A Chapter Report should be submitted every month regardless of the circumstances. The purpose of the Chapter Report is for Headquarters to get an idea of the activity of our Chapters and the Agenda they are participating in. We cannot get a true picture of our strengths and weaknesses if we cannot see the Chapter Reports.

Fill in the name of the person who is the Chapter Leader as well as the Chapter numerical or alphabetical designation.

The number of members in your Chapter is all members in good standing who are assigned to your Chapter.

The number in attendance is the members who actually attended your Chapter Business Meeting.

The number of members working on our agenda may also include those who did not attend the Business Meeting but from whom you have received a report of their activity. We want to know how many are participating even if they could not make the meeting.

Each of the Roman numerals corresponds to the major JBS Agenda headings. If any member did anything within that Agenda heading, even a sub section of the numerical agendum, count it as working within the major heading.

General & Misc. Comments includes any special information you believe pertinent to reporting about your Chapter. This can include a member moving and their new contact information, the death of a member, the number of new recruits, etc., plus any Agenda items your Chapter worked on as a group activity. Did you host a speaker – results? Does your Chapter have an ad hoc committee effort or campaign? Any information regarding these activities and their results would be appreciated.

What Congressional Conservatives Think About Ted Cruz & Donald Trump

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for May 2 - 8, 2016.

In this week's Analysis Behind the News video, JBS CEO Art Thompson discusses a recent trip he took to Washington, D.C. to meet with members of Congress relative to informing them about what is on the agenda of The John Birch Society with regard to the Support Your Local Police (SYLP) campaign. While there, these 30 congressmen volunteered their thoughts about Ted Cruz and Donald Trump as the Republican presidential candidate. To know what their thoughts were and more watch the video to find out!

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  • The John Birch Society is Founded

    Late in the afternoon of December 9, 1958, Robert Welch founds The John Birch Society in the home of Miss Marguerite Dice in Indianapolis, Indiana, after giving a two day presentation.

  • First JBS chapters and victory

    The first local chapters of the JBS are formed in the Greater Boston Area. The new JBS chapters formed the Committee Against Summit Entanglements (CASE), which succeeded when President Eisenhower canceled plans to visit the USSR in an attempt to make the USSR look respectable.

  • First JBS chapters and victory

    The February 25, 1961 issue of People's World, the official West Coast newspaper of the Communist Party USA, featured an attack article on the Society, referring to it as a new, secret, fascist group setting up "cells" all over the United States.

  • Get US Out of the United Nations campaign launched

    The Society launches its all-out on-going Get US Out campaign to effectively withdraw the United States from the United Nations and the United Nations from the U.S. This an active campaign for The John Birch Society. For more information Click Here

  • Support Your Local Police

    Robert Welch first introduces the "Support Your Local Police" campaign in the July 1963 Bulletin. SYLP's primary objectives include: a) Opposition to the continuance or establishment of Police Review Boards, and b) Opposition to the creation of a federal or national police by keeping local police departments independent.This an active campaign for The John Birch Society. For more information Click Here

  • TACT Committees formed

    Truth About Civil Turmoil (TACT) Committees formed to expose the Communist agenda behind much of the racial conflict turbulence. Anarchy USA film shown to thousands in JBS meetings across the nation.

  • NYC Voters Abolish Civilian Complaint Review Board

    New York City's Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB) was defeated by a very large margin of 63 to 36 percent. Commenting about the victory, Robert Welch said, in the December 1968 Bulletin, "This was because, by this time, and on this subject, enough people understood what was at stake."

  • Robert Welch 1974 Speech

    Compiled from two different speeches given by Robert Welch at the March 9, 1974 JBS Council Dinner, in Los Angeles, this 9-minute video presentation has been viewed by millions.

  • JBS launches campaign to abolish LEAA

    The John Birch Society launches an ultimately successful drive to have Congress abolish the federal Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA). In 1982 Congress voted to defund the LEAA, thus abolishing the program.

  • Larry McDonald becomes Chairman of The John Birch Society

    The Honorable Lawrence Patton McDonald is appointed Chairman of The John Birch Society, succeeding Robert Welch who in turn assumes the position of Chairman Emeritus.

  • Soviet Union shoots down KAL 007

    Korean Air Lines flight 007 is shot down by Soviet fighter jets over Sakhalin Island, carrying Congressman Larry McDonald on board along with 268 other passengers.

  • First issue of The New American Magazine

    The New American magazine is founded by combining both the American Opinion monthly and The Review of the News Weekly Magazines.

  • Illegal Immigration Crisis

    In the cover story of the June 2, 1986 issue of The New American magazine we warned that "If the immigration situation sounds alarming now, we can expect it soon to get much worse – unless the President and Congress take serious action to address the issue." Later that year Congress passed and President Reagan signed into law the so-called Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, which granted amnesty to millions and resulted in an even greater influx of illegal immigrants than before.

  • First to warn about Agenda 21

    The July 13, 1992 issue of The New American magazine covered the United Nations "Earth Summit" in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on June 3-14, 1992. In that issue we first sounded the alarm that Agenda 21 "a then little known treaty" was a "massive global plan for regulating the entire planet" under the guise of achieving sustainable development and protecting the environment. To read the original cover story, entitled "ECO '92: Launching Pad for International Global Governance," Click Here

  • Vote for UN Withdrawal

    After decades of deligent work and educating voters, the House of Representatives voted on an amendment to a bill, introduced by Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) calling for the repeal of the United Nations Participation Act of 1945. Despite the measure's failure, it demonstrated the Society's growing influence. This an active campaign for The John Birch Society. For more information Click Here

  • The New American highlights the threat of Osama bin Laden

    The October 12, 1998 issue of The New American magazine highlights the threat of from Osama bin Laden, in a cover story, three years before the 9-11 terrorist attacks.To learn more about The New American Magazine or subscribe Click Here

  • STOP the FTAA

    JBS launches an ultimately succesful action project to stop U.S. efforts at establishing the proposed Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA), a super-NAFTA/CAFTA "free trade" agreement for all of North, Central, and South America that would eventually abolish independent nationhood much like the European Union.

  • JBS Breaks Story about the North American Union

    In light of numerous articles on conservative websites about President George W. Bush's attempt to create a "North American Union" without congressional approval, The John Birch Society broke this story with an in-depth article, entitled "Abolishing the USA" in the October 3, 2005 issue of The New American magazine.

  • Overview of America

    Written and narrated by JBS President John F. McManus, "Overview of America" produced a straightforward explanation of government systems, basic economics, and timeless moral principles. Since its release on March, 2006, "Overview of America" has been viewed by over 8 million people and counting.

  • Choose Freedom - STOP Agenda 21

    "Choose Freedom - STOP Agenda 21" action project is launched, commencing with the publication of the JBS booklet "Agenda 21 And You" and the reprint of William F. Jasper's article from The New American magazine.This is an active campaign for The John Birch Society. For more informationClick Here

  • JBS continues defending Constitution from Con-Con threat

    The John Birch Society continues its work defending the U.S. Constitution by opposing pro-Con Con advocates such as the Convention of States (COS).

  • Stop Trade Mergers

    Not an opposition to the concept of "free trade," as understood by classicial free-market economists such as Adam Smith, but rather a campaign to stop efforts at merging the Pacific Rim nations (via the TPP, Trans-Pacific Partnertship) and the European Union with the United States (via the TTIP, Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partneship) into transoceanic EU-like regional unions.

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