Time has really flown over the last four years. It seems like yesterday since the AT’s first article on why the NSA is just and necessary, and so many things have happened since. We’ve moved from the AT’s limited wordpress.com format with a squashed comments section, to the new professional news format. We’ve hired a star team of accredited journalists, including Pbier, Rich, BLM, Trav777 and many others, and introduced a state of the art flagging system which reports speech offenders directly to Homeland Security.
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A highlight of the past few years has to be our endorsement of presidential candidate for Guinea, Abu Berete, which was our first major political endorsement after Hillary Clinton. Abu continues to campaign hard in preparation for the 2020 Guinean elections, and we at the AT will continue to do whatever we can to make his vision for Guinea a reality.
Another highlight has to be our exclusive interview with PropOrNot, which is the only such interview in existence, except for a telephone interview with The New Yorker. PropOrNot made it clear that although Trump’s actions in Syria were a move in the right direction, they in no way disprove his Russian ties, which is the same conclusion we had come to at the AT.
I’d like to say a big thank you to all of our readers and commenters for your loyalty and for sticking with us through both Russian hacking and persecution by the Trump administration. We look forward to many more exciting years ahead! Viva la progress!