Friday, 18th August 2017

The Bonfire of the Hypocrisies

Posted on 11. Oct, 2016 by in Analysis, Politics

Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump

American politics has been building toward this for a long time. American presidential politics are now uncharted and turbulent waters. The key to Donald Trump’s success in the primaries and in thrashing the mainstream Republican Party, which sank without a ripple apart from the hundreds of millions of dollars it had squandered to pick up […]

ATTN PUBLIC!  Town of Lebanon, Maine, Fire and Rescue Chief Meehan Shortchanged Safety?!

Posted on 24. May, 2015 by in Analysis, The Joe Fosco Show

ATTN PUBLIC!  Town of Lebanon, Maine, Fire and Rescue Chief Meehan Shortchanged Safety?!

I was recently privileged enough to interview a very thoughtful and caring firefighter from the Lebanon, Maine, area, on American News Post’s “The Joe Fosco Talk Show.” Aside from this young man’s alleged wrongful termination, it appears the Lebanon Fire Department might be suffering from many problems. Could it be possible that Lebanon Fire Chief Meehan […]

Novorossiya: Putin’s Manifest Destiny

Posted on 02. Dec, 2014 by in Analysis, Current Events

Little Green Men

It began with the ouster of Viktor Yanukovych, the President of Ukraine and personal puppet of the Kremlin’s current autocrat-in-chief (everyone’s favorite Virile Vampire) Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin. In what was either a brilliantly-timed stratagem or absolutely perfect stroke of luck, the whole world was watching as the Euromaidan movement reclaimed the Ukrainian government in the name […]

The Media’s Relentless And Unjust Attack On Mr. Bill Cosby

Posted on 20. Nov, 2014 by in Analysis, Current Events

The Media’s Relentless And Unjust Attack On Mr. Bill Cosby

ANP Readers: For those who regularly follow American News Post/ANP, you have been aware that ANP was on hiatus for the last several weeks. Please know that some members of ANP’s team, as well as me, have been addressing other, less conspicuous, endeavors. However, we have maintained a mutual commitment in resuming our regular schedule […]

Carthaginian Peace In The Levant

Posted on 22. Jul, 2014 by in Analysis, Current Events

Gaza burns

Israel is in yet another conflict with Palestine, and, like many of the previous ones, it a mess almost entirely of their own making.  Israel’s continual and unrelenting campaign to crush the Palestinian cause has ensured continued resistance from the beleaguered residents of the Gaza Strip. While they talk about ceasefire and detente, the Israelis […]

Cook County’s Judge Bastone Retires Again

Posted on 18. Mar, 2014 by in Analysis, Announcements

Soonie Bastone

Judge Robert Bastone, one of Cook County’s most controversial appointed judges, is retiring. Famous for his closeness to numerous Chicago Outfit heavyweights, Bastone has decided to enjoy his generous 6-figure annual pensions instead of continuing with his job of basically running Cook County Chief Judge Timothy Evans’ office. His Honor was initially put in power […]

A Happy Woman Brings Joy To Others

Posted on 17. Mar, 2014 by in Analysis, Current Events


Personally, I find women to be among the most fascinating creatures on the planet. Women are beautiful, soft, sweet, kind and loving. They know how to make a man stand at attention in more ways than one. Women are very intelligent human beings. When a woman falls in love with a man, she might dream […]

35th Anniversary Of Local Actor’s Drug Dealing Arrest

Posted on 31. Oct, 2013 by in Analysis, History

Tim Allen

BIRMINGHAM – When most people think of Tim Allen, they think Home Improvement’s Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor, not convicted dope peddler and ex-convict. A Birmingham Seaholm grad, Allen wasn’t always the affable, well-liked comedian and television and film star we know today. Thirty five years ago this month Allen was arrested with over a […]

Publisher Joe Fosco Visits Memory Lane

Posted on 19. Aug, 2013 by in Analysis, History

Armando and Joseph Fosco

When I was a young boy, I remember my father making breakfast for my family on Saturday and Sunday mornings. My little brother and I would sit at the kitchen table waiting like two young princes, immersed in the comic section of the Chicago Sun-Times, while the magic happened. Prior to making breakfast, my father […]

Detroit Falls

Posted on 21. Jul, 2013 by in Analysis, Current Events


Somewhere between 18 and 20 billion dollars. That’s the estimate for Detroit’s debt burden. The Motor City, built with the blood and sweat of blue collar autoworkers, has been systematically plundered by kleptomaniacal politicians and thieving unions.  They promised money for votes and cut horrifying deals to line their own pockets, under the impression that […]