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Liberty Survivors Remember 50th

June 23, 2017 Staff 1

Survivors of the brutal attack on the USS Liberty ship in 1967 gather together, earlier this month, to honor the fallen and preserve the memory of what happened on that terrible day. By Dave Gahary […]

U.S. Picks a Fight in Syria

June 21, 2017 Staff 0

Not content to allow the Syrian war to wind down, the Pentagon and the CIA continue to escalate tension. Now, they’ve shot down a Syrian army jet bound for radical Islamic targets, which Russia declared […]

Without Glass-Steagall, America Will Fail

June 16, 2017 Staff 3

Paul Craig Roberts explains the critical need for separation of residential from investment banking and how, without such regulation, the 99% pay dearly for the outrageous gains of the 1%. By Paul Craig Roberts For […]

San Francisco Tries End-Run Around Second Amendment

April 11, 2017 Staff 6

The City by the Bay—“on behalf of” California—sues ‘mom and pop’ firearms accessories companies across the country. Dylan Saunders, owner of one such shop, 7.62 Precision, is fighting back. By Dave Gahary San Francisco officials recently made […]

Are You a Mind-Controlled CIA Stooge?

September 2, 2016 AFP Editor 5

Do you smirk when you hear someone question the official stories of San Bernardino, Paris, or Nice? Do you feel superior to 2,500 architects and engineers, commercial and military pilots, physicists and chemists, and former […]

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