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Their Plans with Your Money: Military, Welfare, Roads, Abortions
The May 21, 2018 Issue of The New American Now Available
Appleton, Wis. – May 17, 2018- The 2,232-page, $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill is just the latest example of the lack of fiscal restraint shown by both parties. Despite President Trump claiming he would never sign a similar bill, his decision to sign this massive bill continues the mentality of ever increasing spending in Washington. Charles Scaliger discusses this continuing issue along with where this exorbitant amount of money is being spent.
Scaliger explains that uprooting the deep seeded Washington system will take time, but the best way to accomplish that task is to work at the grassroots level and elect representatives that will uphold the Constitution.
Other articles in the issue are the following:
- Trump and Torture by C. Mitchell Shaw – Trump and his CIA pick, Gina Haspel, believe torture is a useful way to gain intel, but is it useful or moral?
- Bombshells & Black Holes by William F. Jasper – The House Intel Committee released their report on Russian collusion, which says no Trump-Russia collusion, but there is plenty of anti-Trump collusion
- Ending Abortion From the Inside Out by Michael Tennant – The pro-life movement is taking a new approach to ending abortion by convincing abortion workers to choose new paths
- History Lost History by Steve Byas – book review of “Written Out of History”
- Karl Marx – The Father of Communism? by Steve Byas – Though Karl Marx is credited with devising communism, the ideology was taught to him by wealthy intellectuals
The New American magazine is published twice a month in print and daily online. The editorial point of view is guided by support of the U.S. Constitution and the principles upon which the Constitution is based. Specifically, The New American wants to restore and retain the values and vision that the founders put in the Constitution — limited government under the Constitution, the freedoms the Constitution protects, and the personal responsibility a free people must exercise to stay free.