The New American

Congressman Massie on Court Packing Scheme

VIDEO - Representative Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) explains his common sense amendments to the “Nonpartisan Postmaster General Act” (H.R. 8109), sponsored by Representative Carolyn B. Maloney (D-N.Y.). Rep. Massie offered three amendments to: 1) Apply the Democrats’ proposal to limit the political activities to all postmasters across the U.S., not just the Postmaster General; 2) ensure the timely delivery of ballots by preventing postal workers from going on strike during an election; and 3) increase penalties for forging and tampering with a postmarks. Ironically, despite the bill’s name, every single Democrat on the House Oversight and Reform Committee rejected Massie’s amendments. In the second segment, Rep. Massie (R-Ky.) shares his thoughts about President Trump’s potential nominees to fill the vacancy following the passing of JA the U.S. Rep. Massie also offers his take on the Democrat’s suggestion to pack the Supreme Court with more judges, should they keep the House and regain both the Senate and Presidency in this upcoming election. When asked as to who he would nominate to the Supreme Court, Massie suggests either Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) or Judge Andrew Napolitano for their fidelity to the Constitution.

Experts: Trump Is Target of “Color Revolution”

President Donald Trump appears to be the target of a “Color Revolution”-style coup attempt by powerful actors within and outside of the U.S. government and even in the Armed Forces, according to experts in the field and a growing list of prominent analysts.

All the Chips Are on the Table Now

With the court’s ideological balance at stake, the battle from now to Nov. 3 is thus for all the marbles: control of the House, the Senate, the presidency and the U.S. Supreme Court.

MacArthur Makes a New Japan

After Japan capitulated in WWII, Douglas MacArthur, drawing on years of experience in the Orient, guided the country to peace and progress.