Gas—5 Bucks a Gallon?

January 27, 2012 AFP 0

• Wall Street set to profit at your expense from rising tensions in Mideast By Pete Papaherakles Could prices at the gas pump reach $5 a gallon by Memorial Day? Experts on oil believe that […]

Evidence Says Feds Involved in Bomb Plot

January 27, 2012 AFP 0

By Victor Thorn In a series of interviews with top OKC researchers, AMERICAN FREE PRESS asked if they thought there was direct government involvement in the April 19, 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah […]

Will U.S. Ignite Near East Powderkeg?

January 27, 2012 AFP 0

By Richard Walker Russia’s recent warning to Washington and Tel Aviv that an attack on Iran could impact nations bordering Russia shows the “Russian Bear” is stirring and may not sit idly by. The warning […]

Georgia Homeowners Battle Mega-Banksters

January 27, 2012 AFP 0

By Keith Johnson Despite being one of the largest recipients of taxpayer bailouts, lending giant Bank of America (BofA) has not only failed to help beleaguered homeowners, but has thwarted attempts by these disfranchised Americans […]

Mitt Romney: Chameleon in a Three-Piece Suit

January 27, 2012 AFP 0

By Pat Shannan Amidst the media muckraking, Mitt Romney still seems to be “anointed” by the hidden powers, the South Carolina surge by Newt Gingrich notwithstanding, causing many to examine the constant flip-flopping of the […]

Israel Went Too Far

January 21, 2012 AFP 0

• American officials irked at brazen Zionist assassinations • Mini-state’s false flag terrorism puts Americans in danger By Ralph Forbes—AFP Southern Bureau Over the weekend of Jan. 14-15, the White House announced it was abruptly […]

Fired Just for Being American

January 21, 2012 AFP 1

• Lawyer says visa loophole being used to hire foreigners for cheap, pink-slip U.S. workers By Victor Thorn On April 22, 2011 attorney James Otto filed a pioneering lawsuit against Long Beach, California’s Molina Healthcare, […]

Orthodox Rabbis Rack Up Megillah of Charges

January 21, 2012 AFP 0

• Organ harvesting, pedophilia, money laundering: What’s next for Jewish holy men? By Dave Gahary Deal, N.J. – A drive through this picturesque central New Jersey “shore” town (pop. 750) leaves many with a puzzling […]

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