John Birch Society

Too Much Independence

In 1781, the long war between ragged patriots and polished Englishmen came to an end. The once cocky Redcoats had been defeated. Their flag no longer flew over American soil, and their officers and soldiers had been forced to retreat. The would-be conquerors had lost …

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George Washington

When it came to washing behind his ears, wiping his feet, and bringing garter snakes into the house, George Washington was a little different from other boys. He received his share of beatings from his mother; woodshed sessions with his father, and scolding and correction …

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The John Birch Society to Attend Western Conservative Summit 2017: Booth 621

The John Birch Society (JBS) will be attending the Western Conservative Summit from July 21-23, held in Denver. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    Contact Bill Hahn, Vice President of Communications,   The John Birch Society, [email protected]    The John Birch Society to Attend Western Conservative Summit 2017: …

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Less Than the Best

America’s first and most notorious traitor, Benedict Arnold, actually entered the Revolutionary War as a fire-breathing patriot. In 1775, Arnold was a druggist, bookseller, and militia leader in New Haven, Connecticut – a man noted for his hatred of British Redcoats.After the battles of Lexington …

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How the Free Trade Agenda Is Knocking Down America (The New American)

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The Swamp Fox

Francis Marion was hollow-chested and slender with knobby knees and thin arms. He seemed, at first glance, to be too frail to last a day in the hot sun, yet he was as tough as a steel rod.Raised on a plantation near Charleston, South Carolina, …

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The Rhode Island Ironmaster

Born in Rhode Island of Quaker parents, Nathanael Greene was taught to live modestly and labor long. Unlike many of his friends, he never knew the boyhood pleasures of hunting and fishing. At age six he was herding sheep, at ten he was digging ore …

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