A system of government marked by centralization of authority
under a dictator, stringent socioeconomic controls, suppression of
the opposition through terror and censorship, and typically a
policy of belligerent nationalism and racism.
A political philosophy or movement based on or advocating such a
system of government.
Don't Be a Sucker is a short film produced by the United States Department of War released in 1943, and
adapted as a slightly shorter version in 1947. It has anti-racist and anti-fascist themes, and was made to
educate viewers about prejudice and discrimination. The film was also made to make the case for the
desegregation of the United States armed forces.
It is held for preservation by the U.S. National Archives.
"The Freedom Index: A Congressional Scorecard Based on the
U.S. Constitution" rates congressmen based on their
to constitutional principles of limited government, fiscal
responsibility, national sovereignty, and a traditional
foreign policy of avoiding foreign entanglements.
The JBS has many Judeo-Christian principles in its
teachings, it is not, per se a ‘Christian’ organization. It
accepts various ‘Christian faiths' which do not fully hold
Biblical Christianity. Overall, the JBS has good intentions
and does a lot of good, but without, a relationship with
Christ, as mentioned elsewhere on this web site, its actions
will overall be in vain. Transforming our government is a
noble cause, but unless we, as a nation, honor and obey God
first it will be ultimately in vain. With that in mind I do
recommend most of the JBS publications and involvement in
JBS actions to defeat communism and taking a personal
involvement in our form of Government (for of and by the
people) but put Jesus Christ first above all else. Defeating
evil is of little value if not combined with honoring and
obeying the one and only true God, the God of the Bible.