The completely unplanned, unstaged, unfunded, and spontaneous gathering of 75 students in support of gun rights outside Rockledge High School in Brevard County, Florida, last Friday morning was almost completely ignored by the mainstream media, but media attention doesn't matter.
Pastor and former lawmaker Dan Fisher is running for governor of Oklahoma with a bold mission as the centerpiece of his platform: Making the Sooner State abortion free by protecting life, in defiance of the U.S. Supreme Court's unconstitutional Roe v. Wade opinion. If elected, the minister turned statesman also vowed to work with the legislature to audit and rein in government, while getting the feds out of the classroom and working to restore local control of education. His campaign platform is summed up nicely with the slogan ASAP, which stands for “Abolish abortion,” “State sovereignty,” “Audit everything,” and “Proper government.” Already, the Republican establishment and the pro-abortion left are gearing up for a fight. But in an interview with The New American, Fisher said he was ready.
The defeat of the Article V Convention of the States proposal in Mississippi illustrates the effectiveness of members of the John Birch Society, who educated on the subject and take action by transmitting that knowledge to their legislators.
Switzerland, despite having one of the highest rates of gun ownership in the world, hasn’t had a mass shooting since 2001 and has an overall murder rate near zero.
While the liberal mainstream media continue to sell the line that this weekend’s “March for Our Lives” is a student-led, student-organized rally for “common-sense gun control,” the reality is that it is led and organized by the “usual suspects” in the anti-gun crowd. The kids are just window dressing for the sake of an emotional appeal. A YouTube video of leaked audio reveals that the real organization leading the rally is the anti-gun Giffords Foundation.
California’s Reproductive FACT Act (AB 775) is facing harsh scrutiny from the U.S. Supreme Court justices on both sides of the political spectrum because it violates free speech under the guise right-to-know laws.
On Tuesday, two Republicans in Ohio's House of Representatives — Ron Hood and Nino Vitale — introduced a bill that would ban all abortions statewide. The measure is believed to be largely symbolic, as it has a limited chance of passing.
America’s universities — places that should be a bastion of free thought and expression — are increasingly becoming “no-go” zones for conservative speech and thought.
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant signed a bill to prohibit abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy, but the next day a judge issued a restraining order to block the law.