What Can U.S. Learn from the UK?

January 30, 2020 AFP Editor 0

Adoption of radical leftist policies and endorsements from celebrities are “political poison.” By S.T. Patrick Extrapolating one country’s national election results into a global trend or a long-term lesson can be challenging, yet there must […]

‘Wave of Anti-Semitism’ Exaggerated

January 28, 2020 AFP Editor 2

Most “anti-Semitic attacks” are shouting matches between Israel lovers and critics. By Phil Giraldi One of the few growth industries in Donald Trump’s United States is the protection of Jewish citizens and their property from […]

Thank the Lord So Many Were Packing

January 27, 2020 AFP Editor 0

Had Texas parishioners not been armed with guns, the shooter could have killed scores. By Mark Anderson A key question in the aftermath of the shooting incident Dec. 29, 2019 at West Freeway Church of […]

‘Barbarians’ Sack Sweden

January 23, 2020 AFP Editor 1

Bombings, rapes, and assaults are rising as multiculturalism fails. By John Friend The once stable, prosperous, and homogeneous nation of Sweden has seen steadily rising levels of violence, crime including rape, and, shockingly, bombings and […]

Border Victory

January 13, 2020 AFP Editor 0

New stricter policies on illegal immigration are working. This front-page story of American Free Press Issue 3&4 is available online now for digital subscribers and in the mail to print subscribers.  By John Friend A […]

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