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More People to Be Banned from Flying

February 10, 2012 AFP 0

By Frank Whalen In the last year the U.S. “no-fly” list has more than doubled, despite the much-ballyhooed successes in the “War against Terror.” According to U.S. officials, the reason for this change is the […]

New Flick Revises History a Bit Too Much

February 10, 2012 AFP 0

Recently released movie on Tuskegee airmen should be labeled ‘fiction’ By Pat Shannan ATLANTA, Ga. – The new George Lucas film, Red Tails, about the Tuskegee airmen was released in January, and its many exaggerations […]

Video Tells Dwyer’s Shocking Story

February 10, 2012 AFP 3

By Michael Collins Piper On January 21, 1987, following his conviction on trumped-up corruption charges and facing a lengthy prison term, Pennsylvania State Treasurer R. Budd Dwyer shot himself at a crowded press conference, continuing […]

Sheriffs Stand Tall

February 4, 2012 AFP 0

By Pat Shannan LAS VEGAS, Nev.—More than 100 sheriffs and deputies from 32 states around the nation gathered at the Las Vegas Tuscany Hotel on January 30 to learn facts that many had never heard […]

Obama Refusing to Face Accusers in Georgia Court

February 4, 2012 AFP 0

By Pat Shannan ATLANTA, Ga.—Although most Americans don’t know it because of a news blackout, on January 26 the issue of Barack Hussein Obama’s eligibility to be president was finally heard by a lawfully-seated state […]

No More GPS Tracking Without Warrant?

February 4, 2012 AFP 0

• Supreme Court rules rogue use of electronic tracking devices violates 4th Amendment By Keith Johnson Many are celebrating a recent decision by the Supreme Court, which ruled that law enforcement must get a warrant […]

The Baffling Case of DA Ray Gricar

February 4, 2012 AFP 0

By Victor Thorn STATE COLLEGE, Pa.—Nearly seven years ago, Ray Gricar—Centre County, Pennsylvania’s District Attorney for two decades—vanished into thin air. According to law enforcement officials, he hasn’t been seen since. Yet, is this official […]

Letter to the Editor: OKC Grand Juror Weighs In

February 4, 2012 AFP 0

Editor’s Note: Seventeen years ago, Hoppy Heidelberg, then 55 and president of the Oklahoma Thoroughbred Breeders Association, was drafted to serve on the Oklahoma City federal grand jury that only a few months later became […]

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 […]

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