Obama Sign"Change, change, change!" Not only are both presidential candidates proclaiming to be candidates for meaningful change, but both of my local congressional candidates are positioning themselves as the candidates of change. Of course, all the candidates wish to impress upon me that the changes they would bring to the federal government would make me — and all the other middle class (of which I am one) and poor people in our nation — financially and bodily better off.

Ron PaulDr. Ron Paul, Texas congressman and 2008 Republican presidential candidate, was the featured speaker Saturday evening, October 4 on the final day of the John Birch Society's 50th Anniversary Celebration. The topic of his keynote address was "Restoring the Republic:  Lessons From a Presidential Campaign," in which he lectured the audience on how our republic can be restored with groups such as the John Birch Society (JBS) and his own Campaign for Liberty leading the way.

JBS 50th Chuck BaldwinDr. Charles Baldwin, founder of Crossroads Baptist Church in Pensacola, Florida, and 2008 presidential nominee for the Constitution Party, was the featured speaker Friday evening, October 3 on the second day of the John Birch Society's 50th Anniversary Celebration. The topic of his keynote address was "Christians and the Freedom Fight," in which he reminded the audience why it is the duty of Christians to support and protect the Constitution of the United States.

JBS 50th John F. McManusThe John Birch Society (JBS) celebrated its 50th anniversary in grand style at a resort near its headquarters in Appleton, Wisconsin, from Thursday, October 2 through Saturday, October 4.

McCain and ObamaPositive or negative media coverage can make or break a political campaign, especially in a presidential race. Both McCain and Obama have received favorable coverage, but will it continue?

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