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Tuesday December 23rd 2014

New Tools for ‘Choose Freedom, Stop ObamaCare!’

Liberty Alerts, JBS Freedom Campaign

From the continuing coverage of ObamaCare in The New American magazine, comes a new tool. “The New World of ObamaCare Reprint” chooses the best articles, including two cover articles describing what ObamaCare means to you and your family and other articles on how to stop the new law and places them into one very effective reprint. Plus the Republican chart mapping one-third of the 150 new agencies provides a mind-boggling overview in the center of the reprint. Find out the agencies who have been put in charge of your health. It’s available for a buck from ShopJBS.org

While you’re at ShopJBS.org, check out the Stop ObamaCare! section. More than 20 products will help you in your efforts to educate others and raise awareness in the fight to stop ObamaCare. There are downloadable posters, bumperstickers, a window cling, a trio set of slimjims, a billboard, and banners. We will continue adding tools and discussing the ways to stop ObamaCare until it is actually stopped. To follow our progress, keep an eye on our Facebook fan page and our Stop ObamaCare web page. With your help, we can do this.

If you’re in the DC area, make plans to listen to JBS President John F. McManus at the Liberty XPO, part of the March on DC, Thursday, September 9, 11:00 to 11:50 AM. He will be presenting Dollars & $ense: Solutions to the Economic Meltdown. The John Birch Society is proud to be a participant.

JBS will also be represented at the kick-off of the Nullify Now! Tour in Fort Worth, Texas, Saturday, September 4. Oklahoma State Representative Charles Key will present a speech on what the legislature has done in response to ObamaCare, as well as discuss the “Choose Freedom, Stop ObamaCare” campaign of JBS. If you’re attending, stop by our table for the latest campaign literature. JBS and The New American magazine are both proud sponsors of the tour.

Used with the permission of the John Birch Society.