The police perform a vital function, protecting us from the lawless element, and they should be as close as possible to the communities they are entrusted to protect and serve.
The New American has made some amazingly accurate predictions during its first three decades of publication, as evidenced by the examples compiled in this article.
The cause of world government is coming out of the closet and into the open, but behind the mask of a benign new world order lies the true face of tyranny.
Beginning with Franklin Roosevelt's delivery of Manchuria to the Soviet Union at the end of World War II, the United States aided and abetted the growth of Chinese Communism.
A scheme exists to "turn the founders upside down" via a modern-day constitutional convention.
Despite our decades-long backward slide toward despotism, the Constitution remains intact and provides a beacon of hope for restoring the Republic.
In the 1970s both the media and climatologists sounded the alarm about catastrophic climate change. But they imagined a very different scenario from today's forecasts — global cooling, not global warming.
Rep. Ron Paul won a landslide victory in the California Republican Party straw poll on Saturday, September 17 — an appropriate date considering September 17 is Constitution Day and the Texas Congressman is running for President as the champion of the Constitution.
The National Governors Association Annual Meeting is taking place in Salt Lake City, Utah, July 15-16. In addition to the usual business of discussing budgets, education, jobs, and economic growth, this year’s NGA meeting features a first-ever U.S.-China Governors Forum that has brought together provincial governors from the People’s Republic of China (PRC) with their American counterparts. In addition to the many Chinese reporters stationed here in the United States who are covering the event, the Chinese governors brought along their own gaggle of “journalists,” photographers, and videographers from China to chronicle their American odyssey.
In his weekly Internet and radio address on Saturday, President Barack Obama said that Memorial Day is “a time to reflect on what this holiday is all about; to pay tribute to our fallen heroes; and to remember the servicemen and women who cannot be with us this year because they are standing post far from home — in Iraq, Afghanistan, and around the world.” The president also said that “we have a responsibility to serve all of them as well as they serve all of us,” but that “all too often in recent years and decades, we, as a nation, have failed to live up to that responsibility.”