John Birch Society president John F. McManus, as part of his nationwide speaking tour, addressed a standing room-only audience recently in the idyllic town of Riverdale, New Jersey. McManus addressed the crowd of over 250 people on the issue of exposing and defeating the New World Order, which members of The John Birch Society have identified and warned against in over 50 years of education and advocacy. The two hour-long address, Stopping the New World Order: An Overview of America, explored the true nature of power, prestige, and influence in the United States, and touched upon all major sources, personalities, and historical events central to understanding why United States policy, both domestic and foreign, has taken its current path, and has ventured down this course of action for so many years.
Vivian Schiller, the former head of National Public Radio, who was fired for permitting it to function as a leftist propaganda machine, is now the chief of the NBC television network’s digital operations.
According to NBC, the disgraced former headmistress of NPR, a key component of the radical left’s media engine, Schiller will run NBC’s website and mobile phone operation.
If congressional lawmakers need further evidence for why the federal government should cut public funding to the Public Broadcasting Station, they need not look further than Sesame Street. According to Ben Shapiro, author of the new book Primetime Propaganda: The True Hollywood Story of How the Left Took Over Your TV, Sesame Street is just another tool in the left-wing propaganda machine.
A school in Oakland, California wants to change boys into girls and girls into boys, Fox News reports. The latest fad in the classroom is "transgender" education, or teaching the idea that boys and girls really aren't that different, and anyone can identify himself any way he wishes.
According to Fox, an outfit called Gender Spectrum convinced school officials to permit its propagandist to inculcate children with the idea that gender is "fluid," as they might say, and not at all confined to the "binary concept" of "two rigidly fixed options," as the group's website says.
Despite threats of an ACLU-driven lawsuit, seniors at Louisiana’s Bastrop High School continued a tradition of prayer at the school’s graduation ceremony. One of the graduates had demanded that the prayer be canceled, and the ACLU had followed up by contacting school officials to make sure the prayer was scratched from the commencement.