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Roundtable Discussion With Coconate & Fosco

Posted on 23. Sep, 2013 by in Politics, Webcast

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Hello everyone! This is Joseph Fosco with ANP’s Roundtable discussion for Monday, September 23, 2013. For those of you who are not familiar with our show, you missed some excitement recently. I suggest that you catch up by simply reading the last few pieces published on American News Post, which can be accessed simply by […]

Hillary Allies NBC And CNN Begin The Clinton Campaign Early

Posted on 04. Aug, 2013 by in Current Events, Politics

Our next president?

The news has been out for some time about the upcoming Clinton Lovefest to be sponsored by DNC shills the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) and the Cable News Network (CNN). Both stations are getting ready to produce television extravaganzas celebrating the excellence of Hillary Clinton. The unavoidable conclusion that these productions should be a major […]

Clint Eastwood Self-Destructs On National Stage

Posted on 03. Sep, 2012 by in Analysis, Politics

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The Republican National Convention was its usual clot of cloying, decrepit and tiresome swill. More money for the rich, less money for the poor, starving and homeless. More money for the overly bloated military-industrial complex (even Ron Paul knows this is bad), less money for college students and the elderly. It was the often repeated mantra of liberty and justice for all… who can afford it. Everyone else is SOL.

OPSEC Fund’s Lies Fail To Tarnish Bin Laden Raid Success

Posted on 19. Aug, 2012 by in History, Politics

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It is sad to see men who so nobly served their country become shills for the RNC meatgrinder. A group of Special Forces veterans are being used by Republican strategists to sully the Obama-led Osama bin Laden raid. Special Operations OPSEC Education Fund, founded by a former Navy SEAL and failed politician named Scott Taylor, […]

Paul Ryan’s Demise

Posted on 12. Aug, 2012 by in Current Events, Politics

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Paul Ryan may have made the greatest mistake of his political career yesterday when he publically admitted to the crime of being stupid enough to jump on the Romney ticket. I’m not sure what he was promised, how much campaign money and/or political clout the RNC heavies offered him, but there is no way it […]

A Tax Dodger Gets His Comeuppance

Posted on 06. Aug, 2012 by in Current Events, Politics

Mitt Romney

It took the boldness and courage of the Speaker of the Senate to shine the light right where it belongs: Mitt Romney’s pocketbook. For centuries in this country men like Mitt Romney have plundered our resources and taxed our infrastructure in the name of “commerce,” which must be rich guy code for “my pocket.” This […]

The Struggle For Tyranny

Posted on 16. Jul, 2012 by in Analysis, Current Events

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Word has come that Bashir al-Assad’s illegitimate regime has begun moving stockpiles of chemical weapons within Syria. There are a few hopeful pundits floating the idea that Assad might be doing this to secure these potent weapons, keeping them away from terrorist groups who might use the chaos currently raging through Syria as an excuse […]

Theo’s Twit Of The Week: Stephanie Cutter

Posted on 09. Jul, 2012 by in Analysis, Current Events

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This week’s Twit got FactChecked into the wall by the center forward of team truth. Vilifying a successful businessman without proof will get you two minutes in the penalty box along with: Stephanie Cutter FactCheck.org is an excellent resource for digging through the endless yellow journalism, political muckraking and outright lying that typifies an American […]

Check The Balances

Posted on 01. Jul, 2012 by in Current Events, Politics

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Many of us are still in shock over the bizarre, bewildering and generally backwards ruling that came down from the Supreme Court on Thursday. In a decision that rivals Dred Scott for the scope of its stupidity, National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius will be one of those landmark rulings that future generations of […]

Theo’s Twit Of The Week: The Eurozone Edition

Posted on 10. Jun, 2012 by in Current Events, Politics

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No matter how much lipstick you smear on these sows, the PIIGS aren’t getting any prettier… or less expensive. Any conversation about which is the ugliest (though certainly not fattest) of these ungulates leads us to Greece. And this week, whenever the topic of the Grexit comes up, it is difficult to avoid the name […]