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About J.W. Bryan

J.W. Bryan was born in 1927 and spent five years in the Marines, from 1945 - 1951. He worked at International Paper Company for 31 years as paper machine worker, and later in quality control. He is a Lifetime member of the John Birch Society, having joined in 1961. After retirement from International Paper, he and his wife Polly worked several years as house parents in children's homes, both in Virginia and Mississippi, 1991 - 2008. They now reside in the country out of West Monroe, La. where he produces peaches, watermelons and vegetables. He has spent his life fighting to keep our Constitutional Republic.E:Mail: alliejwbryan@gmail.com

Trump’s Promises Not Kept

The USMCA would completely jeopardize our border security and sovereignty negotiated by Robert Lighthizer. Among the many land mines in this 2,325-page treaty are provisions protecting migrant rights and prohibiting numerical quotas on certain foreign workers.

By |2019-08-24T01:40:39-05:00August 24th, 2019|

The FBI’s Pattern of Deception

Louisiana State Senator John Milkovich recently published a book, “Robert Muller, Errand Boy for the New World Order” which chronicles the actions of the FBI under Mueller’s leadership from Whitey Bulger, Ruby Ridge, Pan Am 103, 9-11 and much more, all of which reveals a 30-year pattern by the FBI to cover-up actions of the guilty and punish the innocent.

By |2019-08-17T00:32:55-05:00August 17th, 2019|

The USMCA In A Nutshell

The USMCA is being sold to the people as a marvelous replacement for NAFTA, but is instead an even greater betrayal of our country.  This treaty is about diminishing America’s sovereignty, independence and liberty.  The end result will be the very loss of our nation.

By |2019-06-29T04:33:29-05:00June 29th, 2019|

The OKC Bombing Coverup Of The Middle East Terrorist Cell

The Oklahoma City terrorist attack on the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building happened on April 19, 1995 killing 168 people, allegedly by a massive homemade bomb concealed in a rental truck in front of the building. Terry Nichols was convicted in a federal court and faced state proceedings.

By |2019-04-09T01:18:31-05:00April 9th, 2019|