Western Civilization & the Left

January 20, 2021 AFP Editor 1

Radical thought now a pillar of the establishment. By Paul Craig Roberts In former times, the left stood for the working class. Leftist literature was about class antagonisms. The left attacked the capitalists. Today, the […]

Trump Pardons Infamous Spy

January 20, 2021 AFP Editor 2

Pollard’s release a New Year’s present for Israel. By Richard Walker Under cover of darkness, on Dec. 30, 2020, a private jet left the United States with a very special VIP on board and landed […]

Should We Have Faith in Democracy?

January 18, 2021 AFP Editor 1

By Dr. Kevin Barrett Mainstream media presstitutes are aghast at President Donald Trump’s unwillingness to concede the 2020 election. They say they aren’t worried that Mr. Trump might win any one case and remain in […]

Coal and Switches for the Deep State?

December 31, 2020 AFP Editor 1

A Trump Christmas pardon for Assange and Snowden would be best gift ever. By Phil Giraldi President Donald Trump is continuing to fight against the presumed results of the November national election with his only […]

BlackRock: Who Is This Shadowy Group?

December 19, 2020 AFP Editor 0

Powerful financial behemoth growing in power and influence at highest levels. By Donald Jeffries BlackRock is the world’s largest asset manager, with $6.3 trillion of individual investments under its control. It has been dubbed by […]

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 […]

Trump Picks Turn Out to Be Swamp Rats

December 11, 2020 AFP Editor 0

By Donald Jeffries Why Donald Trump inexplicably filled his administration with appointees known to be hostile to his campaign rhetoric is a mystery. A good number of them, like United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, had […]

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