John F. McManus
A recent Convention of the States (COS) release entitled “John Birch Society Denies Its History and Betrays Its Mission” accuses the Society of reversing the stands taken by JBS Founder Robert Welch and former Chairman Larry McDonald relative to The Liberty Amendment. It also claims that current John Birch Society President John McManus (this writer) has misrepresented Founder Robert Welch and former Congressman Larry McDonald. This is completely erroneous and irresponsible.
Wearing a military uniform of our nation isn’t a right; it’s a privilege that should be made available only to those can be expected to perform at the highest level.
Welcoming Chinese into the Rhodes Scholarship program isn’t something Rhodes himself would likely have done. But, if a world government is to be created, China will have to be part of it.
Heavily subsidized wind and solar power is inefficient and unreliable, and should be abandoned in favor of nuclear power or fossil fuels.
Anyone who claims that JBS leaders (past or present) ever intended to have Congress create a constitutional convention either doesn’t know what he or she is talking about or is being deceitful.
Scientist Wei-Hock Soon doesn’t agree with the fright peddlers who insist that man-caused global warming is propelling the planet toward a cataclysm. For steadfastly maintaining his position, he has become the target of many who hold an opposing view.
Wisconsin recently joined 24 other states and became a “right-to-work” state. This means that Wisconsin has banned what is termed a “closed shop,” where an employee must join a union (or pay union dues even without formal union membership) if the labor union has been chosen as the agent for more than half of the employees in a particular site.
Recently, when ISIS revolutionaries murdered 21 Christians in Libya, they sent a video message to the world threatening to move on to Rome. It stated: “Today we are south of Rome. We will conquer Rome with Allah’s permission.” Many Italians laughed at such blustering. We don’t think they should be laughing.
Former Notre Dame President Father Theodore Hesburgh and Notre Dame Law School Professor Charles Rice both passed away last week. The two men spent most of the lives at the famous university in Indiana, but the roles they played were remarkably different.
Frequently but wrongly categorized as “conservative,” the Wall Street Journal has long promoted internationalism and loss of sovereignty for America.