Liberty vs. the Great Reset

December 18, 2020 AFP Editor 0

By Dr. Kevin Barrett The biggest loser of the 2020 presidential election was neither Donald Trump nor Joe Biden. Whatever the Electoral College, the courts, Congress, state legislatures or the all-powerful media may say about […]

Duo’s Mossad Ties Go Unmentioned

December 17, 2020 AFP Editor 0

By Phil Giraldi Amidst the turmoil caused by the dispute over who was actually elected president on Nov. 3, a few stories that should definitely be of interest have flown beneath the radar insofar as […]

Leftists Are Aiming for One-Party Rule

December 16, 2020 AFP Editor 0

By Paul Craig Roberts It was interview questions from a Russian journalist that made me realize that the Democrat Party was no longer merely a political party but had become a revolutionary party working toward […]

Possible Police Reform

December 15, 2020 AFP Editor 0

By John Whitehead Think twice before you call the police to carry out a welfare check on a loved one, especially if that person is autistic, hearing impaired, mentally ill, elderly, suffering from dementia, disabled […]

Many of Trump’s Policies Will Endure

December 15, 2020 AFP Editor 0

By Mark Anderson Brace yourselves for the ramifications of a Joe Biden presidency. The good thing is, when and if that happens, Biden would most certainly have to continue certain popular populist Trumpian policies so […]

Trump Picks Turn Out to Be Swamp Rats

December 11, 2020 AFP Editor 0

By Donald Jeffries Why Donald Trump inexplicably filled his administration with appointees known to be hostile to his campaign rhetoric is a mystery. A good number of them, like United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, had […]

Battle for Control of the U.S. Senate

December 9, 2020 AFP Editor 0

By Mark Anderson Perhaps the most-watched U.S. Senate races in recent American history are transpiring in Georgia, where two runoff elections will take place Jan. 5 that pit incumbent Republicans against Democratic challengers. The results […]

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