Hillary Clinton's shocking collapse at Sunday’s NYC 9/11 ceremony has finally broken the mainstream-media blackout on discussing her waning health, concerns over which had previously been dismissed as “conservative conspiracy theories.”
Senator Tim Kaine's staunch backing of anti-gun laws and infringement of Second Amendment rights makes him a perfect accomplice to Hillary.
“It’s so much easier just to discredit people and call them names,” said Bill Clinton recently. And Hillary has now proved this, calling roughly a quarter of the electorate “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic — you name it.”
In 2006, Hillary Clinton spoke and voted in favor of building a physical barrier between the United States and Mexico.
Pickle-jar gags with comedian Jimmy Fallon don’t count as genuine press conferences, but neither do scripted tarmac gigs with friendly, lovey-dovey reporters.
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.
A research paper published on September 7 in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (PSPB) said that “millennials” (which the researchers defined as young adults born between 1980 and 1994) are currently more politically polarized than Generation Xers and Baby Boomers and are also more likely to identify as “conservative” than members of the preceding generations.
Scott Bradley discusses his lifelong love of liberty and the Constitution, as well as his unexpected campaign for vice president.