Fed to Monitor Internet Critics

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 By the Staff of American Free Press – The privately owned (and misleadingly named) Federal Reserve Bank has announced a plan to monitor bloggers and Facebook users to determine whether or not they are engaged […]

Untold Story of the Montana Freemen

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By Pat Shannan With the passing of Leroy Schweitzer last month in Colorado’s super-max federal prison in Florence, questions loom as his family awaits the results of a private autopsy. Over halfway through a 22-year […]

Israel Readies for Iran Attack

October 7, 2011 admin 0

By Keith Johnson – A Sept. 23 report by Newsweek journalist Eli Lake reveals that Barack Obama secretly approved the transfer of 55 high-tech bunkerbusting bombs to Israel during the early days of his administration. […]

Corruption Plagues Obama

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By Victor Thorn – There is a sickness in the White House that leads directly to Chicago’s poisonous political machine. Criminality is such a part of Barack Obama’s business dealings—and those of his cronies—that corruption […]

AFP PODCAST: USDA Funny Bunny Money

October 1, 2011 admin 0

AFP PODCAST John & Judy Dollarhite wanted to teach their teenage son some of life’s more important lessons, so they put together a small business selling pet rabbits for him, until the United States Department […]

Kucinich Wants Constitutional Money

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By Mark Anderson – Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) on Sept. 21 introduced the National Emergency Employment Defense Act (NEED), H.R. 2990, which would remove the power of creating money from the privately owned and controlled […]

Citizens Unite to Fight Texas Wildfires

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By Pat Shannan – When business partners Tara Woods and Kenna Stephenson, both young mothers in their 30s, saw smoke rising from burning homes in the hills above their town of Magnolia, Texas, they canceled […]

Military Supports Ron Paul Campaign

October 1, 2011 admin 0

By Mark Anderson While the corporate media keep throwing two gubernatorial bookends—Rick Perry of Texas and Mitt Romney of Massachusetts—in our collective face, as if they are the only Republican presidential candidates to consider worthwhile […]

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