John Birch Society President John McManus gave a speech at Ron Paul's Campaign for Liberty: Rally for the Republic.
John F. McManus was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1935. At graduation from Holy Cross College in Worcester, Massachusetts, he received a bachelor's degree in physics and a commission in the United States Marine Corps. After serving three years of active duty, he entered the field of electronics engineering, where he won an award from the U.S. Air Force for designing a component used in fighter aircraft.
Jack left the engineering field in 1966 to accept a full-time position with our organization. Working closely with Founder Robert Welch for many years, he was named the Society's Public Relations Director and its official spokesman. In 1991, he was appointed President.
The author of several books and numerous articles, Jack has represented the Society in hundreds of media appearances, spoken from JBS platforms in all 50 states, and written and produced several JBS films and videos. With his wife, Mary, Jack resides in Wakefield, Massachusetts.
John McManus of the John Birch Society argues that the government has far exceeded its authorization under the Constitution in spending programs and creating the Federal Reserve, and claims they plan to form a North American Union with Canada and Mexico and merge with the EU.
John McManus favorably recalls Ron Paul’s focus on the Constitution during his campaign and insists that the size of government and the debt is bloated because the Constitution is not strictly adhered to.