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GREEN The McFarland Project was the brainchild of Dr. Charles Jarvis. He received permission from Dr. McFarland’s daughter, Chief Justice Kay McFarland, now retired, to make the speeches available. With the passing of Dr. Jarvis in December of 2012, the McFarland Project once again approached Kay McFarland for permission to continue. She was gracious enough to grant permission, so his speeches and collections remain available for Instant download at the McFarland Project .

YELLOW After ten years of the McFarland Project, we still face a battle to overcome the hurdle of the low information voter. Will they listen? Do they care? Perhaps not now, but there’s the challenge. Dr. McFarland was able to put problems in context in such a way that people could understand. This is where his speeches become so important. Couched in the language of the Greatest Generation, they might make the minds of PC sensitive listeners snap shut. Can you listen to them, extract the teachings and pass them on in a way that might change some minds? Dr. McFarland was clear on this point. The values of the conservative movement must be taught.

RED With liberal doctrine so entrenched today in every aspect of modern culture, time is short. Lose the House of Representatives and even Dr. McFarland’s admonitions, teachings and inspiration may fail to make a difference. While the light is GREEN, please share both this site and the McFarland Project with like-minded patriots. And while you are at it, McFarland Speaks welcomes your comments, suggestions and efforts to spread the word.

Thank you for your support!


By Anthony Audrieth 03/24/2013 01:15 PM

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  1. Christopher Keay wrote on 04/01/2013 08:17 PM

    I recall listening to "Who Will Succeed in the 60's" by Dr. McFarland, when I was a youngster, at my grandma's house in Logan, Iowa. The record was passed along to each generation and I have it now. I never tire of listening to it. Thanks!

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