About NRDP

Photo by Nathan Forget. Paul Revere Statue in Boston, Ma.

Photo by Nathan Forget. Paul Revere Statue in Boston, Ma.

The New Revere Daily Press is designed to be an all-encompassing, no-holds-barred media platform that delivers news conservatives, libertarians, Republicans, and anyone else who supports the pro-liberty movement (yes, even you liberty loving Democrats hiding from the rest of your party) will love.

Many of the stories we post are linked to other news sites, and we’re not ashamed to admit it. If our competitors are publishing quality news and information, then we want you to find out about it here as well as on their sites.

The NRDP is not about fame and fortune; it’s about freeing people from tyranny, and we’ll do whatever we can to help promote that cause.

We know we are the “new kid on the block,” and we’re glad we are, because it allows us to learn from the mistakes of others and to provide you with the best possible news experience. In the coming weeks and months and years, you’ll grow to love us.

If you’re interested in writing for the New Revere Daily Press, send us an e-mail at jinc1910@gmail.com.

The editor-in-chief of the New Revere Daily Press is Justin Haskins, who founded the site along with a talented group of liberty-loving individuals early in 2015.

Since 2012, Justin has been published over 200 times in major digital and print publications, including the New York Post, U.S. News and World Report, Breitbart, The Daily Caller, the American Thinker, Human Events, Reason.com, the Providence Journal, Yahoo! Sports, Yahoo! News, Yahoo! Canada, and Red Alert Politics, among many others. His writing has also been featured by The Rush Limbaugh Show, the American Conservative Union, Real Clear Politics, and Fox News’ Fox Nation.

Haskins is also the former field director for the Rhode Island Republican Party. He spends his days with his wife, Dr. Jacquelyn, and his dog Roxy.

Background Photos on Homepage:

Boston Glass Building. Photo by Stefano Montagner.

Washington, DC building in black and white. Photo by Rob Shenk.

A Street in Boston. Photo by City of Boston Archives.


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