Free Speech on the Ropes

December 2, 2019 AFP Editor 8

Is criticism of Israel already an official hate crime in America? By Philip Giraldi One subject that congressmen and the mainstream media tend to avoid is the erosion of fundamental liberties in the United States […]

Assange Tortured in London Jail Cell?

November 19, 2019 AFP Editor 0

The WikiLeaks founder and whistleblower is being denied legal and basic humanitarian rights. By S.T. Patrick For two weeks, supporters and friends of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange have been dumbfounded by what happened at the […]

Best Ideals of Left Are Being Usurped

November 17, 2019 AFP Editor 0

 Americans need to plug their ears to the siren song of radical identity politics. By Dr. Kevin Barrett In the bad old days, choirboys were emasculated to stop their voices from changing. Imagine being a […]

Stop Poisoning Water With Fluoride

November 16, 2019 AFP Editor 6

Activists are battling in court to stop a powerful federal agency from fluoridating our water. By Mark Anderson The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) maintains that fluoride prevents cavities, a long-cited but widely disproven “benefit” of […]

Confusing Time for Males and Females

November 16, 2019 AFP Editor 2

It’s hard to deny there’s an agenda to feminize men and masculinize women—but why? By Donald Jeffries Anyone who has watched a television show, a motion picture, or mainstream advertising over the past few years […]

Founders Battled Over Impeachment

November 14, 2019 AFP Editor 0

Ridding America of its Executive extends to the founding fathers. By S.T. Patrick It’s difficult to imagine Ben Franklin, James Madison, and Patrick Henry concerned with impeachment. The infant newspapers of the day, including the […]

Meet the Shills of Fake News

November 13, 2019 AFP Editor 0

Political connections—not skill—got these mainstream news icons their jobs. By Donald Jeffries Considering how many Americans pay high tuition costs every year for college degrees in journalism, or go to expensive broadcasting schools, it is […]

Bilderberger’s Brexit Confessions

November 10, 2019 AFP Editor 0

By Mark Anderson CHICAGO, Ill.—The appearance of Zanny Minton Beddoes, editor-in-chief of The Economist, at a luncheon of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs (CCGA) on Oct. 4, was handled carefully. Besides the fact that […]

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