John Birch Society
John Birch Society Posts Archive
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Tuesday 01/21/2014, 6:33pm
Paul @ PFAW Blog: Report on Judge Cebull Shows Why Courts Matter. Steve Benen @ The Maddow Blog: When conservative isn’t conservative enough. Rachel Tabachnick @ PRA: The John Birch Society’s Anti-Civil Rights Campaign of the 1960s, and Its Relevance Today. Jeff Tietz @ Rolling Stone: Love and Death In the House of Prayer. Evan McMurry @ Mediaite: GOP Candidate Calls for Obama to Be Hanged; Quotes Jesus in Defense. Hannah Groch-Begley @ Media Matters: Conservative Media Can't Talk About Wendy Davis Without Demeaning Her. Jeremy Hooper: Hiding behind... MORE >
Jesse Lee Peterson: Immigration Advocates 'Trying to Appease the Hispanics' With Citizenship 'They Don't Want'
SUBMITTED BY: Miranda Blue, Friday 08/02/2013, 11:10am
The New American, the online outlet of the John Birch Society, published an interview yesterday between two prominent attendees of last month’s anti-immigrant rally in DC, Jesse Lee Peterson and Stephen Broden. Peterson, who calls himself a “proud member” of the John Birch Society, told Broden that the American dream is “fading” because pro-immigration elected officials are “trying to stay in power, so they’re trying to appease the Hispanics.” And anyways, Peterson argued, undocumented immigrants don’t even want citizenship. “I even... MORE >
Peterson: Barack and 'Angry Black Female' Michelle Obama Trying 'To Take Power Away From the White Man'
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Wednesday 07/24/2013, 3:35pm
Jesse Lee Peterson is one of the right-wing extremists who helped organize this month’s “DC March for Jobs,” an anti-immigrant rally featuring Sen. Ted Cruz, Sen. Jeff Sessions, Rep. Mo Brooks and former Rep. Allen West that included the usual mix of racism and hyperbole. As one of the key figures in the Black American Leadership Alliance, which staged the March for Jobs, Peterson has emerged as one of the nativists’ favorite critics of immigration reform. In a speech to the conspiratorial, anti-Semitic John Birch Society last year, Peterson expanded on his... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Friday 03/16/2012, 10:45am
The latest conspiracy theory sweeping the tea party movement is the fear that Agenda 21, a United Nations program focusing on sustainable development, is surreptitiously destroying the American way of life. Tennessee House Republicans recently passed a resolution, sponsored by Rep. Kevin Brooks, condemning the plan, using almost identical language from a John Birch Society model bill. The Tennessean reports: Tennessee lawmakers passed a resolution Thursday condemning a United Nations environmental plan as a “destructive and insidious” effort to advance a communist agenda through... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Thursday 05/05/2011, 6:45pm
Think Progress: Tonight’s GOP Debate Sponsored By Extremists: John Birch Society And The Oath Keepers Daily Kos: A Democratic President kills Bin Laden And The GOP World Turns Upside Down. Andrew Sullivan: No, Torture Was Irrelevant. Pam’s House Blend: NC: Congressman Patrick McHenry: GOP Redistricting Is All About Race. Minnesota Independent: Anti-Gay Groups To Boost Spending, Activity Through 2012. MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Thursday 12/09/2010, 6:05pm
For the last few weeks, Religious Right groups have been pressuring CPAC organizers to drop the gay conservative group GOProud for the list of event co-sponsors and threatening to boycott next year's conference if GOP was allowed to participate. The pressure prompted the American Conservative Union, which organizes CPAC, to put the issue before board members for a vote ... and CPAC has decided to allow both GOProud and the John Birch Society to participate: Several socially conservative organizations have threatened to boycott one of the largest gatherings of conservative... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Tuesday 11/23/2010, 2:08pm
Last week the American Principles Project announced that it would boycott the next CAPC convention if organizers allowed the gay conservative group GOProud to participate. Now, the APP has gotten other Religious Right groups to sign on to a letter to announcing their intent to likewise withdraw from the event: A coalition of conservative groups led by the American Principles Project today sent a letter to David Keene, Chairman of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) and his fellow board members announcing their withdrawal from participation in the 2011 CPAC. The... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Peter Montgomery, Wednesday 10/27/2010, 1:16pm
In less than two years, the Tea Party movement emerged with an angry shout, became a major player in the national debate over health care reform, toppled incumbent senators and defeated candidates backed by the GOP establishment, and pushed radically right-wing views about the role of government into public debate. And they’re about to see a number of their candidates elected to Congress. For a while last year, journalists and other political observers weren’t sure whether to take the Tea Party movement seriously as a force in American politics. But Lawrence Rosenthal,... MORE >
Tea Party Of Louisiana Falls For Hoax Article: 'Common Core Turns Students Gay'
8/19/14 @ 5:15pm
Michelle Duggar Joins Smear Campaign Against Fayetteville LGBT Nondiscrimination Ordinance
8/19/14 @ 10:35am
Ben Stein: Michael Brown 'Wasn't Unarmed. He Was Armed With His Incredibly Strong, Scary Self'
8/27/14 @ 12:14pm
Pat Robertson: Healing Prayers Sometimes Don't Work Because People 'Enjoy Their Sickness'
8/19/14 @ 11:45am
Kevin Sorbo And Rick Wiles Agree: Atheists Are Angry Because They Know God Exists
8/26/14 @ 3:08pm