VIDEO - The newest issue of the Freedom Index has come out and Christian Gomez analyzes whose voting record stands out.

VIDEO - Alex Newman addresses our country's sovereignty and the dangers that the United Nations are imposing on it.

VIDEO - To encourage “safer” encounters between border agents and illegal immigrants, CBP has issued a new award to strive towards titled the “Use of Deadly Force Encounter Averted” award. It is an award which congratulates border agents who have disarmed suspects through verbal commands instead of needing to use force.

Earlier this month, The New American reported on Washington State's adoption of controversial new learning standards regarding gender for students in grades K-12. These health and physical education standards were quietly adopted by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) on March 25 without issuance of public notice or a press release. Because the standards had been adopted in secret, they only recently came to the attention of the Family Policy Institute of Washington (FPIW), which has pledged to fight their implementation.

VIDEO - Watch to see what's in the latest issue!

A Memorial Day display of 79 crosses erected on May 20 alongside a state highway in Hiram, Georgia, to honor the 79 Paulding County residents who died in America’s wars was temporarily removed following a complaint from a caller — but replaced after a city council vote.

Gun-rights groups filed suit against Seattle's gun and ammo tax, but the tax was upheld. On January 4, the plaintiffs sent the lawsuit to a state Court of Appeals for review. A decision is expected by late summer or early fall.

Can a New Age, CFR functionary lead the Conservative Advance?

Is this politician for me? As part of a series of articles, we give the backgrounds and voting records of some noteworthy U.S. politicians — both good and bad — in the 2016 election.

An attorney was arrested for "obstruction" when she remained silent during a traffic stop. She was later released and is suing the officer, the police department, and the State of New Jersey.