Elites Regretting Saudi Love Fest?

October 29, 2018 Staff 0

Recent behavior of the psychopathic Saudi leader Mohammed bin Salman has advocates questioning U.S. support, both from government and from the entertainment industry. By Richard Walker Elites in Hollywood, and in the board rooms of […]

Famed CFR Researcher Speaks Out About 9/11

October 25, 2018 Staff 1

Renowned for his work on the Council on Foreign Relations, researcher and author James Perloff discusses the now-fractured 9/11 truth movement, 9/11 motives and perpetrators, and Greater Israel. By S. T. Patrick Seventeen years have […]

Nikki Haley for President?

October 24, 2018 Staff 2

Israel-firsters are eyeing former UN ambassador and South Carolina governor Nikki Haley for president in 2020, but, as Philip Giraldi points out, “Haley did nothing to enhance American security and only succeeded in pandering to […]

Finish the Fed

October 22, 2018 Staff 2

The new Issue 43 & 44 of American Free Press is in the mail, and digital subscribers can read their newspaper online here. Not yet a subscriber? Click here for subscription options and don’t miss another […]

WikiLeaks & the Espionage Act

October 21, 2018 Staff 0

Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg says WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can’t be tried under the 1917 Espionage Act because he’s a journalist. Should Ecuador oust Assange from its embassy where he’s lived since 2012, he […]

Soros Agenda Clear in Europe

October 20, 2018 Staff 0

The network of organizations run by George Soros is working tirelessly to flood the European continent with migrants. Hungary’s “Stop Soros” laws aim to thwart his efforts. By John Friend The Open Society Foundations (OSF), […]

Trump to UN: America Before Globalism

October 20, 2018 Staff 0

In speaking to the UN late last month, President Trump emphasized the right of nations to be proud of their heritage and take control of their destiny. “We only ask that you honor our sovereignty […]

Caravan Puts Trump Legacy on the Line

October 19, 2018 Staff 0

With President Trump having been elected largely on an anti-immigration/border security platform, an opportunity for him to defend his line in the sand—and impact the mid-term election outcome—is currently at hand. Writes Buchanan: “As of […]

Discovery of Border Tunnels Has U.S. Rethinking ‘the Wall’

October 19, 2018 Staff 2

The discovery of more and more extensive tunnels under America’s southern border—including a 600-foot-long tunnel recently found connecting Mexican territory with an abandoned Arizona restaurant—are causing concern that adding fence and wall sections may incentivize transnational […]

Are the British Spying at EU Brexit Negotiations?

October 17, 2018 Staff 0

The EU official in charge of negotiations with Britain for its exit from the EU—commonly referred to as Brexit—suspects Britain is spying on the negotiations. While the British contingent has denied the allegations, it would not […]

World Teeters on Brink of War

October 15, 2018 Staff 0

Russia responded to recent Israeli attacks on Syria by accusing Israel of responsibility for the loss of 15 Russian servicemen. Philip Giraldi cautions, “The downing of the Russian plane through Israeli contrivance created a situation […]

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