Bow Hunters Feeding Starving Families

May 30, 2013 AFP 0

By Jenifer Dixon Every year, members of the grassroots hunting organization Back Yard Bow Pro (BYBP) donate thousands of pounds of venison to local charity groups to help alleviate hunger in two North Carolina counties. […]

Immigrants Will Overwhelm America

February 19, 2017 AFP Editor 6

Whether legal or illegal, the U.S. cannot handle millions more immigrants. When it comes to illegal aliens, every year, 500,000 illegal aliens violate America’s borders. If you multiply 33 years times 500,000 people, that adds […]

The U.S. Congress: GMO Sellouts

July 24, 2016 AFP 5

• Congress overrules state voters on food labeling. By James Spounias — AMERICAN FREE PRESS has extensively covered the movement to have genetically modified organisms (GMOs) labeled. In the past few years, a number of […]

Global Cities

July 13, 2016 AFP 1

• Water wars, transferring populations to urban areas, further industrialization of food production discussed at internationalists’ Global Cities Conference in Chicago. By Mark Anderson — CHICAGO, Ill.—Financial Times (FT), like The Economist and Bloomberg media, […]

‘Gender Issues’ Tied to Soy Consumption?

July 12, 2016 AFP 0

By James Spounias — Roman statesman Cicero is noted for the popularization of the Latin phrase “cui bono,” which means “to whose profit” also known commonly as “who benefits.” Cicero used cui bono to alert […]

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