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 Let Congress Vote on Iraq War III
Patrick J. Buchanan  /  8.15.2014
Iraq War III holds the promise of becoming another Middle East debacle, and perhaps the worst yet. America would be entering this war utterly divided. We are not even agreed on who the enemies are….How could we win such a war without the U.S. ground troops Obama pledged never to send?….read more
Judge Napolitano Spying, Lying and Torture
Judge Andrew Napolitano  /  8.07.2014
The recent admission by CIA Director John Brennan that his agents and his lawyers have been spying on the senators whose job it is to monitor the agency should come as no surprise. The agency’s job is to steal and keep secrets, and implicit in those tasks, Brennan would no doubt argue, is lying….read more
 Ron Paul US Sanctions on Russia May Sink the Dollar
Ron Paul / 8.10.2014
The US government’s decision to apply more sanctions on Russia is a grave mistake….While the effect of sanctions on the dollar may not be appreciated in the short term, in the long run these sanctions are just another step toward the dollar’s eventual demise as the world’s reserve currency….read more
Thomas Sowell Attacking Achievement
Thomas Sowell  /  8.12.2014
New York’s mayor, Bill de Blasio, like so many others who call themselves “progressive,” is gung-ho to solve social problems. In fact, he is currently on a crusade to solve an educational problem that doesn’t exist, even though there are plenty of other educational problems that definitely do exist….read more
Michelle Malkin The K Street President
Michelle Malkin  /  8.13.2014
Wonder of wonders: The Washington press corps woke up. Finally, mainstream journalists are onto Barack Obama’s game. Their breaking-news shocker? Turns out all that “hope and change” stuff was just hot air….the White House is infested with Beltway lobbyists….read more
 John Whitehead The Tyranny of the Nanny State
John W. Whitehead / 8.11.2014
Surveillance cameras, government listening in on your phone calls, reading your emails and text messages and monitoring your spending, mandatory health care, sugary soda bans, anti-bullying laws, zero tolerance policies, political correctness….this is the tyranny of the nanny state….read more
Walter E. Williams Immigration Not Just a Cultural Issue
Walter E. Williams  /  8.13.2014
Unfortunately, many people approach our recent southern border problem as a “humanitarian crisis” and hint that congressmen who want to make securing our border our No. 1 priority are, as President Barack Obama says, “mean.” Others ….run the risk of being dismissed as racists….read more
Phyllis Schlafly Common Core’s Growing Unpopularity
Phyllis Schlafly  /  8.13.2014
The highly acclaimed school standards called Common Core are becoming so unpopular that they may soon be politically untouchable. The critics are piling on from Glenn Beck to the Wall Street Journal, with senior academics and activist parents in between….read more
Tom Tancredo Call Obama’s Bluff on Impeachment
Tom Tancredo  /  8.08.2014
Sometimes the arrogance of the Obama White House offers a gift that is really a Trojan Horse. But sometimes, the Obama hubris presents us a piñata full of unexpected treats. Which is it this time….Obama is daring the nation to impeach him. Is this a Trojan Horse or a piñata?….read more
Cal Thomas Robin Williams: Comedy and Tragedy
Cal Thomas / 8.14.2014
Williams’ death made headlines and led TV newscasts. His comedic genius diverted us from stories about terrorism and other sadness in the world. That’s what comedy does. It makes us forget our troubles — national, international and personal — and for a moment, embrace happiness….read more
Chuck Baldwin Democrats Want Votes; Republicans Want Cheap Labor
Chuck Baldwin  /  7.24.2014
The invasion of illegal aliens across our southern border is no extemporaneous event. It is a cold, calculated, and cunning attempt to fundamentally change America. The Obama Administration has sent a loud and clear signal to our neighbors to the south that illegals are welcome….read more
Addison Wiggin The Day the US Refused to Pay Its Debts
Addison Wiggin / 8.11.2014
The year was 1944. For the first time in modern history, an international agreement was reached to govern monetary policy among nations. It was, significantly, a chance to create a stabilizing international currency and ensure monetary stability once and for all….read more
 Bill Bonner Fed Incompetence: Your Financial Bubble Indicator
Bill Bonner / 8.08.2014
You’d think…central bankers would take a step back and stand in awe [of the market]. Like astronomers looking at the heavens…. Instead [they] ignore the intricate mechanisms that balance supply and demand….they could care less what Mr. Market has to say; they only hear their own voices… more
R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr Hillary’s Neocon Moment
R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr. / 8.13.2014
The two leading families of the Party of the Poor and Down-and-Out are ending the summer in Martha’s Vineyard? Both the Obamas and the Clintons are renting spacious mansions…on that enchanted isle and playing golf and tennis, and… croquet, just like the Rockefellers or Vanderbilts….read more
Paul Greenberg The Buddha in the TV Room
Paul Greenberg / 8.14.2014
First principles? Not a sign of them. Small is beautiful? The simpler the better? A government of laws, not of men? Constancy of purpose in policies foreign and domestic? All of that is lost in the undergrowth. Like the Buddha in the TV room….read more