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Clintons the First ‘Birthers’?

April 21, 2012 AFP 0

By Pat Shannan A new story making the rounds on the Barack Obama birth certificate scandal comes from a respected Hollywood producer, who also happens to be a long-time friend and financial supporter of Bill […]

Warhawk Romney Will Bankrupt U.S.

April 21, 2012 AFP 0

• Populists concerned about Republican candidate’s rabid internationalism, unabashed love for Israel By Michael Collins Piper If Rep. Ron Paul (R-Tex.) hopes to mold the Republican Party’s 2012 national campaign platform into a document of […]

U.S. Training Terrorists to Kill Iranians

April 21, 2012 AFP 0

By Richard Walker Just like his predecessor, President George W. Bush, Barack Hussein Obama and his Israeli allies are working together to train foreign terrorists—sometimes even in the United States—to assassinate Iran’s scientists and military […]

A Requiem for John Demjanjuk

April 21, 2012 AFP 0

By Jim Traficant The long ordeal of John Demjanjuk is finally over. Demjanjuk passed away March 17, in Bavaria, Germany. He was 91 years old. I met John in 1993 in a small solitary cell […]

AFP PODCAST: The Truth About Hutaree – Part 1

April 16, 2012 AFP 0

AFP PODCAST On March 27, United States District Judge Victoria Roberts dismissed almost all charges against seven members of the so-called Hutaree militia, stating that angry “diatribes” and “hatred of law enforcement” did not add […]

Sheriffs Bushwhacked

April 8, 2012 AFP 5

• Delaware attorney general strips county sheriffs of arrest powers By Pat Shannan Sussex County, Delaware Sheriff Jeff Christopher, when he was elected to the office in 2010, thought he was handpicked by the people […]

CIA Super Spy Centers Near Completion

April 8, 2012 AFP 1

By Ralph Forbes The Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) plan to spy on every American by bugging just about everything—phones, clock radios, refrigerators—is ready to be operational as soon as Big Brother’s super spy centers can go […]

Crime in the USA

April 8, 2012 AFP 6

• Crime in America down; Experts not sure exactly why By Victor Thorn There’s good news for Americans: According to Federal Bureau of Investigation statistics, violent crime in the United States is continuing a decade-long […]

FBI Informant Tells All

April 8, 2012 AFP 0

• Case of Craig Monteilh shocks even veteran bureau critics By The Staff at AFP Craig Monteilh was a federal informant tasked with penetrating the Muslim community of Orange County, and he was good at […]

Why Do U.S. Taxpayers Subsidize Cuban Jews?

April 8, 2012 AFP 0

• U.S. man arrested for spying reveals funneling of your taxpayer dollars to foreign religious group By Michael Collins Piper The imprisonment in Cuba of an American man points toward a long-standing “dirty secret”: U.S. […]

Christian Group Freed

March 31, 2012 AFP 0

• Judge says feds lied, manufactured evidence against Hutaree members By The Staff at AFP United States District Judge Victoria Roberts dismissed almost all charges against seven members of the so-called Hutaree militia March 27, […]

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