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DOJ Power Grab

April 6, 2020 AFP Editor 1

With AG William Barr in place during Covid-19, is indefinite detention without trial of Americans on the horizon? By John Friend The Department of Justice (DOJ) is facing backlash for what many critics view as […]

Major Powers Fight Proxy War in Libya

April 2, 2020 AFP Editor 1

Once flourishing North African nation devolves into worst carnage in its history By Richard Walker Libya, once a rich society with free education, and healthcare, remains in the grip of a brutal civil war in […]

Afghanistan: What’s Next

April 1, 2020 AFP Editor 0

Does peace with the Taliban mean peace for Afghan people? By S.T. Patrick In 2007, Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) commented about withdrawing from Afghanistan, “We just marched in, and we can just march out.” Thirteen […]

Who’d Be in a Biden Cabinet?

March 30, 2020 AFP Editor 0

By S.T. Patrick In a recent livestreamed town hall broadcast on social media, former Vice President Joe Biden forgot what year it was and forgot what year he would take office if he won the […]

Coronavirus Could Kill the NWO

March 27, 2020 AFP Editor 1

By Patrick J. Buchanan Chancellor Angela Merkel warns that 70% of Germany’s population—58 million people—could contract the coronavirus. If she is right, and Dr. Anthony Fauci’s mortality rate holds for her country, that could mean […]

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