The New American channel on Brighteon.com features top liberty-minded hosts and content
By JD Heyes
For decades, The New American, a pro-liberty, pro-free markets, pro-Constitution magazine has been providing outstanding coverage of the day’s top political, social and cultural issues from an America-first standpoint, long before that phrase became a winning campaign slogan for Donald Trump.
And for more than a year, the outlet has been posting similarly informative, highly entertaining video reports, interviews and other content on the world’s preeminent free speech video-hosting platform, Brighteon.com, and is definitely worth checking out if you’re tired of the same old tired pabulum from other content creators.
Here are just a few examples of some of the most recent content posted on site:
— In a video posted Jan. 13, senior editor Alex Newman interviewed Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) who, like former President Donald Trump, has come under withering assault by Democrats and Republicans.
“The Republican establishment teamed up with Democrats, the far-left media, and the globalist movement to destroy U.S. Congressman Steve King (R-Iowa) for his effective opposition to globalism and his defense of American sovereignty, unborn babies, and Western civilization,” among other things, according to a summary of the video. “Now, though, it is clear there is in fact a swamp of multinational corporations allied with politicians working to create a global corporate system–and many Republicans leaders are fully onboard.”
— The New American radio host Ben Armstrong interviewed vaccine freedom champion Robert F. Kennedy this week as well, in which they discussed: “Vaccine passports change your freedom to a privilege. Freedom is no longer a right, it must be earned, by obeying tyrants.”
— Host Daniel Natal recently noted in a video post that Sen. Ted Cruz was taken to task by Fox News host Tucker Carlson after the Texas Republican appeared to refer to Americans exercising their First Amendment rights on Jan. 6, 2020, as “domestic terrorists.”
Cruz “referred to the Constitutional right to petition the government for grievances as “a terrorist act” and framed American citizens as dangerous subversives. He was taken to task by Tucker Carlson. But what were the mechanisms behind Cruz’s actions?”
— Another Alex Newman show features “super lawyer” Brad Dacus of the Pacific Justice Institute, a legal organization with a nationwide network of public-interest attorneys who take on First Amendment cases as they pertain to religious freedom and liberty.
Dacus made a recent appearance with Newman to talk about his organization’s “successful efforts–including at the U.S. Supreme Court–to protect Christians, churches, and others against anti-freedom COVID policies by government at all levels.”
“Dacus’ team won a string of key victories by litigating strategically, including by showing the Supreme Court that churches were facing worse treatment than abortion clinics and marijuana stores,” a summary of the show said, adding that the PJI is now focusing on battling the Biden regime’s COVID vaccine mandate.
— Heather Hobbs debuted a show called “Unsilenced” this month, and the inaugural episode focused on why she is vehemently pro-life.
“Like many women in America, I grew up pro-choice, believing it was ‘my body, my choice.’ It wasn’t until I became pregnant from rape at 19 that things began to change for me. In three of my four pregnancies, doctors told me to abort. They told me I would only ever see my rapist’s face when I looked at my daughter,” she notes in a show summary.
“They told me that keeping my son meant certain death for me due to medical complications. In my third pregnancy, doctors told me to abort because my son had a ‘0%’ chance to make it out outside the womb.”
Check out The New American channel on Brighteon.com.