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Dust Bowl 2012

August 1, 2012 AFP 0

This Drought Has Worldwide Ramifications By Victor Thorn For six years during the 1930s, America suffered such severe drought conditions that the Midwest portion of our country became known as the Dust Bowl. Coupled with […]

AFP PODCAST: TSA = Thieving Stealing Assaulting

August 1, 2012 AFP 0

AFP PODCAST It doesn’t seem to matter from which airport they operate from, certain employees of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) are simply out-of-control.       You’re gonna love what the San Diego, California […]

Bull Market in Body Parts

August 1, 2012 AFP 0

By Frank Whalen There is a sordid industry that few people know about where wealthy corporations, some even located in the United States, exploit grieving poor people who have just lost loved ones in order […]

The Men who Covered-up for Jerry Sandusky

July 30, 2012 AFP 2

By Victor Thorn Why did so many individuals cover-up for serial pedophile Jerry Sandusky, including those within The Second Mile (TSM), the Pennsylvania State Attorney General’s office, and a leading official at Pennsylvania State University […]

Why is Chicago Dripping Blood?

July 24, 2012 AFP 0

“Some 72.5% of black children today are born out of wedlock.” By Pete Papaherakles Chicago is experiencing an incredible surge in gangster violence that has experts wondering what exactly is going on. Gang violence is […]

Patching Up the Infrastructure

July 24, 2012 AFP 0

• Time for talk has passed; major problems need addressing now How Can We Avoid the Next Catastrophe? By Victor Thorn Every year the U.S. government appropriates in excess of $1T of taxpayer money to […]

Obama Donors Switching to Mitt?

July 24, 2012 AFP 0

• Obama’s 2008 campaign supporters bet on Republican candidate this time around By Pat Shannan The Center for Responsive Politics, an independent, nonpartisan and nonprofit group that tracks government and campaign money, among other political […]

Deadly Strain of Tuberculosis Hits U.S.

July 24, 2012 AFP 0

By Frank Whalen In the 1970s, U.S. health officials had nearly eradicated tuberculosis (TB). But in the past 30 years, it’s a little-known fact that TB is staging a comeback thanks largely to a lack […]

Bethlehem in Danger

July 24, 2012 AFP 0

• Holy Site deemed to be in danger from Israeli extremists • Bethlehem city officials plead with UN for urgent help By Peter Strahl On June 29, 2012, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural […]

We Are All Terrorists

July 16, 2012 AFP 0

• DHS says pro-lifers, gun owners, preppers, freedom activists are all a threat By Pat Shannan A new study funded by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) depicts Americans who are “suspicious of centralized federal […]

Cooking the Immigration Books

July 16, 2012 AFP 0

• Government accused of hiding real number of illegal aliens in U.S. By Victor Thorn Over the past two years, federal agencies and think tanks have provided what would sound like good news to most […]

NSA Flips Senators The Bird

July 16, 2012 AFP 0

• Top spook agency says it has right to violate citizens’ privacy, but you don’t By Keith Johnson The prying eyes and ears over at the National Security Agency (NSA) refuse to divulge how many […]

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