Hero Sheriff

January 13, 2012 AFP 0

By Mark Anderson GOSHEN, Ind.—On January 10, before a gathering of 300 patriotic Americans, former Sheriff Richard I. Mack expounded upon the importance of an American sheriff, lauding Elkhart County, Indiana Sheriff Brad Rogers. Rogers […]

Romney Tied to Terrorism

January 13, 2012 AFP 0

Links to radical group operating inside Iran a cause for concern By Ralph Forbes GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney looked like a deer caught in the headlights when he was asked if he supported an […]

Will Americans Be Required to Give DNA?

January 13, 2012 AFP 0

By Keith Johnson Do police have a right to stick a needle in your arm, or a swab in your mouth, to collect samples of your DNA—without a warrant and regardless of whether you’ve been […]

Police State Expands on Land, in Air

January 13, 2012 AFP 0

By Frank Whalen Around the world, 2011 was a banner year of upheaval for established governmental authority. To some, this explains why the U.S. government is increasingly seeking tools to suppress dissent among the populace, […]

The Real Rick Santorum

January 6, 2012 AFP 0

While senator, he had plan to end free speech on college campuses By Michael Collins Piper In 2003, then-Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Penn.) cut a back-room deal with high-powered lobbyists to introduce legislation to limit freedom […]

It’s Tight in Iowa

January 6, 2012 AFP 0

• The long, strange road to the Iowa caucuses detailed • Top three candidates separated by small percentage By Victor Thorn With more plot twists than a daytime soap opera, the long, strange road leading […]

Major Free Speech Victory

January 6, 2012 AFP 1

• The court decision has been hailed as a major victory for freedom of speech. By Dave Gahary The latest legal assault on the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights by United States-based pro-Israel […]

Fed’s Covert Bailouts Exposed

January 6, 2012 AFP 0

Obama and Geithner have declared that the U.S. should not be bailing out Europe. Yet this is exactly what is happening. By Peter Papaherakles In an article published by The Wall Street Journal on Wed. […]

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