The National Independent Report
Why We Must Form a Second Political Party in America

afr_homeAmerica no longer has a two-party political system. We have only one party, the Demopublican Party, with a Democratic wing and a Republican wing – as Patrick Buchanan puts it “two wings of the same bird of prey.” This travesty must be corrected. To bring about a correction, AFR is forming the National Independent Party to launch a second-party opposition to the Demopublicans in the 2016 elections. A nationally prominent, free-market conservative such as Ted Cruz or Mike Lee will be recruited to do what Ross Perot did in 1992. Our platform will be radical reform for America’s tax, monetary, immigration, and foreign policy systems. To find out how this second American Revolution is going to take place, click below:


Patrick J. Buchanan War Hero or Deserter?
Patrick J. Buchanan  /  6.03.2014
America has sent a message to its enemies by trading five war criminals for Sergeant Bergdahl: The nation with a preponderance of the world’s hard power has a soft heart. And though America rejoiced with the parents of Sgt. Bergdahl this weekend, other troubling issues have begun to be raised….read more
Judge Napolitano No Place to Hide
Judge Andrew Napolitano  /  5.29.2014
With heart-pounding suspense, John le Carre-like intrigue and Jeffersonian fidelity to the principles of human freedom, Glenn Greenwald has just published “No Place to Hide.” The book, which reads like a thriller, is Greenwald’s story of… the public release of the…NSA documents….read more
 Ron Paul VA Scandal Just the Tip of the Iceberg
Ron Paul / 5.25.2014
[Obama’s] outrage over [veterans] abuse is selective. He ignores the most egregious abuse of the US armed forces: sending them off to fight, become maimed, and die in endless conflicts overseas that have no connection to US national security….read more
John Stossel Best-Selling Leftist Malarky
John Stossel  /  6.03.2014
Leftist economist Thomas Piketty… argues that investments grow faster than wages and so the rich get richer far faster than everyone else. He says we should impose a wealth tax and 80 percent taxes on rich people’s incomes. But Piketty’s numbers mislead….read more
Michelle Malkin How America Treats Illegal Aliens vs. Veterans
Michelle Malkin  /  5.23.2014
A government that fails to care for our men and women on the frontlines is guilty of malpractice. A government that puts the needs of illegal aliens above U.S. veterans for political gain should be prosecuted for criminal neglect bordering on treason….read more
Walter E. Williams White Privilege
Walter E. Williams  /  5.28.2014
The average parent has no idea of the devious indoctrination going on in classrooms in many public schools…I can’t imagine people being stupid enough to believe all that was said at the White Privilege Conference. There’s something else at work. I think it’s white guilt….read more
Paul Craig Roberts U.S. Has Plans for Preemptive Nuclear Attack
Paul Craig Roberts / 6.04.2014
Washington not only has war plans for launching a preemptive nuclear attack on Russia…but Washington has a cadre of people who advocate nuclear war. We have people running around Washington saying things such as ‘What’s the good of nuclear weapons if you can’t use them’….read more
Phyllis Schlafly The Racket of Guest Workers
Phyllis Schlafly  /  6.04.2014
Tom Donohue, U.S. Chamber of Commerce president, just hurled a challenge to Republicans. If they don’t pass amnesty for illegal aliens, they “shouldn’t bother to run a candidate in 2016”…Donohue tried to pass off his threat as a joke. But it isn’t funny….read more
Daniel J. Mitchell Be Thankful for Capitalism and Rich Entrepreneurs
Daniel J. Mitchell  /  6.04.2014
In previous columns, I’ve explained why a wealth tax is a very bad idea. And …also why leftists are wrong to pursue policies of coerced equality…the anti-wealth ideology animating the political elite is based on a fundamental misunderstanding of how large fortunes are generated….read more
Victor Davis Hanson Troubling Plight of the Modern University
Victor Davis Hanson / 6.05.2014
Employment rates for college graduates are dismal. Aggregate student debt is staggering. But…administrative salaries are soaring. The campus climate of tolerance has utterly disappeared. Only the hard sciences and graduate schools have salvaged American universities’ reputations….read more
Tom Tancredo Obama’s Giant New Welcome Mat at U.S. Border
Tom Tancredo  /  5.23.2014
The thinking…appears to be that when it comes to immigration enforcement, Republicans can’t criticize Obama’s unconstitutional edicts for fear of being called racists. I have news for those folks. You will be called a racist regardless ….because the race card is all the progressives have left….read more
Chuck Baldwin Christians Love of the Warfare State
Chuck Baldwin  /  5.29.2014
Ever since the George W. Bush administration, evangelical pastors and churches have been America’s loudest cheerleaders for virtually every act of war the U.S. has waged against foreign countries…evangelicals are the first to trumpet U.S. wars of aggression….read more
Cal Thomas D-Day is Dumb Day for Too Many
Cal Thomas / 6.05.2014
Given…how American education lags behind instruction in other countries…it should come as no surprise that on the 70th anniversary of D-Day, a lot of people are clueless about central elements of the Allied invasion of the European continent on June 6, 1944….read more
Addison Wiggin Prepare for the Death of the Petrodollar
Addison Wiggin / 6.04.2013
“The petrodollar system breaking down, where oil is no longer paid for in dollars internationally, essentially would be the death knell to the U.S. dollar as the reserve currency. It means…the U.S. Treasury market is set for an out-of-control interest rate spiral”….read more
Michael Tanner Accountability for Thee But Not For Me
Michael Tanner  /  5.28.2014
When it comes to business and the private sector, President Obama and top Democrats are all about accountability…But when it comes to the government itself, there is precious little accountability. This is not just a partisan problem… it is endemic to government….read more