Events

Plan Now: April 26-28. 2019 National Faith and Freedom Conference

August 2, 2018 Staff 0

2019 Faith and Freedom Conference in the Beautiful Ozark Mountains – April 26, 27, & 28 Come for a wonderful weekend packed with patriotic speeches, music, and workshops! Meals are available at the private conference center and a delicious banquet served Saturday evening. Children’s classes will be conducted which will include crafts and heritage lessons and they always enjoy the large playground. Attendees may enjoy a game of volley ball or the bonfire on Saturday night. Spacious and scenic grounds allow for camping.  Enjoy yourself at the nation’s only White Nationalist Family Retreat. Dr. Tom Sunic, – Mr. Sunic is […]

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Anti-Sharia Nationwide Marches

June 9, 2017 Staff 0

Knights Party Associates volunteer to march with Act for America against Sharia Law on June 10th. While The Knights Party doesn’t necessarily agree with all of the talking points of Act for America; they believe in a religious pluralism, LGBTQ rights, and that at its core, Islam is a peaceful religion, we do nevertheless agree that Sharia law MUST NOT be allowed to permeate America and our court system. Already, Sharia law has been utilized in numerous court proceedings. It is anti-family, anti-woman, anti-Christian, anti-American, and anti-Children. Learn more by watching today’s White Resistance News at AltRightTV.com March Locations: ARIZONA […]

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Harrison, Arkansas Proclaims June Confederate History and Heritage Month

May 30, 2017 Staff 0

Harrison, Arkansas has been called the most racist town in America by those who hate white Christian America. The slur is an attempt to silence people in the small Arkansas town. The Knights Party, with its national office in Boone County, outside of Harrison proper, and its national directer Thomas Robb, have been the focus of national and international news stories for close to forty years. Occasionally small “task forces” have been organized in Harrison in order to “redeem” the alleged sullied reputation of Harrison. However, rather than bringing disdain upon the city and county, the long established presence and […]