Daniel New is a Christian without apology, and a fifth generation Texan without apology. Until recent years, he was an American without apology, but our so-called "leaders" have become a world-wide embarrassment to any decent American traveling abroad.

Daniel writes and lectures extensively on a wide variety of topics. He and his wife, Suzanne, have homeschooled their seven children (a medium-sized family) while living in Texas, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand and The Philippines. He is an ornamental horticulturist by training, an amateur linguist, an avid gardener and poultryman by avocation, a patent-holding inventor, and an avid student of the "Literature of Freedom".

A Primer on Warfare & Occupation
For Public Schools (and Presidents)

On Letting Go of a Tar-Baby
An exit strategy from Iraq

"There is nothing more useful than a war to increase the power of the State at home, in the name of security. If there is no imminent threat to the security of the State, it is prudent for the successful tyrant to create an enemy or an emergency. If he does not, and attempts to implement the same measures, the People will rise up and overthrow him, one way or another."
-- (c) 4/2003, Daniel New (who has read Sun Tzu, Machiavelli, Lincoln, Orwell, Hitler and Mao Tse-Dung.)