America’s Unsustainable Empire

April 24, 2018 Staff 0

How long can America continue to expend our blood and treasure to sustain security commitments around the world? And how long should we keep trying to do so? Many would argue we should never have entered […]

Poison Gas Attack Is Fake News False Flag

April 24, 2018 Staff 0

In the front page story of AFP’s Issue 17 & 18, just mailed, John Friend looks into the continuing fake news surrounding Syria. He reports doctors and eyewitnesses say the alleged “poison gas attack” in […]

Why the Authoritarian Right Is Rising

April 20, 2018 Staff 0

Pat Buchanan asks a question on the minds of many watching election results around the world, especially those who fear the “rise of the right”:  “Why are autocrats rising and liberal democrats failing in Europe?” […]

Waco Massacre: Janet Reno’s Truth

April 19, 2018 Staff 0

On this 25th anniversary of the massacre at the Branch Davidian Church near Waco, Texas, AFP concludes its series of articles looking back on that terrible time when U.S. military and law enforcement waged war […]

Robert Mueller’s Questionable Past

April 17, 2018 Staff 1

Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating Trump, was born, bred, and married into deep state spy families. As S. T. Patrick points out, “some of the more interesting reasons” to question Mueller’s current role may […]

Bolton Should Be Denied Clearance

April 12, 2018 Staff 0

Newly appointed national security advisor John Bolton is anything but new when it comes to his efforts to foment war—anywhere and everywhere possible. Phil Giraldi says the warmonger Bolton, “supremely sure of himself and possessing […]

Has the War Party Hooked Trump?

April 11, 2018 Staff 2

Following reports of an alleged gas attack on civilians in Syria, President Trump threatened Bashar Assad, via Twitter, with paying a “big price.” This in spite of just recently announcing the U.S. would be withdrawing […]

HUD Scam Dies

April 9, 2018 Staff 2

While the new $1.3 trillion omnibus bill is another egregious example of governmental over-reach and over-spend, there’s one bright spot in the act: At least it won’t fund an Obama-era social engineering experiment. Now Congress […]

Syrian Showdown: Trump vs. the Generals

April 6, 2018 Staff 1

Yet again, President Trump’s appointees are disagreeing with him, this time on his desire to bring U.S. troops back home from the Middle East. “It’s time,” he says. Centcom commander Gen. Joseph Votel and Defense Secretary […]

Big Media Lies About Nixon, Trump

April 4, 2018 Staff 5

President Donald Trump’s battles with special counsel Robert Mueller investigation are being compared to President Richard Nixon’s firing of special prosecutor Archibald Cox in the Saturday Night Massacre. But recent comparisons between Trump and Nixon […]

U.S. Soldiers Sacrificial Lambs

April 2, 2018 Staff 5

Make no mistake about this, says Phil Giraldi: “The American soldiers and airmen who are now based in Israel are the sacrificial lambs that will guarantee U.S. entry into a war that Israel intends to […]

Is Trump Assembling a War Cabinet?

March 30, 2018 Staff 3

It would seem President Trump does not remember the history Candidate Trump seemed to understand, given his choices of cabinet members who support war and more war and seem intent on bombing Iran—sooner than later.  […]

Hearst Kidnapping Was CIA Op

March 28, 2018 Staff 0

The author of a new book has powerfully countered CNN propaganda, boldly challenging the accepted mainstream version of “the most notorious American kidnapping since the baby of Charles and Anne Lindbergh was taken in 1932.” In doing […]

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