EXCERPT: "8. Whoever exalts race, or the people, or the State, or a particular form of State, or the depositories of power, or any other fundamental value of the human community - however necessary and honorable be their function in worldly things - whoever raises these notions above their standard value and divinizes them to an idolatrous level, distorts and perverts an order of the world planned and created by God; he is far from the true faith in God and from the concept of life which that faith upholds."


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This past Saturday afternoon viot riots broke out in the center of the Belgian city of Liège after a marxist Black Lives Matter demonstration. Hundreds of radicals looted shops, attacked the police, and damaged buildings. Ten rioters were arrested and at least 36 officers were injured. Continue reading:


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State Legislators Must Use Nullification to Enforce the Constitution

State Legislators Must Use Nullification to Enforce the Constitution



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With far-left Democrats controlling Congress and the White House, the federal government has accelerated its implementation of unconstitutional and socialist policies. Already, Joe Biden has signed a record number of executive orders, enacted a $1.9 trillion spending bill, and is advancing a number of radical policies through the federal bureaucracy.

Patriots must not give up, however, as there remains much that they can still do to save the American Republic and counter these radical policies. One of the most powerful tools that can be used in this fight is nullification.

Nullification is firmly grounded in the text of the U.S. Constitution, specifically Article VI. It states: “This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof … shall be the supreme Law of the Land.” (Emphasis added.) This clearly implies that laws not in accordance with the Constitution are null and void.

Additionally, the 10th Amendment makes clear that all powers not granted by the Constitution to the federal government are reserved to the states and to the people. By enforcing this important constitutional provision alone, the states can push back against a significant amount of federal overreach.

In addition to being constitutionally sound, nullification is effective. As The John Birch Society notes, at least 80 percent of current federal spending and programs are unconstitutional. Additionally, nullification would have an immediate effect and is not dependent upon approval by the federal judiciary. Thus, unlike inferior and more risky methods such as an Article V convention, nullification can immediately push back against significant portions of federal government overreach.

State legislatures have a major role in this. The article “Nullification: What State Legislatures Are Doing,” published in the March 22, 2021, edition of The New American magazine outlines some of the bills legislators should be considering and passing:

  • Comprehensive nullification, to create a formal process for systematically reviewing all federal actions and nullifying them if found unconstitutional. Model legislation includes H.B. 1215 in Texas and H.B. 256 in Wyoming.
  • Gun-control nullification, to prohibit enforcement of all federal actions that violate the Second Amendment’s prohibitions on gun control. Model legislation includes S.F. 81 in Wyoming, H.B. 157 in Alabama, and S.B. 1328 in Arizona.
  • Abortion nullification, to prohibit the enforcement of Roe v. Wade and other unconstitutional court rulings. Such legislation would apply regardless of whether the Supreme Court corrects its erroneous past rulings on the issue. Model legislation includes H.B. 2877 in Arizona.
  • “Defend the Guard” legislation, which would prohibit foreign deployments of state National Guard units if such orders violate Article I, Section 8, Clauses 11 and 15. Model legislation includes H.B. 1163 in Florida.
  • Legislation to nullify unconstitutional presidential executive orders. Model legislation includes S.B. 277 in Montana and H.B. 1236 in Oklahoma.

Nullification is not limited to the above topics, of course. State legislatures can, and should, pass legislation to counter any federal government policy that violates the Constitution.

Considering the present situation in Congress and the White House, it is imperative that legislators do this and also push back against all unconstitutional laws at every level of government.

To urge your state legislators to enforce the Constitution by nullifying unconstitutional federal laws and edicts, visit The John Birch Society’s legislative alert here. Additionally, you can find legislative alerts supporting specific nullification bills in state legislatures here.

Biden Admin Halts Navy Operations, Orders Sailors to Undergo ‘Chilling’ Stand-Down Training

Identity Politics in the U.S. Navy with Chris Hull



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Editor’s Note: In the wake of the January 6 Capitol riot, the Biden administration ordered the U.S. Navy to stand down its global operations and subject all members to what it characterizes as training to recognize and combat” extremism.” The piece below was written by an active duty military member who has about 20 years of service. This member has been deployed overseas in the war on terrorism multiple times. The piece describes the Navy’s “extremism stand-down,” what it includes, and what it leaves out. Ted Mahan is not the member’s real name. 

Recently, my Navy unit held an “extremism stand-down” training that was required of all Department of Defense personnel, as mandated by Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin here. According to Vice Admiral John B. Nowell, Jr, the purpose of the training was “to ensure service members and civilian personnel clearly understand the damaging effects of extremism and begin developing more effective, sustainable ways to eliminate the corrosive impacts extremist activity can have on our Force.”

That aim, of course, is laudable. Our Navy is diverse, and we are strong, not because of the diversity, but because of the unity we have as Americans regardless of race. When I go to sea or deploy on land, I know that the mission depends on those around me: good men and women of all races committed to defending our nation. Ultimately, they have my back too, and my life depends on them. Any attack on one is an attack on all. Right up to this point, I am 100 percent with the Navy brass’ goal.

But that’s not actually what the training says. The training we received this month was rushed through in the wake of the Washington, D.C., riot. The course, which was given in a PowerPoint deck, included a slide defining “extremism.” One would expect a broad, catch-all phrase that makes it clear that any radical activity undermining our nation or promoting criminal activity would not be tolerable.

But that would be wrong. Extremism was narrowly defined as “supremacist” beliefs only. That’s it. Nothing else. Nothing about anarchism, nothing about any group that might be found on the left. Everyone in the room – of every race, incidentally – had a collective hush as the chilling effect of this clearly biased definition dawned on our team. As one person on our team put it, “Why does the DoD only care about one kind of extremism? Why do they refuse to talk about Antifa? Why is it extremist to attack a Capitol police officer, but not extremist to attack a Portland police officer?”

We were further lectured that “supremacists” were seeking to join the military to gain skills and proficiency with weapons. But, of course, we know that inner-city gangs have been trying this for years, and yet there was no discussion of this. Nor was there any mention of Antifa, which explicitly and often openly promotes violent activities. It seems odd that in 2020 when we saw 1,000 riots with varying levels of violence, our training would be centered on the one riot connected to the right and ignore the 999 connected to the left.

Throughout the presentation, the drumbeat was consistent, constant…and chilling. This was a shot across the bow to the right, and deafening silence for the left. As true Americans, committed to our fellow servicemen and women, we should reject all extremism unequivocally from any source. My concern is that this blatantly political training is not only bad, it’s counter-productive. Extremists feed on paranoia, and the Department of Defense just fed them a healthy dose of it.

What do they think these people will do? Quit? Because some admiral made them sit through three hours of lectures? Hardly. They’ll go underground. And they’ll continue to fester. And so too will the left. Only no one will be watching out for them, because the brass’ silence speaks volumes.

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Extremist, Anti-Constitutional Propaganda Has No Place in Navy



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When I joined the U.S. Navy reserves in 2012, I swore an oath to “bear true faith and allegiance” to the U.S. Constitution.

Since then, I’ve met sailors from all across America, and nearly all of them come from backgrounds very different from mine. The Navy is a truly diverse organization, so it’s natural that I’ve had my fair share of disagreements with sailors on questions of politics and faith—but I’ve never met one who doesn’t take that oath as seriously as I do.

That’s why I was horrified to see a book on the Navy chief of operations’ reading list that directly contradicts the Navy’s oath. Ibram X. Kendi’s “How to Be an Antiracist” is extremist, anti-American, and divisive, and should not be officially promoted by any part of our government.

Its main contention is that everything in the world can be divided into two moral categories, racist or anti-racist.

So, what is racist? Well, racial discrimination isn’t necessarily racist. According to Kendi, “If discrimination is creating equity, then it is antiracist. If discrimination is creating inequity, then it is racist … The only remedy to racist discrimination is antiracist discrimination.”

A person is racist only if he supports policies that result in or contribute to inequitable racial outcomes. According to Kendi, “Capitalism is essentially racist,” and so, by extension, are capitalists. America is, of course, also racist, and so is the Constitution and those who uphold their oath to defend it. 

Kendi includes a hypothetical anti-racist policy proposal in his book: establishing the unimaginatively titled “Department of Antiracism.” Kendi’s Department of Antiracism would have veto power over all federal, state, and local policy, and would have the power to investigate private citizens, businesses, and public officials for the expression of racist opinions.

Essentially, the Department of Antiracism is the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division empowered to violate almost every individual right and principle of constitutional governance in America.

Kendi’s ideas will hurt our Navy for the same reasons that any other type of extremism would hurt our military. Why would Americans fight and die for a country that is morally corrupt?

But Kendi’s beliefs won’t just divide the Navy against itself. They also pit the Navy against at least half of the country.

The military has consistently been one of the most trusted and popular institutions in America for the exact same reason that Congress has a 10% approval rating. It is because the military never has been—and was never intended to be—a political institution. But today, just 56% of Americans say they have “a great deal of trust and confidence” in our military, compared to 70% in 2018.

Currently, the Pentagon is in the middle of a 60-day review to combat “extremism” in the military. They are right to be concerned about extremism, which has no place in our armed services.

Books that condemn America on moral grounds, and advocate for the dissolution of the Constitution, are, by definition, extremist.

As the Pentagon conducts its review, it should carefully examine the contents of the Navy chief of operations’ reading list, and remove extremist propaganda—like Kendi’s book.

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