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FBI: More People Murdered with Fire Than in Mass Shootings

FBI: More People Murdered with Fire Than in Mass Shootings

According to FBI crime statistics and the bureau’s recent study on “active shooter” incidents (ACIs) in the US, far more people are murdered with fire than are killed in mass shootings. Moreover, the number of people killed each year with “personal weapons,” such as “feet” and “fists,” nearly eclipses the number of people killed in […]

Gun Control

How Gun Control Made England The ‘Most Violent Country In Europe’

By AWR Hawkins | Gun control in Britain passed in stages, beginning just after World War I and continuing in a reactionary fashion with increasing strictness through the 1990s. When the final stage arrived in 1997, and virtually all handguns were banned via the Firearms Act, the promise was a reduction in crime and greater […]

Graig Meyers

White Anglophobe Lawmaker ‘Ashamed He Is White’

A Democratic state lawmaker from North Carolina is raising eyebrows with comments indicating he’s ashamed of his own “whiteness.” “Just when you thought Chapel Hill couldn’t get any kookier along comes THIS GUY,” wrote Brant Clifton of the Daily Haymaker blog in a column about lawmaker Graig Meyer. Meyer, described on the blog as “um, […]

Immigration Record

Immigration Has Reached Record High

The Washing Examiner writes that the U.S. immigrant population has reached a record 41.3 million, according to new U.S. Census Bureau data crunched by a group that advocates for a low immigration rate. The Center for Immigration Studies said in a report released early Thursday that 2013 census data indicate one in six adults in […]

William Johnson, Atty.

William D. Johnson, Chairman

William D. Johnson, J.D., is an international corporate lawyer practicing in Los Angeles, CA. He holds both an undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University, where he majored in Japanese, and a law degree from Columbia University. He has been married for 30 years and has five children. As Chairman of the American Third Position, he […]

Paul Fromm

Paul Fromm, Advisor

Paul Fromm is AFP’s contact in Canada. Paul Fromm earned his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees in English Language and Literature from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Education at the University of Toronto. He did post graduate work at Webster College in St. Louis, Missouri and Waterloo University in […]

Kevin MacDonald, Ph.D.

Kevin B. MacDonald, Director

Kevin B. MacDonald, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology at California State University, Long Beach. MacDonald is the author of seven books on evolutionary psychology and child development and is the author or editor of over thirty academic articles. He received his B.A. from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1966, and he received an M.S. […]

Tom Sunic

Tom Sunic, Director

Tom Sunic, Ph.D. (, is a former professor of political science, a scholar, a prolific writer and an accomplished linguist in Croatian, English, French and German. A number of themes emerge in his books and numerous essays: religion, cultural pessimism, race, liberalism, democracy, multiculturalism and communism. From the vantage point of a European-American observer who […]

Dianne Feinstein

Feinstein’s Assault Weapons Ban Didn’t Work

Though her ban on certain styles of rifles lapsed a decade ago, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.) continues to push for its reinstatement and tout its effectiveness. A new fact-check from Pro Publica found Feinstein’s Clinton-era assault weapons ban had no noticeable effect on crime. In the ten years since the federal assault weapons ban […]

The Case for Proportional Representation vs. Winner Take All

The Case for Proportional Representation vs. Winner Take All

Nearly all elections in the United States are based on the winner-take-all principle: voters for the candidate who gets the most votes win representation; voters for the other candidates win nothing. This system is unjust and unnecessary. It is unjust because it leaves minorities (whether racial or political) unrepresented. As John Stuart Mill said, “It […]

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