LDS Church Apostle, Gordon B. Hinckley at the funeral of Ezra Taft Benson stated:
“His crowning patriotic service was his response to a call from the president of the United States to serve as secretary of agriculture. He served the entire eight years of President Eisenhowers presidency.
“He was constantly within the glare of the spotlight of public scrutiny. He was absolutely fearless in speaking out against what he regarded as oppressive programs that shackled the farmer and did injury to him while masquerading as his protector and benefactor. His picture appeared on the covers of the leading national news magazines. Editorialists and commentators denounced him. But without fear or favor, without political or personal consideration, he spoke his mind and won the plaudits of millions across this nation. Even those who disagreed with his policies were forced to respect his logic, his wisdom, and his convictions. They came to know that he knew whereof he spoke. He had once been a dirt-digging, hands-on, sweating farmer. He spoke out of that experience. But he spoke also with the skill and refinement of an educated mind, with the skill of a trained debater, and out of a conviction deep and intense that came of a love for freedom to live ones own life and direct ones own affairs.” (Gordon B. Hinckley, Farewell to a Prophet, Ensign, Jul 1994, 3740)
Ezra Taft Benson Talks About the Last Days
BYU Devotional April 14, 1981
The Constitution Will be Saved – But Not in Washington, 1986
The Proper Role of Government
This talk was given on several occasions but this particular recording
was given to The Utah Forum for the American Idea.
A Message of Warning and Hope
Ezra Taft Benson discusses the communist & socialist dangers facing our society while Barack Obama pushes for and believes in implementing those same dangers in our country.
Stand Up For Freedom was given in the Assembly Hall at Temple Square
on 11 Feb 1966. The message was given to The Utah Forum for the American Idea.
The Constitution – A Heavenly Banner
A BYU Devotional address given September 16, 1986
Our Immediate Responsibility
BYU Devotional, October 25, 1966.
Excepts from a talk given by Ezra Taft Benson, United States Secretary of Agriculture, 1968.
John Wayne and Ezra Taft Benson Comment on the Vietnam War.
Ezra Taft Benson Talks About American Socialism, 1977
Socialized Healthcare: Evil and Freedom Destroying by Ezra Taft Benson
Cabinet Level Testimony of Treason From Within
1 of 2 Globalist Bankers Tactic to Stifle Freedom and Patriot Movements in America
2 of 2 Globalist Bankers Tactic to Stifle Freedom and Patriot Movements in America
U.S. Patriots Always Smeared for Being “Controversial” in Defense of Freedom. This speech was recorded in 1965 in Salt Lake City in the Assembly Hall on Temple Square.
“We cannot fully live the gospel and not be involved in the fight for freedom,” Ezra Taft Benson.