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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

DONALD TRUMP IS STIRRING UP THE POT

Posted by on Aug 27, 2015 in Daniel New, Featured | 0 comments

DONALD TRUMP IS STIRRING UP THE POT

Yes, Donald Trump causes me to be as happy as I can stir myself to be over a corrupt and venal political party that needs to die.  But once again, we need to remind ourselves that the race for president is a rigged game.  So an outsider (if any billionaire friend of the Clintons might be called that) comes in to raid the cookie jar, and he will discover quickly that the Establishment of both parties will march in lock-step to prevent his attaining the office.  And should he win (I will bet a large sum that he will not),...

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A Party Designed for the Tea Party

Posted by on Jul 14, 2015 in Daniel New | Comments Off on A Party Designed for the Tea Party

A Party Designed for the Tea Party

Thousands of patriots are concerned about the loss of their constitutional rights.  They populate the Tea Party Rallies with religious fervor.  Many of them call for the formation of a third party that reflects their views.  Amazingly, just such a party already exists.  It’s called the Constitution Party.  It was conceived by the amazing Howard Phillips, now of late, who himself ran for president in 1992 and again in 1996 as a way of creating the infrastructure and beginning the national organization so essential to a third...

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Donald Trump

Posted by on Jul 11, 2015 in Daniel New | Comments Off on Donald Trump

Donald Trump

The current popularity of Donald Trump is amusing to pundits who don’t care one way or the other about the neocons who run the GOP. Trump brings energy to the race, and controversy. He says what people want to hear. By definition, Trump is a Populist. Don’t think for a moment that Donald Trump is a conservative, or even better, a constitutionalist. He is not. His stance on immigration has not yet touched on the subject of welfare – and yet welfare is the number one reason that illegal aliens come to America, not...

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INDEPENDENCE DAY – 2015

Posted by on Jul 4, 2015 in Daniel New | Comments Off on INDEPENDENCE DAY – 2015

INDEPENDENCE DAY – 2015

Do you remember the number one, fundamental truth that makes the Declaration of Independence unique in the history of government?  It is this: It is the right of the People “to alter or to abolish” bad government, and to institute in its place better government. In England in 1215, exactly 800 years ago, the legitimate Lords of the Realm did just that.  They forced King John to get the point, (or to receive the points of a multitude of swords), recognizing that he, as their Sovereign, had duties to them which could not be ignored,...

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Memorial Day 2015

Posted by on May 25, 2015 in Daniel New | Comments Off on Memorial Day 2015

Memorial Day 2015

Fact:  America worships its military.  It has all the trappings of a religion.  Just as the Romans worshipped Mars, he remains one of our favorite gods today. Fact:  There are soldiers and there are warriors.  They are not the same thing.  Even when they wear the same uniforms, the difference is in their heads. Fact:  Not everyone who wears the uniform is a hero.  Calling them heroes cheapens the meaning of the word, and diminishes those who really have done heroic deeds. Fact:  Soldiers (and warriors) are tools.  They exist for one...

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Twenty Years since Michael New’s Historic Stand

Posted by on Mar 6, 2015 in Daniel New | Comments Off on Twenty Years since Michael New’s Historic Stand

Twenty Years since Michael New’s Historic Stand

Twenty years ago this year, a young soldier in the US Army, stationed in Germany, was given an unlawful order to wear an unauthorized United Nations uniform, to report to duty to a foreign military officer, and to deploy to Macedonia on a "peacekeeping mission" where he stood a good chance of having to fight, bleed or die for the United Nations.  He respectfully declined the "honor", stating to his officers that he did not take an oath to the United Nations, that he was a soldier in the U.S. Army, and that he...

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Constitution Day – 2 February 2015

Posted by on Feb 2, 2015 in Daniel New | Comments Off on Constitution Day – 2 February 2015

Constitution Day – 2 February 2015

When I ran for Congress, some decades ago, I overheard one of the other candidates grousing about “Constitution thumpers”.  I had never heard the term, but I knew who he was talking about.  Here we were, six candidates running for an office that is established by the Constitution by a document which specifically says, “this document shall be the Supreme Law of the Land,” and the winner of race would soon be going to Washington, D.C., where he would raise his right hand and swear an oath to “faithfully...

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What’s the Difference?

Posted by on Apr 30, 2014 in Daniel New | Comments Off on What’s the Difference?

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 on Why Join Now?

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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