Darrell Castle, a successful Tennessee lawyer and Marine Corps veteran, talks to The New American about the issues, the Constitution, and the prospects for America's future.
Scott Bradley discusses his lifelong love of liberty and the Constitution, as well as his unexpected campaign for vice president.
Whenever government takes from one class of people in order to give to another, it is taking the property of some and giving it to others. The fact that some are wealthier than others is mere sophistry.
The Constitution Party bases its positions on morals, the Constitution, and increased opportunities for all Americans.
The Libertarian Party usually stakes out positions advocating reduced government spending and minimized moral edicts. This year’s presidential duo is doing the same.
Under the Constitution only those powers that are enumerated — that is, granted explicitly — are legitimate. Otherwise put, the federal government has no authority unless it is enumerated in the Constitution; all other aspects of human conduct that may be subject to government control are understood to be reserved to state and local governments — or to be outside the realm of government authority altogether, reserved unto individuals to act upon as they see fit.
Gridlock in government has become a watchword for inefficiency. But at the time of the founding of the American republic, gridlock was known by another term: checks and balances.
Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon has contributed enormously to the advancement of nearly every modern liberal cause, from socialized medicine to same-sex “marriage.”
The UN Office for Outer Space Affairs is in talks with Colorado-based Sierra Nevada Corporation to provide an infrastructure giving the UN access to outer space.
The latest NAFTA summit, held in Ottawa, served up a poignant reminder to North Americans that there is nothing so costly as "free" trade.