A fatal shooting of a man by a police officer prompted protesters to terrorize Chicago police officers this past weekend. As the Chicago Police Department uncovers the specifics, the surrounding community rages with the topics of accountability and gun control. Now, moving forward would the elimination of guns provide the answer?
Fact: the United States is a sovereign country. A sovereign country has borders. Federal law indicates that noncitizens cannot enter the U.S. without proper documentation. Yet, an estimated 11 to 40 million or so have entered illegally due to lax or improper border enforcement, as well as Congress creating welfare incentives that all but invite illegal aliens. But the media would rather have you focus on family separations, border walls, Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy, and asylum claims.
The Fourth of July is significant for so many reasons. American sovereignty was proclaimed in July 1776 with the signing of the Declaration of Independence. This announced America’s separation from Great Britain and acknowledged our God-given rights. It describes the source of our unalienable rights, and it officially declared our independence from a tyrannical government!
The highly anticipated and requested Kindle edition of “To the Victor Go the Myths and Monuments” by The John Birch Society CEO Arthur Thompson is now available! Whether you have the book or not, the Kindle version is a great way to get the content you need on the go. The hard copy has blown off the shelves, but the soft cover is still available for those who prefer a physical copy.
Defending the Constitution can be brutal in this day and age, especially with special interest groups, lobbyists, political figures, and other zealous organizations fighting to change the founders’ words. Too many groups and individuals would love to see the Constitution disappear, be ripped up, or rewritten to satisfy their agenda.
This year’s G7 Summit — consisting of the group of seven powers: Germany, France, Canada, Britain, Japan, Italy, and the United States — has caused plenty of drama. The result of the summit in La Malbaie, Canada this weekend had President Trump resisting the joint agreement with the other G-7 countries. It’s a 180 degree change from what the U.S. has done in the past, which could change key relations with U.S. allies, but also shows Trump putting America First.
The New American Magazine (TNA) reported that Spygate, “the scandal of the FBI having planted a spy in the Trump campaign in 2016” should be ranked as one of the all-time biggest political scandals, yet almost no one has heard about it. The mainstream media is clearly utilizing bias by omission to ignore facts that don’t fit into their agenda. The exact same bias was exhibited by the media as they ignored Hillary’s email scandals, money laundering, perjury, and more!
The John Birch Society’s namesake, Captain John Morrison Birch was born on May 28, 1918, making this May 28, 2018 his centennial “birthday.” Ultimately the framework of his legacy lies in his murder in 1945 at the young age of 27, but his life signified so much more. This Memorial Day, set some time aside to understand and appreciate who John Birch was and why his story must be told.
America is in too deep, too deep in government intrusion and encroachments. Politicians and lobbyists make a big fuss about how much they supposedly care about We the People, but the reality of it is that the bureaucrats and globalists are behind the steering wheel driving us towards globalism. Day in and day out, this Deep State, as well as the Deep State behind the Deep State, are busy working to eliminate America’s freedoms. We’ve seen it time and time again. Whatever political party is in office, the government continues to grow bigger and continues dictating every aspect of our lives.