The John Birch Society-Overview of America-Videos

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Updated October 26, 2015

Overview of America

An Introduction to Trading Away Your Freedom

The Importance of Understanding the U.S. Constitution

Growing Threats Against the U.S. Constitution

Would Paul Ryan Be a Good Choice for House Speaker?

Background Articles and Videos

Alex Jones welcomes John Birch Society President John McManus 1/5

Alex Jones welcomes John Birch Society President John McManus 2/5

Alex Jones welcomes John Birch Society President John McManus 3/5

Alex Jones welcomes John Birch Society President John McManus 4/5

Alex Jones welcomes John Birch Society President John McManus 5/5

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