014.

Contact Your Congressmen About Their Freedom Index Scores

Hold your congressmen accountable to the Constitution with their "Freedom Index" scores.

Working Together to Rewrite the Constitution

The deceptive Left-Right coalition to rewrite the Constitution by means of an Article V co...

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    Thursday, August 21 2014 10:59

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    Monday, August 18 2014 14:30

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  • Rekindling Cold War Fears to Co-opt American Independence

    Monday, August 11 2014 17:07

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    Thursday, July 31 2014 15:26

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    Thursday, May 29 2014 14:29

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The Left is celebrating the death of Andrew Breitbart, the conservative Internet maestro. Breitbart, founder of the “Big” sites — Peace, Journalism, Government, and Hollywood — collapsed during a walk outside his home on Thursday, March 1. Doctors pronounced him dead at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.    
As the Koran burnings in Afghanistan and the deadly uprising that followed dominate the headlines, another important issue — perhaps the elephant in the room — is being largely overlooked: American and NATO soldiers are regularly being killed by members of the very same Afghan police and army they are arming and training. And the number of deadly incidents is on the rise.
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney won the Washington state caucuses with 38 percent of the vote March 3, with Texas Congressman Ron Paul narrowly taking second with 25 percent over former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum's 24 percent.  
Students of history may recall the year 49 B.C. Early in that momentous year, a popular soldier-statesman crossed the Rubicon River, thus effectively declaring war on the citizens on the Republic whose acclaim had exalted him to the pinnacle of authority and strength. The details of the story are recounted by the historian Suetonius. Suetonius writes that upon approaching the banks of that historic boundary, Julius Caesar stood before his legion of faithful soldiers and uttered the now-famous phrase: alea iacta est ("the die has been cast"). With those three words, Caesar signaled the end of the Roman Republic. The rule of law soon was supplanted by the rule of one ambitious (audacious?) man.  
On Thursday the U.S. Senate rejected a measure that would have provided conscience protections for individuals and institutions opposed to President Obama’s mandate requiring employers to provide free access to contraception in their health insurance coverage — including abortion-inducing drugs.  
As the debate rages over whether or not Iran is actively working toward dangerous nuclear capabilities, and how far it might be from actually creating a bomb, one thing remains clear: Israel considers Iran’s nuclear enrichment program a serious personal threat and continues to rattle its saber in warning of an eventual strike against its antagonistic neighbor.    
Riot police had to be called to an Orlando mall on February 23. Why? Because an unruly crowd of would-be shoppers couldn’t wait to get their hands on the new Foamposite One Galaxy by Nike.
A Christian pastor who tried to encourage Muslims to leave Islam will receive $100,000 in damages from Dearborn, Michigan, which tried to stop him from evangelizing at the city’s Arab-American Festival.    
On Wednesday U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon ruled in favor of five tobacco companies protesting requirements by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to have them put on their cigarette packs graphic images of the consequences of smoking.    
The results of parliamentary elections in Egypt appear to indicate that the future of that nation will find it more closely aligned with the Islamist agenda. At the same time, another "moderate" Muslim nation, Turkey, seems to be moving in an increasingly radical direction.  
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