Cyndi Steele’s New Dilemma

March 18, 2012 AFP 0

•Wife of imprisoned Idaho attorney in dire straits By Pat Shannan Cyndi Steele, the wife of jailed free speech lawyer Edgar Steele, tells AMERICAN FREE PRESS that, while her husband is serving what amounts to […]

Obama Expands Use of Shadow Soldiers

March 18, 2012 AFP 0

•U.S. Special Operations Command: 66,000 elite soldiers to wage covert war By Richard Walker Barack Obama’s concept of modern warfare is to wage a global battle of attrition in secret against Washington’s enemies using elite […]

Populists Battle Plutocrats Over Pipeline’s Path

March 18, 2012 AFP 0

By Mark Anderson The extension of the Keystone XL “Tar Sands” Oil Pipeline—envisioned to eventually snake all the way from Canada, through the heart of the U.S., to Texas gulf-coast refineries—is meeting considerable resistance, especially […]

Paying Homage to Israel

March 10, 2012 AFP 0

• Congress, president, candidates drop everything to worship By Ralph Forbes March 6 was Super Tuesday—the day, we are told, “when the voters in 10 battleground states could decide who will be the Republican nominee […]


March 10, 2012 AFP 0

By Christopher J. Petherick WASHINGTON, D.C.—Across the street from the annual policy planning convention held by the pro-Israeli lobbying group American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), a band of tireless grassroots activists staged their own […]

Funding Obama: Shekels and the super PACs

March 10, 2012 AFP 0

By Victor Thorn Under the banner of Hope and Change, when Sen. Barack Obama threw his hat into the presidential ring on Feb. 10, 2007 in Springfield, Illinois, he told an energetic crowd, “The cynics, […]

Is Police State Going to Crush Mass Protests?

March 10, 2012 AFP 0

By Keith Johnson A recently leaked Department of Homeland Security (DHS) document from October 2011 reveals that federal law enforcement officials have been keeping tabs on the Occupy Wall Street movement from its inception. Coordinated […]

Exercising Free Speech a Federal Crime?

March 10, 2012 AFP 0

• House passes bill to curtail legitimate First Amendment criticism of politicians By Pat Shannan On Feb. 27, the House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed the Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act of 2011. If […]

AFP PODCAST: Yo Dawg, Cameras Don’t Do Squat!

March 3, 2012 AFP 0

AFP PODCAST • Ironically, the main reason for the explosion of surveillance is due to the influx of uneducated and uncivilized immigrants, mostly African and South East Asian, exhibiting what the ever-polite British refer to […]

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