VIDEO - After suffering a humiliating defeat in the House of Commons, in Parliament, Prime Minister Theresa May humbly seeks extension from European Council for Brexit delay. Senior Editor William Jasper joins The New American to speculate about what will be happening with Brexit in the near future.
In the wake of the Christchurch shooting, the New Zealand government will roll out new gun-control measures, possibly including a ban on semi-automatic rifles and a gun buyback program. “There will be no opposition,” said one Kiwi.
After weeks of relative calm from the Yellow Vest protests, renewed violence on Saturday has caused the French government to respond with more draconian measures.
VIDEO - Another mass shooting shocked the world this time at the Christchurch mosque in New Zealand, where a gunman gunned down dozens of people with no remorse. New American contributor Christian Gomez interviews New Zealand author Trevor Loudon to highlight the importance of the United State's Second Amendment.
Christchurch Shooter Praises Communist China, Condemns Conservatism and Capitalism: Media Call Him a Trump SupporterWritten by C. Mitchell Shaw
As details of Friday afternoon’s shootings in New Zealand have begun to emerge, the mainstream liberal media are tying the shootings to President Donald Trump and his supporters. But their allegations are disconnected from reality.
A coalition of Polish patriots and Christians is seeking help from U.S. President Donald Trump in securing World War II reparations from Germany and Russia, which literally destroyed and enslaved the nation during and after the war. Efforts to force German and Russian authorities to pay for wrongs perpetrated against Poland have been publicly supported from the highest levels of that nation's government. But the push is being resisted by Moscow and Berlin.
A series of confusing votes and a chaotic welter of parliamentary maneuvers over the past several days have left a muddled picture concerning where Britain now stands on Brexit.
Nigel Farage Slams Theresa May, EU, and Tories Over Brexit Betrayal, Urges EU to Veto Brexit ExtensionWritten by William F. Jasper
UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s latest Brexit betrayal deal has gone down to another defeat, as she tries to extend the March 29 deadline or force another referendum.
The United States is closing its embassy in Venezuela and removing the last embassy personnel. This will pave the way for harsher measures against the Maduro government.
Most of Venezuela is without power, and what little is available is unreliable and intermittent. There may be brighter days ahead. Maduro’s attempts to blame his troubles on President Trump are increasingly falling on deaf ears.
A Christian woman who was acquitted of blasphemy by the Pakistani Supreme Court remains trapped in the country, and her health is failing.