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Iran Behind the Veil
by William F. Jasper

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is being falsely cast as conciliatory and cooperative by U.S. elites, which will likely lead to a disasterous appeasement strategy.


Iran's Global Terror Network (Excerpt)
by William F. Jasper

From Iraq to Afghanistan to South America to the United States, Iran's global terror network is rapidly expanding.


Terrorist Team-Up (Excerpt)
by Dennis Behreandt

Iran is the new locus of the clash between East and West. But with its ties to Venezuela, the Middle Eastern power is extending its dangerous influence to the Western Hemisphere.


Iran and "the Bomb" (Excerpt)
by Ed Hiserodt

While Iran does appear to have the uranium-enrichment capability needed to make an atomic bomb, that is not the same as having a bomb and being able to deliver it.


Behind the Koranic Curtain (Excerpt)
by Michael E. Telzrow

A look at life under the rigid theocracy ruling Iran's Islamic Republic, where nonconformity to Shari'a law is punishable by imprisonment, beating, amputation, and even death.


Civilizations in Conflict (Excerpt)
by William Norman Grigg

Tension and turmoil between the West and the Muslim world have always existed, but is a catastrophic global conflict inevitable?


Mint Candies, Radiation, and Illness
by Kurt Williamsen

Countries around the world are looking to use small amounts of radiation to prevent disease.


When Iran Conquered the World (Excerpt)
by Dennis Behreandt

Long ago a family from the Zagros mountains of Iran conquered the known world and established the Persian Empire.


Debunking Bush's Reason for War (Excerpt)
by John F. McManus

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Iran Behind the Veil
The New American - October 16, 2006

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is being falsely cast as conciliatory and cooperative by U.S. elites, which will likely lead to a disastrous appeasement strategy.

Iran's Global Terror Network
The New American - October 16, 2006

From Iraq to Afghanistan to South America to the United States, Iran's global terror network is rapidly expanding.

Terrorist Team-Up
The New American - October 16, 2006

Iran is the new locus of the clash between East and West. But with its ties to Venezuela, the Middle Eastern power is extending its dangerous influence to the Western Hemisphere.

Iran and "the Bomb"
The New American - October 16, 2006

While Iran does appear to have the uranium-enrichment capability needed to make an atomic bomb, that is not the same as having a bomb and being able to deliver it.

Behind the Koranic Curtain
The New American - October 16, 2006

A look at life under the rigid theocracy ruling Iran's Islamic Republic, where nonconformity to Shari'a law is punishable by imprisonment, beating, amputation, and even death.

Civilizations in Conflict
The New American - October 16, 2006

Tension and turmoil between the West and the Muslim world have always existed, but is a catastrophic global conflict inevitable?

When Iran Conquered the World
The New American - October 16, 2006

Long ago a family from the Zagros mountains of Iran conquered the known world and established the Persian Empire.

Debunking Bush's Reason for War
The New American - October 16, 2006

Lost in all the discussion about the lies and falsehoods used to justify this tragic war is the little-known determination of top Bush administration officials to attack Iraq before the 9/11 tragedy.

Creating the North American Union
The New American - October 2, 2006

The plans for a North American Security and Prosperity Partnership are steps on the way to a North American Union. (Tell your representative and senators "NO North American Union!")

Secret North American Security Meeting Held in Banff, Canada
CBC News - September 21, 2006

Excerpt: A North American security meeting was secretly held in Banff last week, attracting high-profile officials from the United States, Mexico and Canada.

Report on Secret Banff Meeting Regarding North American Integration
wnd.com - September 21, 2006

Excerpt: A closed-door meeting of high-level government and business leaders that discussed the merger of North America was designed to subvert the democratic process, charged an attendee of the confab in Banff, Canada. Mel Hurtig, a noted Canadian author and publisher who was the elected leader of the National Party of Canada, provided WND the agenda and attendee list of the North American Forum at the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel in Banff, Alberta, Sept. 12-14.

Why the Americas Matter
U.S. State Department - September 20, 2006

Thomas Shannon, Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, attended the recent Banff, Canada meeting on North American Integration. Excerpt from Shannon's remarks in Ottawa, Canada on September 14, 2006: I also had a chance to go out to Banff, where yesterday and today actually, Canada, the United States and Mexico held the second session of the North American Forum.

For those of you who aren't familiar with the North American Forum, it sprang up as a parallel structure to the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America.  It was originally an effort to bring opinion-makers, private-sector leaders, university professors and presidents, and leaders of NGOs [non-governmental organizations] together with government officials from the three countries of North America to begin to talk about North American security and to begin to see if there was some way that together, the governments working with the private sector and universities and NGOs could begin to create a vision for North America and an understanding of what North America is as an entity....



Myth vs. Fact (Excerpt)
The New American - October 2, 2006

In their myth-busting attempts, the architects of the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) use half-truths and lies to conceal the real intent inherent in their plans: building a North American Union.

Your New North American ID Card (Excerpt)
The New American - October 2, 2006

One element of the merger of the United States, Canada, and Mexico is an effort to create a common "North American" ID card.

GOP Deeds Under a Microscope (Excerpt)
The New American - October 2, 2006

By failing to oppose the dangerous policies of the Bush administration, much of the GOP leadership has proven that their talk about border security is nothing but rhetoric.


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October 2, 2006
The New American - October 2, 2006

Creating the North American Union
by Dennis Behreandt
The plans for a North American Security and Prosperity Partnership are steps on the way to a North American Union.


Myth vs. Fact (Excerpt)
by Dennis Behreandt

In their myth-busting attempts, the architects of the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) use half-truths and lies to conceal the real intent inherent in their plans: building a North American Union.


Your New North American ID Card (Excerpt)
by Steven Yates
One element of the merger of the United States, Canada, and Mexico is an effort to create a common "North American" ID card.

GOP Deeds Under a Microscope (Excerpt)
by Warren Mass

By failing to oppose the dangerous policies of the Bush administration, much of the GOP leadership has proven that their talk about border security is nothing but rhetoric.


"SuperSlab" Paves the Way (Excerpt)
by Kelly Taylor

The NAFTA Super Highway, nicknamed "SuperSlab" by some, is a planned system of roads, rail lines, and more that will speed up the unification of North America.


NAFTA Super Highway Map
This map is a conceptualization of the Super Highways now underway to connect the United States, Canada, and Mexico to help bring about the creation of a North American Union similar to the European Union.

Green Light From the Border to K.C. (Excerpt)
by Joyce Mucci

As part of the NAFTA Super Highway system, a Mexican customs inspection facility is planned to be constructed on U.S. soil in Kansas City, Missouri, far away from the border.


Following the EU Path (Excerpt)
by William F. Jasper

The designers of the Security and Prosperity Partnership plan to transform North America into a regional government modeled after the European Union.


Looking at the End Game (Excerpt)
by William Norman Grigg

The proposed North American Union is a major building bloc in a plan to merge the entire world into a UN-supervised, centrally planned economy.


China: Manufacturer for the World? (Excerpt)
by John F. McManus

With vast amounts of slave labor to employ and the help of Western corporate leaders to build manufacturing plants, China is fast becoming the manufacturer for the world.

Fighting the Good Fight
by Sam Antonio
In Fighting Immigration Anarchy, author Daniel Sheehy recounts the stories of everyday American patriots who are battling to save our nation.

 

September 18, 2006
The New American - September 18, 2006

Global Warming, Too Hot or Not?
by 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.


The Sun and Global Warming (Excerpt)
by Dennis Behreandt

Can it be just a coincidence that the Earth's climate appears to be warming as the Sun is getting more active? Clearly there is more to global warming than greenhouse gases.


Are the Terrorists Winning? (Excerpt)
by William Norman Grigg

The purpose of terrorism is to intimidate targeted populations into surrendering their freedoms. How far advanced is this process in the United States?


Betrayed in the Line of Duty
by 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.


What Did or Didn't Happen at Duke (Excerpt)
by R. Cort Kirkwood

A look at the case of an alleged rape at Duke University reveals the bias of the major media and the need for moral order to once again be upheld on college campuses.


Hot Air (Excerpt)
by Dennis Behreandt

An Inconvenient Truth, Al Gore's new global-warming documentary, is intriguing, but fails to convince in the end.

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October 8, 2001

Abolishing Our Borders

Amnesty for illegal Mexican immigrants is only part of larger drive to erase the U.S.-Mexican border and to create a regional power bloc in this hemisphere - la the European Union.

 

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