We Are The John Birch Society

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Created by Larry Greenley
Created on 06 May 2013

Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Founding Americans pointed to these as unalienable rights and formed governments to protect these rights. However, many concerned Americans point out that the federal government seems to be forcing its way into more and more aspects of their lives.

If you're among those that are frustrated with politics as usual and are looking for a plan to maximize freedom, then you're invited to learn more about The John Birch Society. The organization was formed to accomplish less government, more responsibility and -- with God's help -- a better world.

View this 16-minute video that explains the organization, has interviews from members, and discusses how you can help shape a better today and tomorrow for you and future generations.

To Join the JBS, go to JBS.org.

To buy a DVD of this video, go to ShopJBS.org.

Concerned Americans are frustrated with politics as usual and are looking for a plan to maximize freedom by returning to limited government under the Constitution. The John Birch Society was formed to do just that. (2013, 16min., DVD)
Concerned Americans are frustrated with politics as usual and are looking for a plan to maximize freedom by returning to limited government under the Constitution. The John Birch Society was formed to do just that. (2013, 16min., DVD)
(Media / State Legislators Warn Against a Con-Con)

This is a 12-minute video: "Beware of Con-Cons: State Legislators Warn Against a Constitutional Convention." In this video Oklahoma State Representatives Charles Key and Dr. Mike Ritze, and State Senator Randy Brogdon warn their fellow state legislators in all 50 states against passing resolutions calling for an Article V amendments convention, commonly referred to as a constitutional convention (Con-Con). They also strongly recommend that state legislators in the 34 states that have not rescinded all previous Con-Con calls, work to pass a Con-Con rescission resolution this year. Here is the list of the 16 states that have rescinded their existing Con-Con calls: Ala., Ariz., Ga., Idaho, La., Mont., N.D., N.H., Okla., Ore., S.C., S.D., Tenn., Va., Utah, and Wy. For more info: http://www.jbs.org/issues-pages/no-con-con

For a PDF of some of the documents mentioned in this video click here to download a PDF of the "No Con-Con Documentation Packet."

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