Now available, a new DVD set of the talks held in Houston at our Council Dinner. Price is $15 for the set of two, and talks include:
John F. McManus – “The North American Union: A Step Toward World Government” – 23 min.
Dr. J. Michael Ritze – “Nullifying ObamaCare: What States Need to do to Protect Health Care” – 41 min.
Arthur R. Thompson – “What Aren’t You Being Told About ObamaCare” – 37 min.
DVD total = 101 min.
Debra Medina – “The Case for Private Property” – 39 min.
Dr. Duke Pesta – “The Trials and Tribulations of Teaching the Truth” – 29 mins.
Judge Sterling Lacy – “One Man’s Journey From Preacher to Political Leader” – 47 mins.
DVD total = 105 min.
(2012, 206 total min., DVD)
The John Birch Society has now released a new DVD, “Agenda 21: How Will it Affect You?” This DVD will explore the agenda environmentalists have in store for you and your family.
This 20 minute DVD has received nothing but great reviews and offers a great introduction to Agenda 21 using the words and actions of those who are promoting this agenda.
Imagine if the government intentionally began rationing the use of water, electricity, natural gas and gasoline. And now imagine that these policies came from your local government’s committee or department of “sustainability.”
This DVD is an excellent tool to use to educate new audiences and to generate interest in the “Choose Freedom, Stop Agenda 21” action project.
They toured monuments, museums, boats, the Boston Pops, breaching whales and were even able to take in a game at the historic Fenway Park. Although they were able to see many amazing sites, Nathan says the most amazing part was working with the students. They took time to offer to help carry equipment, open doors and elevators and most importantly were extremely cooperative.
The trip was an overall success! They got over 15 hours of footage of true American history, learned a lot about our country’s history and saw a ton of fantastic sites.
We are sure you have all been waiting for the new Agenda 21 DVD, “Agenda 21: How Will It Affect You?”
Well, your wait is almost over!
The almost complete DVD was shown at the Council Dinner in Salt Lake City last weekend. “Agenda 21: How Will It Affect You?” received nothing but great reviews and attendees at the dinner couldn’t be more excited to see it.
Explore the agenda environmentalists have in store for you and your family. This 20 minute DVD offers a great introduction to Agenda 21 using the words and actions of those who are promoting this agenda. Use this DVD to help educate new audiences and to generate interest in the “Choose Freedom, Stop Agenda 21” action project.
The DVD will be available for purchase in roughly three to four weeks!
The JBS Spring 2012 Council Dinner was held in Salt Lake City this past Saturday. It gave members and supporters the opportunity to attend educational seminars during the day and listen to keynote speakers during the dinner.
For the afternoon sessions, JBS President John McManus gave an update to his popular Dollars & $ense presentation. Utah State Representative Christopher Herrod offered a truthful look at immigration. JBS Council Member Darr Moon presented an insight into the federal government’s war on our natural resources. The New American (TNA) Contributor Joe Wolverton discussed the details of the National Defense Authorization Act, and JBS National Director of Field Activities Jim Fitzgerald gave an in-depth look at why its important to support your local police.
At the evening Council Dinner, American Policy Center President Tom DeWeese gave a rousing speech on the successes of anti-Agenda 21 efforts across the country, which the JBS is an integral partner. JBS CEO Arthur Thompson paralleled winning an election with successful organizing in his speech.
JBS COO Clark Curry joined the Executive Committee of the JBS Council. He was then voted Chairman of the Committee. We thank former Chairman Art Crino for his many wonderful years of active leadership on the Committee. Mr. Crino will still remain on the Council.
JBS welcomed two new members to the Council, Darr Moon and Don Griffin.
If you missed this Council Dinner, join us in Houston, Texas for the fall Council Dinner on October 20.
We would like to thank everyone who participated and to all those who support JBS!
We’re pleased to announce that JBS.org has won a Spotlight Award from the organizers of the Content Management Systems (CMS) Expo, held last week in Evanston, Ill. The Spotlight Awards showcase the best CMS sites and applications on the web.
JBS.org won the 2011 Best Joomla CMS Site for Non-Profit.
Savvy Panda, our vendor who we worked closely with to create the site, informed us of this yesterday. Thanks to all who helped make this possible! We look forward to continuing to make this site and all of our sites cutting edge tools in our drive to recruit and activate volunteer leaders.
Also if you haven’t taken a look at The New American’s new site, take a look now! It’s our newest project!
A transfer from the East Coast, Briana Morse started at JBS June 1, 2011 as the web administrator.
In her free time, Briana volunteers at the local shelters and bakes. Even though she now lives in Wisconsin, Briana is determined to never change her loyalties to her favorite teams: the Boston Red Sox, the New England Patriots, and the UConn Huskies.
Fun Fact: an avid prankster, Briana loves a good practical joke.
Leah has been on staff with JBS for 3 years. The first 2 ½ years Leah worked as a development officer and she has worked the last 3 months as field coordinator for Northern Idaho, Eastern Washington and Northeastern Oregon. She the proud mom of two amazing young men that are now 17 and 19 years old. Leah was fortunate to have been able to home school them most of their years. Before joining JBS she was a Sales Director with Mary Kay and earned the use of two free cars.
Fun Fact: Leah lived in The Netherlands for 10 years and speaks Dutch fluently.
Larry Greenley was born in Independence, Iowa. He grew up in the Waterloo, Iowa, area, then went on to college at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he received a B.S. degree in Humanities (philosophy) and Science (molecular biology). Larry went on to two years of graduate studies in philosophy and psychology at the University of Iowa. He also studied American and European history on the graduate level for many years as a part-time student at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.
Larry spent 24 years of his career in marketing and sales of scientific products for biological research labs. He joined JBS in 1996 as a Field Coordinator, then served as Director of Research from 2001 to 2004, Director of Marketing from 2004 to 2010, and is currently Director of Missions.
Although Larry lived most of his adult life in the Northern Virginia area near Washington, D.C., since 1998 he and his wife Rosalie have resided in Appleton, Wisconsin.
Fun Fact: Larry is known to love Diet Coke, even though he says, “My friends all say it’s going to kill me.”
This week, headquarters got a new employee and Liberty News Network got a producer. Adam Muggethaler has joined JBS and LNN as the producer. He will be working with our field staff to produce video news. He comes to us with ten years experience and a lot of passion that I’m sure he will put to good use for LNN. Headquarters is very excited to have Adam here, and we are all looking forward to how he will expand LNN.
Check out the current news videos from LNN at Liberty News Network’s official site. You can also check out their Facebook page here.