VIDEO - In the latest issue of The New American, the establishment gangs up on Trump, and the nominees for all parties running for President are examined.

Professors at the University of Texas attempted to block a new campus carry law from taking effect on their campus, but their request for an injunction was denied by the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas. According to the court, the professors were not entitled to a preliminary injunction against the law that went into effect on August 1. However, the professors’ lawsuit against the campus carry law is still being pursued.

Who would have thought that Donald Trump, of all people, would be addressing the fact that the black community suffers the most from a breakdown of law and order?

The idea that we would be facing the prospect of World War III over which flag flies above a tiny finger of land that most US politicians couldn’t find on a map is utterly ridiculous. When are we going to come to our senses?

Trump supporters are tired of promises not being kept by Democrats or Republicans, of changes in the nation’s culture and moral standards, of being given half-truths and lies when honesty remains the best policy, and of sensing that the country is being changed — not for the better but for the betterment of an arrogant well-entrenched few.

VIDEO - In a speech given by Sec. of DHS Jeh Johnson, he spoke of United States law in regard to illegal immigration. Andy Ramirez examines the context of Johnson's speech and explains how the Obama administration is granting illegal aliens special privileges in the United States.

The GOP has two main factions vying for control of the party; each has its strengths and weaknesses, and the faction that is best able to draw unattached Republicans to it will likely control the party for the foreseeable future.

Oklahoma Wesleyan University (OKWU), a Christian college, is the first university to join a lawsuit against the Obama administration over its five-year-old policy mandating how schools address allegations of sexual assault. The suit contends that the standards set by the Obama administration fail to protect innocent students, violate the Administrative Procedure Act, and amount to male gender bias.

According to a study released July 14, 2016 by the University of Birmingham (U.K.), parents have become increasingly concerned with the impact of social media on children and teenagers alike. With this latest generation of youth — many of whom are connected to the digital world 24 hours a day — it’s an issue more parents are paying attention to.

We keep hearing that “black lives matter,” but they seem to matter only when that helps politicians to get votes, or when that slogan helps demagogues demonize the police. The other 99 percent of black lives destroyed by people who are not police do not seem to attract nearly as much attention in the media.