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  • If Zimmerman Walks, Media-inspired Riots Anticipated

    07/06/2013 5:49:14 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 163 replies
    The New American ^ | July 6, 2013 | Alex Newman
    The city of Sanford, Florida, already has a secret law-enforcement plan to deal with potential riots and unrest in the wake of a possible acquittal of George Zimmerman. Miami has efforts to keep the peace underway as well. Across America, pundits and analysts have been warning that a “not guilty” verdict in the controversial case could set off an explosive wave of deadly violence rivaling the mass riots that ensued following the 1992 Rodney King trial. If mayhem does strike, analysts say the establishment media, President Obama, and assorted race-profiteers would bear much of the blame. Well before the verdict...
  • “Gay Pride” Parades Attract Exhibitionists — and Obama’s Attention

    06/28/2012 6:51:19 AM PDT · by Paladins Prayer · 10 replies
    The New American ^ | 27 June 2012 | Selwyn Duke
    Dozens of so-called “Gay Pride” parades took place in cities such as New York, Chicago, and San Francisco this past weekend, and they bring to mind why pride is one of the Seven Deadly Sins. And the reminder is especially poignant this year, as bare naked politics mixed with the leather-clad revelry. Many of us have heard the “gay pride” stories the media are mum about: the naked displays and simulated sex acts that, in any other context, would land you in handcuffs not designed for kink. But this year the nefarious goings-on included an invasion by hordes of Barack...
  • The Truth About Homosexuality

    05/17/2012 8:43:32 AM PDT · by Paladins Prayer · 50 replies
    The New American ^ | 17 May 2012 | Selwyn Duke
    According to modern dogma, homosexuals are like sprinters: born and not made. Thus, even though psychology’s longstanding nature-nurture debate has concluded that many traits are the result of both factors, it isn’t politically correct to consider even this possibility with respect to homosexuality. But does this biology-is-destiny theory hold water with respect to same-sex attraction? And, if so, what does this say about the behavior’s moral status? Let’s examine the matter. When discussing same-sex attraction’s cause, the first thing usually mentioned is the much touted “homosexual gene” theory. In fact, the idea has been repeated so often that many today...
  • Santorum Voted to Subsidize Abortion, Planned Parenthood

    01/24/2012 7:45:07 PM PST · by Coleus · 90 replies · 1+ views
    The New American & you tube ^ | 01.16.12 | Alex Newman
    GOP presidential hopeful Rick Santorum is under fire in South Carolina for touting his alleged pro-life beliefs but voting to subsidize abortion and Planned Parenthood, the largest provider of abortions in America, while serving in the U.S. Senate. He has also backed pro-abortion candidates and voted for legislation that is being used to federally prosecute peaceful pro-life protesters who demonstrate outside of abortion clinics. Critics are outraged.The once top-tier Republican candidate, who surged into the spotlight after an unexpected strong finish in Iowa before a disastrous showing in New Hampshire, defended himself against the attacks by lashing out at fellow...
  • Sen. DeMint Not Ready to Endorse Romney (Author thinks he will endorse Ron Paul!)

    01/18/2012 7:45:38 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 18 replies
    The New American ^ | January 18, 2012 | Joe Wolverton, II
    In a recent article published by The Daily Beast, its Washington bureau chief, Howard Kurtz, reasoned that if “moderate” Mitt Romney wins the Republican nomination for President, he’ll need to choose a running mate with the conservative bona fides to balance the ticket. While the notion that Mitt Romney is "on the verge of sewing up the Republican nomination" is still just a neo-con fantasy (especially in light of Ron Paul’s surging poll numbers and his respectable showing in Iowa and New Hampshire), pundits and soi disant opinion makers have suggested that the former Governor of Massachusetts choose a VP...
  • Walnuts Are Drugs, Says FDA

    07/21/2011 2:35:09 PM PDT · by nralife · 175 replies
    The New American ^ | Thursday, 21 July 2011 10:10 | Michael Tennant
    Seen any walnuts in your medicine cabinet lately? According to the Food and Drug Administration, that is precisely where you should find them. Because Diamond Foods made truthful claims about the health benefits of consuming walnuts that the FDA didn’t approve, it sent the company a letter declaring, “Your walnut products are drugs” — and “new drugs” at that — and, therefore, “they may not legally be marketed … in the United States without an approved new drug application.” The agency even threatened Diamond with “seizure” if it failed to comply. Diamond’s transgression was to make “financial investments to educate...
  • On Safari in the Healthcare Jungle

    03/30/2010 9:36:29 AM PDT · by rrstar96 · 221+ views
    The New American ^ | March 29, 2010 | Joe Wolverton, II
    There are many frightening aspects of the new healthcare law hidden around every corner of its legislative labyrinth, camouflaged behind dense impenetrable briars of legalese. But, like the purloined letter of literature, there plenty of the law’s detestable provisions hiding in plain sight. Any document that runs over 2,000 pages (unless it is a young adult book about angst-ridden vampires) discourages even the most cursory of readings. Even skimming such a tome would likely precipitate carpal tunnel syndrome. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act signed into law last week by President Obama is no exception. As House Minority Leader...
  • Obama's Health Reform Deceptions

    03/22/2010 7:34:58 AM PDT · by rrstar96 · 5 replies · 502+ views
    The New American ^ | March 22, 2010 | Ralph R. Reiland
    What became quickly obvious while watching President Obama’s recent interview about healthcare reform with Bret Baier on FOX is that we’re still not getting straight answers about the proposed reforms — and this after a year of healthcare being the No. 1 priority at the Obama White House. On something even as elementary as making the exact legislation available to the public and to legislators in a timely manner prior to voting, we got more hype than candor from Mr. Obama. Said Obama, regarding the timing of the vote on restructuring one-sixth of the U.S. economy, “I hope it’s going...
  • Rachel Maddow Recycles Falsehoods Against the John Birch Society

    12/21/2009 11:16:26 AM PST · by Rodebrecht · 100 replies · 1,712+ views
    The New American ^ | 12/21/09 | Thomas R. Eddlem
    MSNBC's Rachel Maddow launched an error-riddled attack against the John Birch Society in her December 18 show, nominally because the John Birch Society has become a sponsor of the upcoming February 2010 Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C.
  • U.S. To Become "Banana Republic," Says Senator

    08/05/2009 6:08:30 PM PDT · by Rodebrecht · 20 replies · 2,212+ views
    The New American ^ | 8/5/09 | Steven Yates
    According to Senator Judd Gregg (R-N.H.), the United States is on its way to becoming a “banana republic” within 10 years. Wikipedia defines a banana republic as “a country that is politically unstable, dependent on limited agriculture (e.g., bananas), and ruled by a small, self-elected, wealthy and corrupt elite.” Such nations have “a small, leisurely class on the top, and a large, poorly educated and poorly paid working class of peons, though it might have the (fake) trappings of modernity (such as styling itself as a republic with a president, etc.).” A banana republic “typically has large wealth inequities, poor...
  • Neoconservatism in the Obama Age

    01/17/2009 4:41:34 PM PST · by Coleus · 4 replies · 381+ views
    thenewamerican ^ | 01.07.09 | Patrick Krey
    Neoconservatives are elated with Obama's appointments, recognizing that the new guard is very much like the old.  Some traditional conservatives were hoping that with Bush leaving office and Obama coming in, the neocons would be put out of power, but sadly, they're not going away that easily. Contrary to the public's perception of President-elect Obama as the peace candidate, he has been extremely hawkish in his appointments. The selection of Joe Biden as a running mate was a sign that the globalist and hawkish wing of the Democratic Party (where the neocons originally hailed from) was going to be strongly...
  • The Trouble With Leon Panetta [supported anti-CIA, KGB-affiliated, Institute For Policy Studies]

    01/10/2009 5:55:09 AM PST · by ETL · 29 replies · 1,679+ views
    TheNewAmerican.com ^ | January 7, 2009 | Warren Mass
    excerpt... In April 1985 Panetta joined with 13 of his leftist congressional colleagues — including Ron Dellums, Don Edwards, George Miller, Christopher Dodd, and Les Aspin — in sponsoring a 20th anniversary fund-raising gala for the pro-Marxist Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), which had been described by Brian Crozier, director of the London Institute for the Study of Conflict, as the "perfect intellectual front for Soviet activities which would be resisted if they were to originate openly from the KGB." The IPS was originally funded with millions of dollars from the Faberge perfume magnate and Communist Party member Samuel Rubin...
  • The Trouble With Leon Panetta

    01/07/2009 9:53:51 PM PST · by Tailgunner Joe · 25 replies · 773+ views
    thenewamerican.com ^ | 07 January 2009 | Warren Mass
    On January 5, the nation's new media learned that President-elect Barack Obama would nominate former congressman and Clinton administration official Leon Panetta as the next director of the Central Intelligence Agency. Obama's choice reportedly caught some veteran Democratic senators who had not been briefed of the decision off-guard, and some voiced their skepticism that that Bill Clinton's former chief of staff and director of the Office of Management and Budget possessed sufficient experience in the intelligence field to handle the job. The New York Times reported on January 7: "Mr. Panetta's lack of experience had drawn the sharpest criticism on...
  • Is Conservatism Dead?

    01/05/2009 5:38:42 PM PST · by rabscuttle385 · 80 replies · 1,457+ views
    The New American ^ | 2009-01-06 | Patrick Krey
    The rise of the neoconservatives within the GOP has not only discredited the Grand Old Party but tarnished the image of conservatism. The Republican party suffered an overwhelming electoral defeat this past November. The establishment media were all too quick to proclaim that conservatism is dead and we're now at the dawn of a liberal age. Peter Beinart, Senior Fellow for U.S. Foreign Policy for the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), wrote in Time magazine that we are facing the dawn of a "new liberal order." In making this proclamation, Beinart overlooks the fact that the public was not voting...
  • Rooting for World Government

    12/26/2008 10:47:41 PM PST · by Coleus · 15 replies · 885+ views
    the new american ^ | 12.16.08 | William F. Jasper
    “And now for a world government.” That is the title of an important op-ed by Gideon Rachman that appeared in the Financial Times of London — important both for the showcase in which it appeared and the smug admissions it makes.  The Financial Times (FT) is notable not only for the distinctive salmon-colored paper on which it is printed, but for who reads it. It is the main competitor of the Wall Street Journal for the position of top “must read” daily economic newspaper for global business, financial, and political elites. “I have never believed that there is a secret...
  • The Christmas Truce of 1914

    12/24/2008 11:04:58 PM PST · by Coleus · 20 replies · 2,007+ views
    the new american ^ | 12.22.08 | Kurt Hyde
    What if they called a war and peace broke out instead? That's exactly what happened during the Christmas season of 1914 when the soldiers themselves called a truce and, had it not been for intervention by the higher authorities on both sides, World War I might have ended. Stanley Weintraub does an excellent job of preserving for posterity this remarkable wartime truce in his book  Silent Night: The Story of the World War I Christmas Truce, and much of what follows is derived from that valuable source. The truce came as no surprise, Weintraub explains, as there were early indications...
  • The Hope of the World

    12/24/2008 11:11:18 PM PST · by Coleus · 3 replies · 449+ views
    the new american ^ | 12.12.08 | Dan Smoot
    As I see it, the beginning of the United States of America was the most dramatic and significant episode in a long pilgrimage — the pilgrimage of the Christian idea of law, liberty, and self-government. Christianity is the master principle of our organic documents of government — the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. Neither Paul nor any of the other early Christians had any particular interest in social reform or political revolution. Their dedication was spiritual; yet, at the core of Christian faith is the most revolutionary idea ever conceived: that individual man is infinitely...
  • Obama's Terrorist Ties and Radical Roots

    10/27/2008 8:48:33 PM PDT · by seastay · 4 replies · 285+ views
    The New American Magazine ^ | Monday, 27 October 2008 | William F. Jasper
    One of the signature songs of the 1960s political radicalism was Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are a'Changin'," which JibJab video productions has used as a theme for an online video spoof of the Obama-Hillary-McCain campaign contest over who was the biggest "change" candidate. Another iconic '60s-era Dylan ballad, "Subterranean Homesick Blues," contained the line, "You don't need to be a weatherman to know which way the wind blows." Bill Ayers, his wife Bernadine Dohrn, and other members of the radical SDS (Students for a Democratic Society) adopted Weatherman, Weathermen, and Weather Underground as their nom de guerre monikers from...
  • Private tollway?

    04/08/2008 10:07:25 AM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 27 replies · 252+ views
    The Midwest City Sun ^ | April 7, 2008 | Eric Bradshaw
    Several Oklahoma legislators are concerned that individuals and organizations are quietly working on plans to create a privately-operated tollway in Oklahoma. Many referred to Spain-based Cintra, which has been involved in the development of a proposed Trans-Texas Corridor. Cintra also took over the operation of the Indiana East-West Toll Road from the Indiana Department of Transportation in 2006. Oklahoma State Sen. Randy Brogdon and state representatives Eric Proctor, Richard Morrisette, Scott Inman and Charles Key all expressed concern that efforts to open up Oklahoma to a privately operated tollway system were being kept out of the view of the general...
  • A Hard Look at NATO is Long Overdue

    03/22/2008 7:38:19 AM PDT · by fweingart · 17 replies · 434+ views
    The New American ^ | 02/16/2008 | John F. McManus
    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS: Sold to the American people in 1949 as a buffer against possible Soviet expansion to the West, NATO has always been a creature of the United Nations. It is now being employed as an armed force for the world body, just as was intended from its outset. COMMENTARY: Afghanistan is immensely distant from what has always been known as the North Atlantic region. Yet forces from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) are now conducting the military operations in that country. This situation came about because NATO is a United Nations subsidiary and is, once again, being employed...
  • Chinopoly

    12/28/2007 10:46:56 AM PST · by Calpernia · 53 replies · 262+ views
    The New American ^ | January 7, 2008 | By: William F. Jasper
    “China will be the world’s next great nation,” declared investment and commodities guru Jim Rogers in his 2004 bestseller, Hot Commodities. The 20th century, he noted, “was the American century. The twenty-first will belong to China.” Rogers went on: Here’s how important I think China will be: My daughter, who was born in 2003, is learning Chinese. Her Chinese nanny speaks only Mandarin to her, and I suspect that she might learn Chinese before she learns English. In her lifetime, Chinese will be the most important language in the world, next to English. If you are young and ambitious,...
  • The Real Terror Paymasters

    10/21/2007 2:24:07 PM PDT · by ThePythonicCow · 17 replies · 495+ views
    The New American ^ | September 3, 2007 | William F. Jasper
    In 1972, the Kremlin decided to turn the whole Islamic world against Israel and the U.S. As KGB chairman Yuri Andropov told me, a billion adversaries could inflict far greater damage on America than could a few millions. In the quote above, Gen. Ion Mihai Pacepa, head of the DIE, the KGB’s little sister in communist Romania, reveals a conversation he had with chairman Andropov, the Soviet leader. “We needed to instill a Nazi-style hatred for the Jews throughout the Islamic world,” Andropov told Pacepa, “and to turn this weapon of the emotions into a terrorist bloodbath against Israel...
  • Behind Islamic Terror

    08/22/2007 6:12:39 PM PDT · by VxH · 13 replies · 1,233+ views
    The New American ^ | 03 Sep 2007 | William F. Jasper
    “Al-Qaeda Stronger than Ever.” “U.S. Concern at Al-Qaeda Strength.” These and similar titles accompanied news stories that began breaking during the second week of July, announcing leaks of a disturbing new classified intelligence report. Prepared for President Bush by the National Counter Terrorism Center (NCTC), the five-page report entitled Al-Qaeda Better Prepared to Strike the West paints a picture of a revived, more dangerous terror network led by Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri. The Associated Press reported on July 11 that an unnamed counterterrorism official familiar with the still-unreleased report paraphrased the briefing paper as finding that al-Qaeda is...
  • ..Duncan Hunter Calls for...Prisons Director to Be Fired Over Prison Beating of Border Patrol Agent

    02/08/2007 5:22:41 AM PST · by GulfBreeze · 83 replies · 1,679+ views
    The New American ^ | February 7, 2007 | Sam Antonio
    by Sam Antonio February 7, 2007 In a letter to President Bush dated February 6, Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) chastised the federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) for placing Border Patrol Agent Ignacio Ramos in the general prison population at the Yazoo City Federal Correctional Facility in Mississippi. Rep. Hunter pointed out that he had written to BOP Director Harley Lappin in January urging that the agents be segregated from the general prison population for their safety. He received a letter from Director Lappin’s assistant at BOP assuring him that they would be segregated from the general population and that all...
  • Betrayed in the Line of Duty

    09/06/2006 6:33:41 PM PDT · by Coleus · 30 replies · 814+ views
    The New American ^ | William F. Jasper
    While the Bush administration seeks amnesty for illegal aliens and grants immunity to a Mexican drug smuggler, it has thrown the book at two courageous Border Patrol agents. Fabens, Texas — The chase was on. The suspected smuggler van turned back toward the Rio Grande and headed for Mexico. Border Patrol agent Ignacio Ramos was on his tail. Other agents were also converging on the scene. The suspect realized he wasn't going to outrun agent Ramos' vehicle, and so he abandoned his van on a levee and took off on foot. As the suspect headed into the canal, Ramos yelled...
  • Global Warming, Too Hot or Not?

    09/06/2006 5:53:02 PM PDT · by Coleus · 20 replies · 903+ views
    The New American ^ | 09.18.06 | Dennis Behreandt
    The theory of global warming proposes that man's activities are causing the Earth to heat up, but there is compelling scientific evidence that does not support this conclusion.   Very few people have heard of the Larsen B ice shelf. For thousands of years in the Antarctic, the place was a desolate frozen wasteland, crisscrossed by crevasses and swept by powerful ice and snowstorms. Beginning in 2002, satellite imagery began to show instability in the Larsen B ice shelf. According to research published by the journal Nature, much of the more than 4,600 square mile ice shelf collapsed. Since then, icebergs...
  • The Bush-Kennedy Immigration Tsunami

    05/19/2006 6:46:23 AM PDT · by Irontank · 27 replies · 616+ views
    If the Bush-Kennedy immigration plan in the Senate is enacted, the United States would be flooded with more than 200 million new legal immigrants in the next 20 years! The first part of President Bush’s televised May 15 immigration speech was carefully crafted to appease his conservative base, which he has alienated with his open borders policies. Hence, the address was front-loaded with references to sovereignty and security and promises to beef up border enforcement with more Border Patrol agents and a temporary deployment of National Guard units. The back end of the address was a salvo aimed at prodding...
  • Counting the Costs of Amnesty

    05/18/2006 7:18:34 AM PDT · by Irontank · 9 replies · 450+ views
    With many of our nation's politicians pushing to give permanent residency and amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants, Americans should know the costs of granting amnesty. Many politicians are planning to give permanent residency to millions of illegal immigrants. To achieve their end goals of granting this amnesty (amnesty is what all of their proposals boil down to), these politicians have been telling the public that the illegals bolster our economy. Using verbal sleight of hand, they conveniently ignore the formidable costs that the immigrants generate, preferring to pick and choose numbers that would seem to show that massive immigration...
  • Political Posturing & the Ports Flap (by John F. McManus)

    03/18/2006 12:22:15 PM PST · by Cannoneer No. 4 · 3 replies · 246+ views
    The New American ^ | March 18, 2006 | John F. McManus
    Both sides in our nation's latest exercise in political posturing succeeded. Democrats who were anxious to make Republicans look bad and Republicans who increasingly find a need to distance themselves from a president with plummeting poll numbers jumped aboard the Dubai ports controversy and now claim victory. Only about a month after the announcement that Dubai Ports World (DPW) — a firm controlled by one of the governments that make up what is known as the United Arab Emirates (UAE) — would purchase the rights to manage operations [at terminals](edited by Cannoneer No. 4) at six major U.S. ports, the...
  • Rupert Murdoch's Growing Porn Empire

    03/15/2006 9:23:06 AM PST · by Willie Green · 81 replies · 6,461+ views
    The New American ^ | March 14, 2006 | William Norman Grigg
    For education and discussion only. Not for commercial use. Australian-born media mogul Rupert Murdoch (Council on Foreign Relations), whose international holdings include the supposedly conservative FOX News channel, "has been secretly building a stable of wholly-owned pornographic channels for his [British] Sky subsidiary," reported Rupert Steiner of London's The Business on February 12. "The Business has learned that Sky now owns and operates its own pornographic channels -- the 18+ Movies section -- after years of hosting third-party content only." Previously, under British licensing rules, Rupert's Sky network was required to provide porn content produced by other networks. Having learned...
  • Roots of Subversion (Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism, by Abbé Augustin Barruél, SJ

    03/04/2006 9:40:01 PM PST · by Coleus · 4 replies · 487+ views
    The New American ^ | 09.30.96 | William H. McIlhany
    Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism, by Abbé Augustin Barruél The years 1796 to 1798 saw the publication of two important presentations of evidence concerning an international conspiracy, then only decades old, which had devastated France and was threatening the entire civilized world. That conspiracy had coalesced into a continuing organizational structure with the founding of the Order of the Illuminati by Adam Weishaupt on May 1, 1776 in Ingolstadt, Bavaria. The conspirators in the Order came from the top levels of society, and their ultimate goal was the destruction of all existing religious and political institutions, all forms...
  • HOMOS ON THE RANGE

    02/08/2006 7:12:42 AM PST · by itsinthebag · 35 replies · 730+ views
    The New American ^ | February 8, 2006 | R. Cort Kirkwood
    A look at how liberal cultural elites gave "blockbuster" stature to a perverse movie -- Brokeback Mountain -- and what they hoped to accomplish. John Wayne and Gary Cooper must be spinning in their graves. Liberal as Hollywood is, they never would have thought the industry they loved would put out a movie in which the protagonists are cowboys who give the term "rough riders" a new, blue meaning. But alas, Tinseltown has obliged with Brokeback Mountain. Based on Annie Proulx's short story for The New Yorker, it is the tale of two sodomite sheepherders, Ennis Del Mar (Heath Ledger)...
  • Americans Have a Right to Know About the Council on Foreign Relations

    11/10/2001 12:41:58 AM PST · by Verax · 202 replies · 3,000+ views
    The New American ^ | September, 1994 | John F. McManus
    Americans Have a Right to Know About the Council on Foreign Relations by John F. McManus There exists in our nation today a privately run organization with only 3,000 members, several hundred of whom are U.S. government officials. But even though this organization possesses enormous influence over the actions of our national government, most Americans have never heard of it. This same organization's members dominate our nation's mass media, multinational corporations, the banking industry, colleges and universities, even the military. Yet its domination is unknown to the average citizen. The members of this small but extremely influential group are ...
  • The Man Who Knew Too Much

    01/11/2006 1:51:00 PM PST · by robowombat · 12 replies · 723+ views
    New American Magazine ^ | February 27, 1989 | James Perloff
    The Man Who Knew Too Much James Perloff February 27, 1989 During the 1960s, the consequences of U.S. foreign policy struck America like an unforeseen hurricane. Near the eye of that hurricane was an epic struggle between one man, Otto Otepka, and the architects of the foreign policy. In many ways, this struggle symbolized the age-less conflict between freedom and collectivism. Had it been better known to more Americans, the Otepka affair would have revealed many answers to the puzzles of the nation's plight at that time. The story really traced back to the Truman Administration. In testimony before Congressional...
  • The Truth About Science

    01/14/2006 10:01:49 PM PST · by Coleus · 17 replies · 1,029+ views
    The New American ^ | 01.23.06 | Dennis Behreandt
    Behind scary science headlines are often lies and distortions. The Politically Incorrect Guide to Science examines numerous fallacies.In 63 B.C., King Mithridates VI, the great opponent of the armies of the late Roman republic, faced a terrible reversal of fortune. For years he had fought war after war against the expansionist Roman state, even for a time expanding his own empire in what is now modern-day Turkey. Finally the Romans sent against him the legions of Pompey the Great, and the tides of war changed. As the Romans overwhelmed his forces, Mithridates found his supporters abandoning him. Even his own...
  • Bring 'Em Home! [Right-Wing Peacenik Alert]

    12/23/2005 9:52:42 PM PST · by Fiji Hill · 8 replies · 919+ views
    The New American ^ | January 9, 2006 | William Norman Grigg
    The Iraq War is an unconstitutional, unjustifiable conflict devouring innocent lives and abetting the growth of an increasingly lawless leviathan state. It must be ended -- now. Twenty-one-year-old Matthew Holley, born in Idaho and raised in Chula Vista, California, was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq on November 15. A three-time AAU Karate champion and accomplished artist, Holley followed in his father's footsteps by enlisting in the U.S. Army's 101st Airborne. "It made me very proud that he actually wanted to be like his dad," recalled Holley's father, John, at the young soldier's December 2 funeral. Matthew got...
  • USAID Shuns Use of Lifesaving DDT to Control Malaria

    12/22/2005 9:26:09 PM PST · by Coleus · 12 replies · 474+ views
    The New American ^ | 12.21.05 | William F. Jasper
    Email this article Printer friendly page Siding with radical environmentalists and the United Nations, President Bush signed on to the UN Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (known as the POP Treaty) in 2001. This has been a global death warrant for millions of people at risk from malaria and other tropical diseases, since it, in effect, outlaws DDT and other pesticides that have proven to be safe and effective in eradicating or controlling the vectors that transmit these diseases. In Africa alone, over 1 million people die each year from malaria, while millions more suffer significant debilitation from the disease....
  • "Population Control" Eyewitness

    12/14/2005 5:50:26 PM PST · by Coleus · 8 replies · 443+ views
    TNA ^ | 04.12.99 | John F. McManus
    "Population Control" Eyewitness Steven W. Mosher is president of the pro-family Population Research Institute based in Front Royal, Virginia. For more than 20 years, Mr. Mosher’s has been a leading voice speaking out against the abuse of human rights in Communist China. He was interviewed by John F. McManus, publisher of THE NEW AMERICAN.Q. How did your relationship with China begin?A. As a doctoral candidate from Stanford University, I was the first American social scientist to go to China after President Carter normalized relations with that nation in 1979. I spent an entire year living in a village in South...
  • Paris Aflame: Preview of America's Future?

    11/13/2005 1:49:03 PM PST · by Mount Athos · 19 replies · 925+ views
    The New American ^ | November 13, 2005 | R. Cort Kirkwood
    Radical Islam has engulfed France. Paris is burning. Australian authorities have collared a terror cell. Months ago, bomb attacks hit London. In 2004, it was Madrid. All these events have something in common, and it isn’t just a link to what the Bush administration and its talk radio echo chamber calls “Islamofascism.” The common ingredients are unrestricted immigration, an effective end to national borders, and social democratic welfare states that act as a magnet to attract a huge influx of young Muslim men who are not required, or inclined, to assimilate to the culture of their new homelands. Muslim immigrants...
  • "Able Danger" & 9/11 Foreknowledge

    10/18/2005 1:42:49 PM PDT · by johnny7 · 7 replies · 772+ views
    The New American ^ | October 31, 2005 | By William F. Jasper
    There was nothing in outward appearance to draw attention to the four-bedroom apartment at 54 Marienstrasse. Nonetheless, the attention of the intelligence services of Germany, the U.S., Israel, and other Middle Eastern and European countries had been drawn to the nondescript flat in Hamburg, Germany, as early as 1998. That was when Mohammed Atta signed the lease and he and Ramzi bin al Shibh moved in. Soon thereafter, it was identified by intelligence agencies as a target of interest. It became known as the hub of al-Qaeda's "Hamburg Cell."Over the next two and a half years, dozens of al-Qaeda operatives,...
  • Clinton's Big Globalist Bash

    10/16/2005 9:49:57 PM PDT · by Nasty McPhilthy · 4 replies · 317+ views
    The New American ^ | October 14, 2005 | William Norman Grigg
    More than a thousand people - including current Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan - attended the Clinton Global Initiative, a confab organized by impeached former President Bill Clinton to coincide with the opening of the UN General Assembly last month. Modeled on the annual gathering of world elite in Davos, Switzerland, the meeting was described as the inauguration of a new network of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) intended to provide support for the UN's global social agenda. “Former President Bill Clinton organized the conference with goals in four areas,” observed a September 25 Voice of America...
  • Our Illegal War

    09/22/2003 4:05:55 PM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 11 replies · 470+ views
    The New American ^ | April 26, 1999 | Helen Chenoweth
    When the order was given for American military personnel to attack Yugoslavia, it was not issued following a declaration of war from Congress. Nor was the order given by the President as a means of repelling a sudden attack on America by a foreign aggressor, or as a measure intended to rescue Americans abroad from unexpected peril. In fact, the order to attack Yugoslavia didn’t even follow the pattern set in Korea and Vietnam, in which our nation was committed to protracted foreign wars through unilateral presidential action. On March 23rd, the order to commence hostilities was given to an...
  • U.S. Blood Is Not Buying a Free Iraq

    08/18/2005 5:43:44 AM PDT · by Irontank · 46 replies · 952+ views
    The New American (John Birch Society) ^ | August 22, 2005 | Thomas R. Eddlem
    Members of the Bush administration have repeatedly told Americans that Iraq is becoming a free and democratic society, but that claim is proving to be false. "Our mission in Iraq is clear," stated President Bush before a military audience at Fort Bragg during his nationally televised address on June 28. "We're hunting down the terrorists. We're helping Iraqis build a free nation that is an ally in the war on terror. We're advancing freedom in the broader Middle East. We are removing a source of violence and instability, and laying the foundation of peace for our children and our grandchildren."...
  • Loving Big Brother (London Police Shooting)

    07/26/2005 10:36:38 PM PDT · by Coleus · 60 replies · 1,394+ views
    The New American ^ | 07.26.05 | William Norman Grigg
    Loving Big Brother by William Norman Grigg July 26, 2005   The killing of Jean Charles de Meneze by London police, who wrongly suspected Meneze of being a suicide bomber, demonstrated the folly of giving police a license to kill on the basis of suspicion. Yet some neoconservatives "love" this and other Big Brother policies. The July 22 shooting death of Brazilian electrician Jean Charles de Menezes at the hands of plainclothes London police left Fox News commentator John Gibson swooning with admiration."I love the way the Brits have 10 million cameras sticking up the nose of every citizen...
  • Hyping Hillary: A look behind the first lady's media-made image

    06/09/2005 4:56:29 AM PDT · by YaYa123 · 19 replies · 899+ views
    The New American ^ | July 12, 1993 | William Norman Grigg
    There she stands -- clothed in pristine white, bathed in beatific soft focus, her face radiating a smile of saintly serenity. Are we contemplating a religious icon? After a fashion, yes: This is Hillary Rodham Clinton as she appeared on the cover of the May 23rd New York Times Magazine. The cover's caption invites the reader to partake of a homily honoring "Hillary Rodham Clinton and the Politics of Virtue." The New York Times Magazine profile was part of a remarkable campaign by the media to canonize the first lady as the saintly exemplar of compassionate womanhood. The Washington Post...
  • 9-11 Conspiracy Fact & Fiction - (detailed refutation of gov't "conspiracy" on 9/11; superb photos)

    04/23/2005 8:01:34 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 26 replies · 5,990+ views
    THE NEW AMERICAN.COM ^ | MAY 2, 2005 | WILLIAM F. JASPER
    An abundance of sensational and irrational conjecture about the September 11 terrorist attacks is being used to discredit any consideration of conspiracy in general. "The truth is out there." So went the tagline of the popular TV sci-fi series, The X-Files. Sometimes it can seem that the truth is way "out there," as one tries to sift through the confusion of conflicting statements of government officials, mainstream media organizations, alternative media outlets, witnesses, experts, and so-called experts. This is certainly the case regarding the terrorist events of September 11, 2001. Of the four coordinated events — the two attacks on...
  • Oklahoma City -- A Decade Later

    04/17/2005 7:08:09 PM PDT · by Coleus · 11 replies · 1,022+ views
    The New American ^ | 04.18.05 | William F. Jasper
    Oklahoma City -- A Decade Laterby William F. JasperApril 18, 2005 Issue  Before 9/11 there was Oklahoma City. Before the name of Osama bin Laden entered public discourse there was Timothy McVeigh. McVeigh was executed on June 11, 2001 for his role in the April 19, 1995 bombing of the Murrah Federal Building. (THE NEW AMERICAN'S extensive investigative effort has led the way in exposing the Oklahoma City Bombing cover-up.)Two days after the OKC bombing, President Clinton vowed: “Justice for these killers will be certain, swift and severe. We will find them, we will convict them, and we will...
  • Greenpeace Wages Red War (how many knew of their Communist connections???)

    04/10/2005 8:24:15 AM PDT · by TapTheSource · 34 replies · 3,171+ views
    The New American ^ | November 19, 1990 | Bryan Ellison
    Greenpeace Wages Redwar (The New American, Nov. 19, 1990) The targeted nations of the North Atlantic (In yellow...see original link for map) Because of the growing environmentalist fad of the last few years, much of the public has invested nearly blind faith in organizations claiming to play David to the Goliath of environmental exploitation. Among the leading beneficiaries of this public trust has been the international activist organization Greenpeace. The group began with a 1971 protest against US testing of nuclear weapons, which it followed up with an attempt to physically block French nuclear testing in 1972 by sailing a...
  • CAFTA: Exporting American Jobs & Industry

    04/05/2005 7:03:57 PM PDT · by Coleus · 44 replies · 1,064+ views
    The New American ^ | 04.18.05 | William Norman Grigg
    CAFTA: Exporting American Jobs & Industryby William Norman Grigg The New American, April 18, 2005CAFTA, a forerunner of an "EU of the Americas," trades away American jobs in the name of rewarding Latin American "democracies." Allen Johnson, chief agricultural negotiator for the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, was enjoying his vacation in late February when he received a panicky call from the White House. The mid-year meeting of the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (NASDA) was on the verge of delivering a stinging rebuke to the Bush administration by passing a resolution opposing the proposed Central...
  • Hollywood Babylon

    03/11/2005 11:00:10 AM PST · by w6ai5q37b · 141 replies · 2,373+ views
    The New American ^ | March 21, 2005 | William F. Jasper
    The recent Academy Award celebration of last year's movie fare has made transparently obvious the huge chasm between the cultural elitists and Middle America. The year 2004 is certain to go down as a defining point in the decades-long war for the heart, mind, and soul of America. The cultural elites who reign over the fields of entertainment, the arts, the news media, and academia are triumphantly celebrating our descent into a post-Christian, neopagan society. They are celebrating an ongoing revolution that threatens to transform a culture of life, light, virtue, and hope into a culture of death, darkness, degeneracy,...