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I hope I'm not offending your beliefs, but the John Birch Society publication shouldn't be used for such factual statements. In virtually every case where they may be correct there will be a better source. Like the flashing star on the hat! Dougweller (talk) 10:57, 6 August 2014 (UTC)
- By all means, if you have a better source at hand which covers the same info, feel free to insert it as a replacement and remove the 'The New American' reference. I'll confess I was unaware of the publication's John Birch Society association. However, the content of the specific article appears sound regardless of the possibility of 'tin-foil hats' elsewhere. Suggestion: Dougweller, as it's you who has chosen to object to the source (but not presumably the content), perhaps it might be apropos for you to take on the task of finding a replacement. Cheers! --Kevjonesin (talk) 12:15, 6 August 2014 (UTC)