Society for American Sovereignty in the News
- Cobb congressmen blast Bush partnership with Canada, Mexico, by Ken Eysaman, Marietta Daily Journal, August 20, 2007
Canadians have always been a suspicious-looking lot, by Editors, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, August 20, 2007
"D.A. King and two state legislators, Sen. Nancy Schaefer (R-Turnerville) and Rep. Tim Bearden (R-Villa Rica), led the way in condemning the Mexico-United States-Canadian event as a secretive kabal to loosen borders and allow illegal immigration to flourish.
'I have been very aware for a very long time that a lot of the governmental and media elite have a goal of open borders. That goal has not changed. It has just been blacked out and gone underground since 9/11,' King said.
King has formed a new group, called Society for American Sovereignty."
Do Talks Between U.S., Canada And Mexico Threaten National Sovereignty? Activist Says 'Yes', by Dick Pettys, editor,, Insider Advantage Georgia, August 20, 2007
"Could America be on the verge of losing its national sovereignty through a little-publicized tripartite agreement with Mexico and Canada that some fear could morph into a European Union-type government in North America? Thatís one of the questions being raised by Georgia-based anti-illegal immigration activist D.A. King in a new national campaign heís launched.
He announced the campaign Monday during a news conference in the state Capitol on the same day President Bush, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Mexican President Felipe Calderon were meeting in Montebello, Quebec for talks on the Security and Prosperity Partnership."
- Press Release: Announcement of Society for American Sovereignty, by staff, Society for American Sovereignty, August 17, 2007