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Conference Explores Left’s “Long March Through the Institutions” Takeover

Conference Explores Left’s “Long March Through the Institutions” Takeover

By George Miller On 5-5-19, the American Freedom Alliance (AFA)  “Long March Through the Institutions The Left’s Revolution by Other Means” Conference explored the Left’s ongoing multi-decade takeover attempt of numerous public and private institutions to effect a radical transformation of America. About 200 people participated in the event, held at the Luxe Hotel in Los Angeles. […]

American Freedom Alliance Tackles School Mass Shootings

American Freedom Alliance Tackles School Mass Shootings

By George Miller  There is a major conflict in our nation about how to prevent violence done with firearms. Some blame guns and want to greatly restrict, ban or even eliminate them and/or drastically weaken the U.S. Constitution’s Second Amendment. Others blame poor law enforcement, worse laws, psychotropic drugs, degradation of culture, media glorification of […]

From Gold to Dust….. and back again!

From Gold to Dust….. and back again!

By Karen Siegemund   Our August 20th Conference was a terrific event – we aimed to give people not only a realistic assessment of the “state of the state” of California, but also ideas for how to help turn the state back to the Golden one it had once been – and by all accounts, we did […]

AFA focuses on decline of California, what to do about it

By George Miller Sunday, August 20, 2017, at the AFA (American Freedom Alliance) “From Gold to Dust: The Destruction of California“ event, I watched about two dozen of the finest Conservative speakers in CA summarize the state of the state’s destruction, via segments on education, environmental extremism, hyper-regulation, illegal aliens, and corrupt/wrongheaded politics. Each segment’s description […]

ANNUAL HEROES OF CONSCIENCE AWARD DINNER

ANNUAL HEROES OF CONSCIENCE AWARD DINNER

AFA INVITES YOU TO OUR 10th ANNUAL HEROES OF CONSCIENCE AWARD DINNER Not long after moving back to Southern California a few years ago, I went to my first Heroes of Conscience Dinner, and I was stunned at the quality of the event.  It was elegant, it was intellectually stimulating, and the honorees – Colonel Allen […]