Last week, the National Rifle Association mourned the death of civil rights activist, NRA life member, and former NRA board member Roy Innis.

VIDEO - In this video, The New American magazine's Steve Byas addresses the nationalizing of police and presents historical similarities that are manifesting today.
VIDEO - Lili Baehr, Chief Financial Officer of Movieguide talks about the inception of the review company.
VIDEO - WWII Veteran Art Crino claims that Amelia Earhart was captured and executed in Saipan, which was under control by the Japanese since WWI until it was recaptured by the United States in 1944. One of the reasons that Crino believes in Earhart's demise derives from his personal experience in Saipan during his time serving during WWII. He also believes that Earhart may have been serving as a spy for the United States, having a spy camera equipped on her plane.
VIDEO - Art Crino, Council Member for The John Birch Society, talks about Japan's surrender during World War II. He shares that Japan had actually surrendered months before the end of the war.
VIDEO - Art Crino, Council Member of The John Birch Society, retells a story from his time serving with Air-sea Rescue during World War II.

Hispanic radicals, including murderers, have been paid by the Ford Foundation and other large foundations run by globalists to foment unrest between Hispanics — both those in the country legally and illegally — and Americans to get Americans to give up sovereignty to a global entity.

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On June 4, 1787, delegates at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia considered the scope of the presidential veto power.

Prevailing wisdom holds that the United States had to use the bomb in order to save countless thousands of lives that the planned invasion would have cost. Yet Japan was ready to surrender many months earlier. So why was the bomb used?

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