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AFPF Partners with Retired Border Patrol Chief

The Americans for Prosperity Foundation is proud to partner with Retired Border Patrol Chief Chris Clem to talk about the border crises. We are bringing him around the country to meet with residents, local leaders, and state leaders to explain the reality at our border.

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New federal memos raise concern over social media censorship and free speech online

Newly disclosed documents reveal federal officials believe they have the authority to police speech online. On September 22, Fox News broke the news that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security privately argued the agency has the authority to censor “misinformation” — in direct contradiction to the agency’s public remarks and despite DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas…

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AFP Foundation Opens Investigation into Administration’s ANWR Lease Sale Cancelation

ANCHORAGE, AK — Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFP Foundation) filed three Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests seeking information on the Biden administration’s unprecedented and unlawful cancellation of oil and gas leases in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR). The lease sales were lawfully awarded and required by federal law.  A previous AFP Foundation investigation…

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AFP Foundation Travels to Iowa to talk about Border Security

Joined by Border Chief Chris Clem (Retired), our team travelled through out Iowa to have a conversation with local residents and leaders about how we can secure our southern border while still allowing for commerce and legal immigration. Starting in Spencer Iowa on Sunday and ending in Ottumwa on Friday, eleven events were held over…

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Activists Are Using the FCC to Target Political Enemies

AFP Foundation Senior Policy Analyst David Voorman recently published this piece for National Review, discussing the chilling impact of using government to end freedom of speech. Read the article at National Review’s site here. The Federal Communications Commission recently opened a public-comment period about whether the agency should renew the broadcast license of a local…

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Shedding light on urgent immigration issues at the Mexican border

We recently invited more than 70 individuals from various parts of the country to McAllen, Texas, to find out if their assumptions about the U.S.-Mexico border matched reality.  Al Bouldin, a small business owner from Greensboro, North Carolina, was excited about the opportunity to learn from AFPF and its team of experts. “I figured it would…

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How the Phoenix VA scandal became a catalyst for reforming veterans’ health care

Our partners at Concerned Veterans for America Foundation regularly discuss ideas that impact foreign policy that we want to share with you. Please continue to their site to read their entire piece at the link below In early 2014, the media began reporting on delayed and mismanaged care at the Department of Veterans Affairs. The scandal…

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The war in Afghanistan: Justified at first; a disaster in the end

Our partners at Concerned Veterans for America Foundation regularly discuss ideas that impact foreign policy that we want to share with you. Please continue to their site to read their entire piece at the link below The Afghanistan War was the longest war in American history. Launched in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terror…

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The Iraq War was a blunder from the start. Here’s why.

Our partners at Concerned Veterans for America Foundation regularly discuss ideas that impact foreign policy that we want to share with you. Please continue to their site to read their entire piece at the link below The Iraq War will go down in history as one of the worst mistakes in U.S. foreign policy. Despite…

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