New Movie Stands Up for First Amendment

December 4, 2019 Staff 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 […]

How the Internet Is Controlled

December 4, 2019 Staff 0

The practice of shadow-banning and the art of stealth censorship are key components of controlling the internet. By Dr. Kevin Barrett On Oct. 17 I published an article headlined “The Legal Lynching of a Truth-Seeker: […]

Journalist Arrested in Washington

December 3, 2019 Staff 0

Free speech hypocrisy abounds as the left ignores mistreatment of another newsman. By S.T. Patrick On Oct. 25, Max Blumenthal, the editor of independent news website “The Grayzone” and a frequent contributor to “Consortium News,” […]

Free Speech on the Ropes

December 2, 2019 Staff 0

Is criticism of Israel already an official hate crime in America? By Philip Giraldi One subject that congressmen and the mainstream media tend to avoid is the erosion of fundamental liberties in the United States […]

Free Speech Isn’t Free: We Must Fight for It!

November 26, 2019 Staff 0

The Free Expression Foundation continues to fight for Americans’ free speech. Read below more about the organization’s recent efforts to support jailed protests and please consider how you can generously support FEF in this critical […]

Free Speech Worth Supporting

August 26, 2019 Staff 0

FREE EXPRESSION FOUNDATION needs help in this huge battle! By Paul Angel Getting free speech rights would be really easy these days if we donned black masks and helmets, threw on some all-black military fatigues, […]

Campus Free Speech Is Dead

August 15, 2019 Staff 2

Once bastions of free thought and speech, colleges are now leftist censorship centers. By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Georgetown University law professor Jonathan Turley notes that the University of California, once a bastion of free […]

Free Speech Triumph

August 12, 2019 Staff 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 Staff 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 […]

Slandered Kentucky Students Fight Back

February 28, 2019 Staff 3

Those who accused the Catholic kids of bogus hate crime have been told to retract their stories or face court. By Donald Jeffries On Feb. 4, lawyers representing Kentucky’s Covington Catholic High School student Nicholas […]

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