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 U.S.-Russia Clash in Ukraine?
Patrick J. Buchanan  /  2.03.2015
Among Cold War presidents, from Truman to Bush I, there was an unwritten rule: Do not challenge Moscow in its Central and Eastern Europe sphere of influence….That Cold War caution and prudence may be at an end. For President Obama is being goaded by Congress….read more
Judge Napolitano Shooting Itself in the Foot
Judge Andrew Napolitano  /  1.29.2015
When the feds woke from their slumber on 9/11, they wisely began to search immigration records for persons who came here with no discernible purpose from places known to spawn terrorist groups and who had overstayed their visas. Al-Marri was one such person….read more
 Ron Paul The Failed ‘Yemen Model’
Ron Paul / 2.01.2015
Last September…Obama cited his drone program in Yemen as a successful model of US anti-terrorism strategy….But just a week ago, the government in Yemen fell to a Shiite militia movement….If Yemen is any kind of model, it is a model of how badly US interventionism has failed….read more
Tom Tancredo GOP and Tea Party Headed for Divorce
Tom Tancredo  /  1.30.2015
If conservatives and libertarians aren’t welcomed in the Republican Party, if they are….slandered as “extremists,” they will find a new home. When that happens, the Republican Party will go the way of the 19th century Whigs. This battle is coming to a head and will be decided in 2016….read more
Greg Hunter Gold Is Gone, Total Chaos Coming
Greg Hunter / 2.03.2015
Financial writer Bill Holter says there is better than 60% to 70% chance that another financial calamity will hit in 2015, and it could start from anywhere in the world. Holter contends, “It doesn’t really matter where it starts. It will probably be global within less than 48 hours….read more
 John Whitehead Reality TV Is Teaching Us to Accept the Police State
John W. Whitehead / 2.03.2015
Studies suggest that those who watch reality shows tend to view what they see as the “norm.” Thus, those who watch shows characterized by lying, aggression and meanness not only come to see such behavior as acceptable but find it entertaining. It’s a phenomenon called “humilitainment”….read more
John Stossel Politicians or Parasites: Which Is Worse?
John Stossel  /  2.04.2015
Politicians and lawyers pretend that they are important people doing important work. But often they’re important because they are parasites. They feed off others, while creating no wealth of their own….people who take instead of producing things make up “the parasite economy”….read more
Paul Greenberg Lost Words, Lost Worlds
Paul Greenberg / 2.02.2014
The…fading-away of clear definition, like the world seen through blurry eyeglasses, can be spotted almost wherever you look in today’s political commentary. Equality, a fine old word, has almost completely lost its old meaning of equality before the law….read more
Peter Schiff The Bravado of Borrowers
Peter Schiff  /  2.03.2015
Last week a scene unfolded in Athens, largely unnoticed by American eyes, that provided all the visual and metaphorical symbols needed to define the current state of the global economy. Hollywood’s best screenwriters couldn’t have laid it out any better….read more
Walter E. Williams Tragic School Stories
Walter E. Williams  /  2.04.2015
There are several minimum requirements that must be met for [our children] to do well in school….None of these requirements can be satisfied by larger education budgets. They must be accomplished by families, or all else is for naught….read more
Victor Davis Hanson The Roots of Obama’s Appeasement
Victor Davis Hanson / 2.05.2015
The architect of appeasement…Neville Chamberlain, former prime minister of Great Britain – was predictably a narcissist. Chamberlain believed that his own powers of oratory, his insights into reason, and his undeniably superior morality would sway even a thug like Adolf Hitler….read more
Daniel J. Mitchell More Guns = Less Crime
Daniel J. Mitchell  /  2.01.2015
Pro-gun control cities have very high murder rates, whereas heavily armed, pro-gun places such as Plano, TX, have murder rates lower than some of the most tranquil places on the planet….Switzerland is one of the world’s most heavily armed nations, yet the murder rate is extremely low….read more
Cal Thomas Hyphenated-Nation
Cal Thomas / 2.05.2015
As if we aren’t already divided enough by race, class, gender, political party, economic status and sexual orientation, the federal government is reportedly thinking about creating a new category of Americans just in time for the next census [for] Americans of Arab descent….read more
Addison Wiggin Speculative Excesses and Wealth Preservation
Addison Wiggin / 1.30.2015
There are minor investment manias, and there are major ones. Over the nearly 300 years following the Mississippi mania, the setting for investment manias has repeatedly changed, but the love interest, the dialogue, and the dramatic tension have largely remained the same….read more