Eyewitnesses Suspect Provocateurs

February 5, 2021 AFP Editor 1

By Maggie Rose McGrath Most every news outlet, left or right, is twisting the facts and spinning the narrative that it was “Trump supporters” that “stormed” the Capitol in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 6. The […]

The First Amendment Is in Peril

January 29, 2021 AFP Editor 0

Will the Democratic Party’s thirst for revenge end freedom of speech? By Phil Giraldi The Democratic Party’s seizure of power, however that was achieved, might very well mean that today’s Americans could be the last […]

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 […]

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 […]

New Movie Stands Up for First Amendment

December 4, 2019 AFP Editor 0

By Mark Anderson The newly released pro-free speech docudrama “No Safe Spaces: You Have the Right to Remain Silent” is finding more safe spaces through which to air its vital message that our long-cherished First […]

Fake News MSM Does CIA’s Bidding

October 29, 2019 AFP Editor 1

The New York Times admits that U.S. government approves what stories go into the rag. By S.T. Patrick The First Amendment to the Constitution guarantees freedom of the press. The Bill of Rights was added […]

Free Speech Triumph

August 12, 2019 AFP Editor 2

Front-page news in AFP’s Issue 33&34, mailed to print subscribers last week and online now for digital subscribers to read: Judge rules man fired for beliefs had rights violated. By John Friend A former Memphis […]

Assange, Free Speech in Peril

July 3, 2019 AFP Editor 0

By Dr. Ron Paul More than seven years ago, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was granted asylum by the government of Ecuador over fears that espionage charges were being prepared against him by Washington. He spent […]

Get AFP for Free

April 9, 2019 AFP Editor 1

This week only, you can download a free copy of the latest edition of American Free Press by clicking the link here. We feel this issue is one of the most important we’ve put out […]

PC Police Strike

March 12, 2018 AFP Editor 8

A young woman has been removed from her Florida middle-school teaching job for expressing cultural views online-under a pseudonym-after the PC police at a far-left website made it their mission to get the woman fired. […]

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