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Alan SchollMr. Alan J. Scholl has been on the staff of The John Birch Society since May of 1988.

He is currently the Director of Mission and Campaigns, having served previously as Director of Operations/Youth Services Director at Robert Welch University, Director of the National Speakers Bureau of the JBS, and as Chief Operations Officer for JBS Corporate Operations for eight years. Mr. Scholl began his JBS staff experience with a successful four year run as a Field Coordinator for the JBS in Northern California.

Prior to his JBS career, Mr. Scholl was a Manager Training Supervisor and Internal Auditor for Patton Vending, a large diversified corporation in California, and was the Western Division Manager for By-Products Corp/St. Louis Serum Co. (Sister divisions of Dexter Corp.) for eight years.

Mr. Scholl earned an Associate in Arts degree from Yuba College, and a Bachelor or Arts Degree in Business Administration at the University of Phoenix.

A prolific speaker, Mr. Scholl has appeared as a speaker in hundreds of locations, on six regional and national tours, has been the featured speaker at some 25 youth camps, and has appeared on hundreds of radio interviews as well as two dozen television appearances in conjunction with those tours. Knowledgeable on the topics of education, home-education, the Constitution, radical environmentalism, the United Nations, terrorism, and a number of other topics he continues his study in these and other areas of American life and political matters.

Mr. Scholl lives in Appleton with his lovely wife Doreen, and together they have home-schooled their seven children since 1985. Their two married children have provided three wonderful grandchildren thus far.

Mr. Scholl has been a Deacon in his local Independent Baptist Church for eighteen years, is a Hunter Education Lead Instructor, and an avid hunter and outdoorsman.

John F. McManusBook John McManus today for your next event.  His new presentation, “Dollars & $ense,” explains how to avoid the booms and busts of economic turmoil through sound currency.  

“Americans seeking solutions to the current economic crisis should be looking to the U.S. Constitution,” says Mr. McManus.  “In my lifetime, the U.S. has gone from the greatest creditor nation with the most respected currency to the greatest debtor nation with an increasingly shunned currency. That should be unacceptable to the American people.”

His presentation discusses in clear terms such topics as money and inflation, free market economics, and sound currency.  He’ll also teach audiences how the U.S. can go about establishing sound currency, including allowing competing currencies and abolishing the Federal Reserve.

Preview his presentation by watching a taped presentation posted on YouTube.

DVDs are available for sale with discounts for bulk purchases to sell at your event.

Mr. McManus is available to speak for a low fee of $1000. Contact the Speakers Bureau to learn of availability.  Group minimums are 100 participants.

Mr. McManus, born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, is an experienced public speaker and distinguished member of the National Council of The John Birch Society. He received a B.S. in Physics from Holy Cross College, served three years as a Marine Corps officer, and began a career as an electronics engineer in 1960.

He became a member of The John Birch Society in 1964.  In 1966, he left the engineering profession to accept a full-time position with the Society. Appointed the Society’s Public Relations Director in 1973, Mr. McManus became the organization’s official spokesman with major media. He has appeared on the C-SPAN network many times and has been the subject of interviews conducted by Pat Buchanan, Larry King and many other radio and television hosts. His dedicated service to the society led to his 1991 appointment as President of the Society.

Not only a heavily sought-after speaker, Mr. McManus is also the author of five books and countless pamphlets and magazine articles.

He specializes in guiding Americans to understand and combat our nation's self-defeating policies.  Additional topics include the U.S. inclusion in the United Nations, world trade agreements and the U.S. Constitution.

Rev. James HeiserThe Rt. Rev. James Heiser earned his B.A. in Political Science from George Washington University in Washington D.C.,  Beginning in 1987, he worked as a Research Associate of the National Center for Public Policy Research in Washington D.C. and as a Media Analyst for the Media Research Center in Alexandria, Virginia.

In 1995, Heiser earned his M. Div. from Concordia Theological Seminary (Fort Wayne, Indiana). He served as a Graduate Assistant for Systematic Theology at Concordia (1995–6), and as an Assistant Professor at Luther Bible College in Rockford, IL (1996–1998), during part of which time he also served as the ordained Deacon of Our Redeemer Lutheran Church (Forsyth, IL).

Since 1998, Heiser has served as Pastor of Salem Lutheran Church in Malone, Texas, while maintaining his responsibilities as publisher of Repristination Press, which he established in 1993 to publish academic and popular theological books to serve the Lutheran Church.

In addition to his service at Salem Lutheran Church, Heiser has also served since 2005 as the Dean of Missions for The Augustana Ministerium and in 2006 was called to serve as Bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Diocese of North America (ELDoNA).

An advocate of manned space exploration, Heiser serves on the Steering Committee of the Mars Society. His publications include two books; The Office of the Ministry in N. Hunnius' Epitome Credendorum (1996) and A Shining City on a Higher Hill: Christianity and the Next New World (2006), as well as dozens of journal articles and book reviews.

He resides in Hillsboro, Texas with his wife and children.

Joim GuestJim Guest was elected to the Missouri House of Representatives in 2002 with the class of 90 new Representative.
He is presently serving on the Agriculture committee, the Corrections and State Institutions Committee, Workforce
Development Committee and is Chairman of the Fiscal Oversight Committee.

Jim is a Graduate of the University of Missouri-Rolla with B.S. Degree in Mechanical Engineering and M. S. Degree in Engineering Management.  Following 12 years in the Aerospace industry with Douglas Aircraft in California and then McDonnell-Douglas he went into business for himself in Northwest Missouri. The business he has established and successfully operated include a farming operation, two pizza restaurants and a rental properties business.

Jim’s public service career started 25 years ago when he was elected to the King City R-1 School Board where he
served for 10 years.  He was elected and served on the Northwest Missouri Electric Cooperative Board and NW
Power G&T Board for twelve years.

Jim has been very active in local, state, and national pork producer organizations where he served as State President for two years. During this time he acquired valuable experience while testifying to House and Senate hearings and making yearly visits to Senators and Congressmen in Washington, D.C.

Community involvement is also important to Jim and he is a member of the Missouri Cattleman’s Association,
Missouri Pork Association, Missouri Farm Bureau, and the Albany and King City Chambers of Commerce. Jim is also an active member of the star Chapel United Methodist Church and the Star Chapel Cemetery Board.

Wilton AlstonWilton Alston is a principal research scientist working in the field of transportation safety, specifically with regard to trains and transit. A libertarian activist and writer, Mr. Alston’s columns have appeared in such places as, and around the Internet blogosphere.

Mr. Alston prides himself on applying libertarian legal analysis and ethics to a wide range of interesting topics, analyzing them in a manner that interests not only the doctrinaire thinker, but also the layman. 

He’s penned columns with titles such as: “Where Have All the Black Libertarians Gone?”  “Why Is Pat Tillman Dead?” “Why Is There A War on Drugs?” “Who Killed Ted Westhusing?” “Does High-Fructose Corn Syrup Have to Be In Everything “Tell Me Again Why You’re a Libertarian?”

While he could generally be described as a libertarian, a more appropriate and more accurate designation, Alston says, would be anarcho-capitalist.                           

As such, his well-reasoned views include:

• The most peaceful society is the one that lives under anarchy, not a forcible state.
• The most basic expression and most fundamental dogma in libertarian theory is the non-aggression axiom – the initiation  of force is never justified.
• The mainstream political parties are inherently similar, barely avoiding being identical; therefore, spending any time debating about them is time wasted.
• The best means by which to right past wrongs are private, not via legislation.

Wilt Alston lives in Rochester, NY, with his wife and three children.

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