VIDEO - Rep. Stewart Jones of South Carolina advocates for the importance of upholding the Constitution and keeping liberty local. Jones talks of the challenges of getting control back from the federal government, including not falling for the temptation of federal money, which a ploy by D.C. to grab more control from the states.
VIDEO - Who or what defines human rights? In this episode of Behind the Deep State, host Alex Newman compares how human rights are defined within the United States vs. how they are defined with the UN “Human Rights” Council. Newman also highlights several contradictory and concerning elements to the council that should have people alarmed and outraged.
The leftist mask is dropping — they hate our Constitution. Unfortunately, there are some who claim to revere the Constitution who would accomplish the same leftist goals of dumping our Constitution through a so-called Article V Constitutional Convention.
VIDEO - Representative Stewart Jones of South Carolina talks with Dr. Duke Pesta on red flag gun laws.Rep. Jones argues that red flag gun laws make citizens guilty until proven innocent.
VIDEO - In this exclusive interview with The New American magazine's Alex Newman, prominent Florida Representative Mike Hill (R-Pensacola) blasted the ongoing assault on the right to keep and bear arms and discussed legislation he is working on to restore gun rights in Florida.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden says he wants to come back to the United States, but only if the government will guarantee him a “fair trial” in which he may argue that he did the right thing by alerting people to unconstitutional surveillance.
September 17 is designated Constitution Day in recognition of the anniversary of the signing of the Constitution in 1787. How many of these quiz questions can you answer?
With President Donald Trump expected to announce his proposals to reduce gun violence this week, supporters of the Second Amendment and its protection of the right of individual Americans to keep and bear arms are understandably wary.
The U.S. Department of Justice filed an order in federal court demanding that Apple and Google turn over the names of users of a gun scope app.