Israel: Our Worst “Ally”

April 22, 2014 AFP 0

• How Israel got away with stealing nuclear material from a Pennsylvania power plant in 1968 and why the U.S. government and the CIA turned a blind eye. By John Friend — A Washington, D.C. […]

Jonathan Pollard—Fry Him, Don’t Free Him

April 21, 2014 AFP 1

By Jim Traficant I expected it. It was only a matter of time. The Obama administration is finally succumbing to the powerful arm of Israel. Our government has initiated dialogue that will ultimately release the […]

Unpunished: The CIA’s Felony War Crimes

April 21, 2014 AFP 0

By Richard Walker — The United States Senate’s decision to let the public see a summary of its report on the Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) torture program following the September 11 attacks hides the fact […]

Insider: Greek Nationalist Party Framed

April 21, 2014 AFP 0

• False imprisonment of Golden Dawn party members exposed. By Pete Papaherakles — The resignation on April 2 of General Secretary Takis Baltakos, a top aide to Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, over the release […]

FBI Dumps Jewish Hate Groups

April 13, 2014 AFP 4

• FBI unceremoniously jettisons SPLC and ADL as “resources” on hate crimes. By Ronald L. Ray — The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) quietly dumped the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and Anti-Defamation League (ADL), […]

The $14 Billion Secret of Jewish Charities

April 13, 2014 AFP 0

• Jewish ‘charitable’ groups benefit “massively from the U.S. and many state and local governments, in the form of hundreds of millions of dollars in grants, billions in tax-deductible donations and billions more in program […]

Legendary Sheriff Joe Arpaio Speaks to AFP

April 13, 2014 AFP 0

• America’s toughest sheriff blasts feds for cooking the books on deportations. By Victor Thorn — On March 27, AMERICAN FREE PRESS caught up with “America’s toughest sheriff,” Joe Arpaio, to discuss how disgusted he […]

IRS Forced to Recognize Crypto-Cash

April 13, 2014 AFP 0

 • Revenuers acknowledge popular electronic currencies as ‘assets.’ By Keith Johnson — If you can’t beat it, tax it. At least that’s the conclusion the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) seems to have reached with regard […]

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