America’s War in Yemen

January 6, 2012 AFP 0

• The U.S. is interested in Yemen solely for its strategic location. Its oil reserves are due to run out in approximately five years. By Richard Walker — While much of the media focus has […]

Obama Yearns for End to Afghan Debacle

January 6, 2012 AFP 0

Lurking in the shadows are the two Siamese twin gorillas that have been behind all the wars and misery inflicted upon the Afghans since at least the 1970s—Big Oil and the ubiquitous Israelis. By Ralph […]

Federal Grants Pay to Militarize Local Cops

January 6, 2012 AFP 0

“You are eight times more likely to be killed by a police officer than by a terrorist.” By Keith Johnson Since Sept. 11, 2001, thousands of communities across the nation have taken advantage of more […]

AFP PODCAST: Exploding Middle East Myths

January 3, 2012 AFP 0

AFP PODCAST Canadian author Greg Felton of The Host & The Parasite fame, discusses his new book, Exploding Middle East Myths: 15 years of Fighting Zionist Propaganda. Felton has assembled a myth-smashing collection of essays […]

Smear Job

December 31, 2011 AFP 0

By Michael Collins Piper AMERICAN FREE PRESS got frontline mention as the very first words in the first paragraph of a muddled smear of Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul published as a lengthy hit piece […]

Bribery Scandal Almost Nabbed Newt

December 31, 2011 AFP 0

By Michael Collins Piper In 1997, hardworking FBI agents in Miami were  on the verge (they thought) of snaring then-House Speaker Newt Gingrich and his second  wife, Marianne, in a $10 million bribery scandal  involving […]

Bradley Manning’s Strange World

December 31, 2011 AFP 0

By Victor Thorn Drag Queens, Transsexuals, Cross Dressing, Homosexual Computer Hackers, Gays in the White House and Rebellion Against the Military’s ‘Don’t Ask Don’t Tell’ Policy What Makes Bradley Manning Tick? Did Bradley Manning leak […]

Military Whistleblower Ends Up Dead

December 30, 2011 AFP 0

By Frank Whalen With the U.S. military only now leaving Iraq, after almost a decade, the legacy that remains is not that of a successful mission. Rather, the unnecessary war might be viewed in the […]

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