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Daniel New

Daniel New is a author, public speaker, ornamental horticulturalist, now an organic farmer/rancher in Texas. Have dined with cannibals in Papua New Guinea and congressmen in Washington, D.C. (and in general I preferred the company of the former). Have been a guest on more than 5,000 radio shows, promoting the idea that America’s military should remain American, not placed under the control of the United Nations. Father of former SPC Michael New, the only American soldier ever court-martialed for wanting to serve his own country exclusively.

Email: ddnew@danielnew.com

What’s the Difference?

Posted by on Apr 30, 2014 in Daniel New | Comments Off

What’s the Difference?

You asked me, “What’s the difference between the Republican Party and the Constitution Party?”  It’s a fair question.  After all, we’re both “conservative”, right? This is a semantics game.  One must first define “conservative”.  We believe in conserving the Constitution.  The GOP believes in conserving power. Here are a few things that the Constitution Party believes in which the Republicans obviously do not: Repeal the 16th Amendment.  Forget “Flat Tax” and “Fair Tax” schemes.  The Income Tax is a...

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27 Reasons the Republican Party Needs to Die

Posted by on Sep 28, 2013 in Daniel New | 2 comments

27 Reasons the Republican Party Needs to Die

There are 48 Republicans in the U.S. Senate.  They had the opportunity this week to stop a national train wreck, but instead, two of them abstained, and 25 of them voted to impose Marxism upon the American people in the form of Obamacare.  To their credit, 19 Republican senators voted “NO”.  That is to say that 41% of the Republicans voted for the Constitution. Mitch McConnell, Senate Minority Leader, gave us a glimpse of how he thinks when he said, “When you fund it, you own it.”  Translated, that means, “We’re fine with...

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Why Join Now?

Posted by on Sep 20, 2013 in Daniel New | Comments Off

Why Join Now?

Indeed, why should anyone join a political party with little influence in the state or the nation?  Why should I “throw away” my vote, much less my time and money? The answers are different for many people, but there are several that have been given by those who have already joined. “Because I have confidence in the candidates of this party, that they reflect my views most accurately.” “Because I want to protest against the two major (socialist) parties.  One is openly socialist, the other is deceptively so, by...

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Memorial Day 2013

Posted by on May 27, 2013 in Daniel New | Comments Off

Memorial Day 2013

he·ro - [heer-oh] (n) plural he·roes; A person who risks their life limb or career for a cause greater than themselves. One does not have to die in order to be a hero. It’s a statistical risk, not a certainty, that you will die, if you charge that machine gun or dash into danger to save others. But you make a conscious decision to do it (one you might not make if you had more time to think about it. Doesn’t matter, you’re still a hero.) One does not become a hero just because they put on a uniform. While a certain risk is involved in...

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GOP Denounces Christians and Jews

Posted by on Apr 2, 2013 in Daniel New, Featured | 2 comments

GOP Denounces Christians and Jews

In an interview with USA Today on March 25, GOP Chairman Reince Priebus makes some statements which, if read by every Republican in Texas, would quite possibly mean the death of the party, at least in Texas.  See it here. Priebus admits that his own party’s platform is firmly against homosexual marriage, “And I agree with that platform, BUT… ,” then goes on to say, “"I don’t believe we need to act like Old Testament heretics," saying Republicans "have to strike a balance between principle...

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Newtown, Conn: The Failure of Gun Control

Posted by on Dec 18, 2012 in Daniel New | 1 comment

Newtown, Conn:  The Failure of Gun Control

The nation was almost catatonic in reaction to the mass murder of 27 people at Sandy Hook Elementary, Newtown, Connecticut.  The first reaction now wearing off, we are hearing calls from all quarters for “meaningful action” (Obama), and for “Immediate action” (Bloomberg). The nation is unaware of a potential mass murder in Clackamas, Oregon, at the Town Center Mall, where a gunman killed two people, was confronted by an armed civilian with a pistol, and promptly turned the rifle on himself and committed suicide. In the meantime, no...

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Four Spiritual Laws of the 21st Century Model American

Posted by on Nov 16, 2012 in Daniel New | 1 comment

Four Spiritual Laws of the 21st Century Model American

You must understand that the National Government loves you, and has a wonderful plan for your life, taking care of you from cradle to grave. However, you have sinned, and fallen short of the glory of the American Way.  You have selfishly worked for yourself, to make you own family more comfortable than those dependent on the Government.  You have probably cheated on your taxes in the process.  You have tried to pay off your debts and stop supporting the bankers who depend on your interest payments.  You have selfishly taken care of your...

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Thank You, Denny’s And Dan Cathy

Posted by on Aug 6, 2012 in Daniel New | Comments Off

Thank You, Denny’s And Dan Cathy

While most big-box chain stores and restaurants love to pander to leftist causes, two national restaurant chains recently dived into the public fray on the side of political incorrectness. Denny’s restaurant made a commercial extolling the right to keep and bear arms as part of America’s greatness, and the Chick-fil-A president made a statement that his company supports “the biblical definition of the family unit.” Predictably, the left has gone ballistic–especially in their paranoid reaction to Chick-fil-A president Dan Cathy’s...

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Memorial Day 2012

Posted by on May 28, 2012 in Daniel New | Comments Off

Memorial Day 2012

Memorial Day, of necessity, looks backward in time to remember with gratitude those who died in uniform, in order that we might be free.  It is appropriate that we remember, but it is obligatory that we pass freedom on to those who come after us.  To fail to do so is to (a) dishonor those who paid such a heavy price, and is to (b) fail those who follow — our posterity. While more has been done by civilians than by the military to achieve freedom, it would have been impossible without the force of arms that carried out the resistance to...

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Dismantle our Schools and Start Over

Posted by on May 21, 2012 in Daniel New | Comments Off

Dismantle our Schools and Start Over

In a recent exchange with a candidate for re-election to the State Board of Education in Texas, I made a suggestion that it might be possible to salvage the current system which is mislabeled as a “public education system”, but that to do so would require several radical steps.  (Frankly, I believe it to be a system that is beyond repair, needing to be totally dismantled and tossed into the dustbin of history, but hope springs eternal, and one likes to be polite in approaching candidates who think the office for which they are...

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