Quote for the Day

"The man who cannot listen to an argument which opposes his views either has a weak position or is a weak defender of it. No opinion that cannot stand discussion or criticism is worth holding. And it has been wisely said that the man who knows only half of any question is worse off than the man who knows nothing of it. He is not only one sided, but his partisanship soon turns him into an intolerant and a fanatic. In general it is true that nothing which cannot stand up under discussion and criticism is worth defending."
--James E. Talmage."

The United States of America

The Greatest Nation on Earth -
The U.S. is still the greatest nation on earth, but do you feel there are areas where we moving in the wrong direction?

The Problem

Religious Freedom

While non-Christian religions and atheism are given every tolerance and preferential treatment, Christianity is attacked at every turn.

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof..."  U.S. Constitution.
The First Amendment to the Constitution was intended by the founders to protect the freedom of religion not to establish atheism as the state religion The right to pray in public school is protected by the U.S. Constitution, not prohibited by it. Christianity is under attack as is every aspect of American culture and heritage

Race Relations

While racism against blacks and other minorities is vigorously fought by government and private organizations, racism against whites is not only condoned but mandated by law.

Martin Luther King Jr. said in a famous speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."  Today, many of those who profess to be followers of Dr. King judge first by the color of a person's skin above all else. We share Dr. King's dream and challenge those who profess to be his followers to truly adapt his dream.

How should we judge fairness and equality? Should the standard be equal and fair opportunity, (individual based,) where everyone is treated the same, without regard to race, or artificially forced equal results, (group based,) where quotas mandate minority representation based only on race?


Virtually every person in this country is an immigrant or a descendant of an immigrant or settler, but in recent times those who come here, often illegally, have sometimes attempted to destroy our culture .

The culture of this nation, including a common language and a Christian heritage, is a requisite part of what makes it great. Immigrants come to this country because they believe it is a better place than where they came from. They should adapt to the culture of this better place rather than bringing the culture of the place they chose to leave to this better place. Immigrants have the same rights and duties as other citizens. They are not due special privileges or advantages.

Those who violate the laws of this nation or any state of this nation are criminals. Those who come here illegally have violated the law

What does it all mean?

Your constitutionally protected right to freedom of religion may be denied you. Our children are taught atheism in public schools. Private companies use terms like "holiday tree" and "happy holidays" rather than use the word Christmas.

You may be denied equal opportunity. Hard working Americas are denied employment and promotions, by law, because of the color of their skin. Good students are rejected admission to colleges for no reason but that they are the wrong race. Such laws drive wedges between races and make impossible the softening of hearts and opening of minds that can bring about a truly unified people.

Your culture and national heritage is under attack. Too many of the most recent immigrants seek to change American culture into what they left behind.


What are you going to do about it?
  • Wring your hands and say "oh me, oh my"
  • Just let someone else take care of it.
  • Or in other words "DO NOTHING"

DO SOMETHING! "All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing." Edmund Burke

Get Organized

There are tens of millions of Americans who feel just as you do. Together we can impact government at every level, use our economic might to protect our heritage and posterity and be a united support against those who seek to oppress us.

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Change laws that are robbing you, your children and grandchildren of money, opportunity and hope.
With tens of millions of voters and activists we can be the single largest voter block there is in the country.

Have a local support group to stand by you We have tried to go it alone, but we have been outgunned by an organized opposition

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