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Globalists Unite Against Populism

January 27, 2019 Staff 0

It’s not just America’s neoconservatives and radical left that are rooting for America’s failure; globalists are increasingly concerned the U.S. has lost its global way. Now, Western think tanks apparently need to “rediscover a sense […]

Will Immigration Bloodshed Continue?

January 26, 2019 Staff 0

American citizens, including law enforcement officers, continue to be the tragic victims of sanctuary policies.  By John Friend Two recent tragic cases highlight the danger illegal aliens pose to U.S. citizens, particularly in so-called sanctuary […]

U.S., Taliban Begin Peace Negotiations

January 25, 2019 Staff 0

After Syria, President Trump looks to exact even more peace in the Middle East as evidenced by U.S. talks with Taliban officials to “complete the Afghanistan reconciliation process.” We would do well to remember the […]

Iran’s Revolution Turns 40

January 22, 2019 Staff 0

Americans should realize the U.S. and Iran are fighting the same enemies and perhaps take a lesson from Iran at the 40th anniversary of its revolution. By Dr. Kevin Barrett America’s mainstream propaganda media keep […]

What Really Killed Rising Journalist?

January 21, 2019 Staff 1

Young up-and-comingChristian conservative TV news personality and writer Bre Payton died in December, allegedly from a freakish case of swine flu and meningitis. Ms. Payton’s father has said, “We may never know” what caused her […]

DAV: Desecrating American Veterans

January 20, 2019 Staff 0

The world’s largest veterans charity, previously reported on in AFP, is now condoning the desecration of a cemetery in St. Louis, Mo. How does advertising on a billboard placed directly above a veteran’s grave honor […]

Russiagate Collusion Theory Collapses

January 20, 2019 Staff 0

Former mainstream journalist Michael Isikoff of Washington Post, Newsweek, and NBC News fame has clearly begun questioning the infamous Steele Dossier. Has the Russiagate collusion theory finally collapsed?  By S.T. Patrick Radio host John Ziegler was […]

Audio: The John Lear Files I

January 18, 2019 Staff 0

AFP is pleased to offer our readers another excellent interview from writer and radio show host S.T. Patrick’s Midnight Writer News Show: Episode 011 “The John Lear Files I.” Hosted by S.T. Patrick  John Lear […]

Hacker Group Could Blow Lid Off 9/11

January 18, 2019 Staff 1

“Dark Overlord” is threatening to publish thousands of confidential, damning documents unless suspect parties pay up. What might be contained in those documents? We may learn the answer to that question soon, as the hackers […]

U.S. Locked Into Endless Cycle of War

January 17, 2019 Staff 1

Given the fact that Washington spends more on its military than the next 10 countries combined, says Phil Giraldi, the notion that U.S. isn’t spending enough on weapons is absurd. At what point will America […]

Corporate Madness the New Normal

January 15, 2019 Staff 0

As the destruction of America’s retail sector continues, 3,800 stores are set to close in 2019. Don’t expect to see executive bonuses decrease, however. By Donald Jeffries Corporate America, along with pliable and ineffective politicians, […]

Feds Go After Bundys Again

January 14, 2019 Staff 3

Rancher Cliven Bundy talked with Mark Anderson to update AFP readers on the feds’ continuing persecution of his family, on the front page of American Free Press Issue 3 & 4. Already a subscriber? Log in here […]

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