How We’re Losing the Culture War

By Patrick J. Buchanan — The Republican rout in the Battle of Indianapolis provides us with a snapshot of the correlation of forces in the culture wars. Faced with a corporate-secularist firestorm, More »


Citizens March Against Monsanto

• Americans plan huge march against Monsanto even as Congress kowtows to hated corporate leviathan. By James Spounias — Republican Congressman from Kansas Mike Pompeo is at it again. Pompeo and G.K. Butterfield More »


How the West Is Killing Christianity

•Western leaders abandon Christians to die in Africa, Mideast. By Richard Walker — Foreign wars and conflicts launched and promoted by the United States and its allies since 2003 have led directly More »


AUDIO: The Real Hillary Clinton

AFP AUDIO INTERVIEW How much do you know about the woman who will most likely be the next American president? If you haven’t read Victor Thorn’s “Hillary Trilogy,” odds are you don’t More »


AUDIO INTERVIEW: Wind Lobby Gets Whipped by Workadays

AFP AUDIO INTERVIEW A dedicated group of citizen volunteers on the Eastern Shore of Maryland have taken on an arm of the powerful wind lobby and sent them packing back to the More »


Historical Book on Israel Censored in U.S.

• AHA refuses to run ad for tome on “special relationship” between United States, Israel. By Ronald L. Ray — Most people think of historians as quiet bookworms, squirreled away in corners More »


Religious Freedom Chained: The Homosexual Lobby’s Aggressive Agenda

• Plutocrats, perverts pursue overthrow of constitutional protections. By Ronald L. Ray — Indiana is the latest battleground in the culture wars against traditional morality and fundamental American freedoms. The assault is More »


Islamic Terror Sleeper Cells Poised for Attacks

By Richard Walker — Loose immigration policies across Europe have allowed radical, violent Muslim groups to position sleeper cells around Europe that are ready to carry out attacks at a moment’s notice. More »




Fast Food

Medical Establishment Backtracks

• Medicrats concede: Saturated fat does not lead to heart disease. By James Spounias — In a stunning reversal of decades of dogma, the United States Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) issued More »

U.S. Sniper a Hero?


• Truth ignored in movie about American sharpshooter. By Bill White — Christopher Scott “Chris” Kyle, the subject of the flag-waving fluff film, American Sniper, was hardly a role model. An invader, he looted, murdered and pillaged during the American invasion of Iraq like a savage of old.

Scottish Independence Vote Stolen


• International observers, independent researchers say vote was a “sham and a scam.” By John Tiffany — On September 18, 2014, Scotland’s voters went to the polls to vote on the question: Should Scotland be independent as it was prior to 1603? In some areas 90% of the

Why All the Autism?


• Research scientist: You can expect to see one in two children afflicted by 2025. By Victor Thorn — Is the world facing an explosion in the number of children with autism? A respected researcher believes it is already happening. During a controversial conference late last year in

World War 3 Averted

Iran's Nuclear Negotiators Arrive Home

• U.S., Iran, UK, France, Russia, China, Germany agree. By John Friend — Despite the hysterical, irrational protestations of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his sycophants embedded throughout all levels of the American political and media establishment, Iran finally came to a respectable preliminary agreement over its

Pentagon Wastes Billions on Missile Defense, Emerges Unscathed


A Los Angeles Times investigation found that “the Missile Defense Agency, an arm of the Pentagon charged with protecting U.S. troops and ships and the American homeland, in trying to fashion a shield against a sneak missile attack, military planners gambled on costly projects that flopped, leaving a

Non-English Speaking Puerto Ricans Get Social Security Disability


The Washington Post is reporting that, “Hundreds of Puerto Rico’s residents qualified for federal disability benefits in recent years because they lacked fluency in English, according to government auditors.”  What kind of a joke is this?   Read more: Puerto Ricans who can’t speak English qualify as disabled

Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan Refugees Set to Flood Europe


“Europe’s asylum system is set for a major test this year, as a record number of refugees are expected to attempt the dangerous trip to safety from Europe’s war-torn neighbors. Yet the bloc has made little progress in fixing long-simmering problems that critics say have made a mess

Several States Attack Social Welfare


While the idea that the poor are abusing the welfare safety net provided by the overstretched taxpayers via elected and non-elected politicos, is this portrayal accurate?   Read more: States Take Aim at Social Welfare Programs

Will Bob Corker Save the GOP?


By Patrick J. Buchanan — “Pat, sometimes it seems like our friends want me to go over the cliff with flags flying,” President Reagan once told me. Today, it is “Bibi” Netanyahu and the neocons howling “kill the deal” and “bomb Iran” who are shoving the Republican Party

AFP INTERVIEWS: Ukrainians Speak #4


AMERICAN FREE PRESS’s own Olga Belinskaya, a native of Donetsk in Eastern Ukraine, conducted a series of raw, unedited interviews with ordinary, peaceful people from Ukraine’s war zone, who told Olga what life was really like in the war-torn country. Over the course of this year, Olga will

AFP INTERVIEW: Multiple Shooters Alleged in Aurora Theater Massacre


• Engineer says other facts don’t add up in case against “lone nut” By Victor Thorn — On April 27, opening arguments will commence in the trial of the man accused of shooting up an Aurora, Colorado movie theater on July 12, 2012 in which 12 moviegoers were

Saying ‘No’ to Big Bro’


• State senator, parents, families uniting to end microchipping of all Texas students. By Mark Anderson — A Texas state senator is standing up for personal freedom and privacy rights by introducing legislation that would ban schools from forcing radio-frequency identification (RFID) chips on students for the purpose

Brother of 9-11 Victim Sues BBC


By Victor Thorn — For over a decade, 9-11 truth researchers have demonstrated that the September 11, 2001 terror attacks unfolded as a false-flag event coordinated by sinister elements inside the Bush administration along with Israel’s Mossad, foreign intelligence services and the corporate media. Now, the brother of

Ph.D. Engineer: Evidence Shows Directed Energy ‘Dustified’ WTC


By Mark Anderson — BRENHAM, Texas—Blinn College near Houston welcomed Dr. Judy Wood March 15 to expound upon the 9-11 findings in her detailed book, Where Did the Towers Go? Based on the evidence, Dr. Wood, whose observations have made considerable ripples in 9-11 research circles,maintains that the

No Time Like Present for 1799 Act


By the Staff at AFP — Almost half the now-GOP-led Senate sent a letter to Iran’s leaders, trying to undo the Obama administration’s touchy negotiations on Iran’s nuclear program. The grand irony is that the leading senator in that effort, newly-elected Thomas Bryant “Tom” Cotton, an Arkansas warmonger,