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.
In an 58-page summary of its investigation, the FBI reveals substantial shortcomings in Hillary Clinton's memory and treatment of classified material.
Hillary Clinton is communicating to her base that she will not let legislative gridlock prevent her from enacting her progressive agenda.
The Department of Homeland Security is considering declaring the electoral process as "critical infrastructure" and exercising control in the name of domestic safety.
We expect our elections to occur at their appointed times. But this won’t happen with one local election after a federal judge suspended it, ruling that its format is unfair to black people.
The mainstream media once again have revealed their "selective" reporting of the news by not covering political manipulations in the United States funded by leftist George Soros.
Donald Trump met with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto in Mexico City on August 31, then delivered a speech on the subject of illegal immigration in Phoenix, Arizona.
Senator John McCain is well-positioned to win today's primary and the general election in November, and then act as Clinton's deal-maker in the Senate if she becomes president.