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Meet Bulgaria’s Famous ‘Refugee Hunter’ – Interview With Dinko Valev

"I don't want these people in Bulgaria," Dinko Valev, Bulgaria's renowned "refugee hunter," says of the asylum seekers entering Europe during recent migrant waves. Valev (aka Dinko from Yambol) obtained fame and possibly fortune after he tied up a group of asylum seekers, filmed them lying on the ground and called the police to pick them up.

By |August 30th, 2017|Afghanistan, European Union, Featured, Germany, Iraq, Politics, Syria|

Inside The ‘America First Rally’ In Laguna Beach

By JACLYN SNOW Alt-right rallies sprang up all over the United States last weekend, following on the tail of the terror that occurred in Charlottesville last weekend. I attended one on August 20th in Laguna Beach, California. California is known as a very liberal state, however a study conducted by the Southern Poverty Law Center

By |August 26th, 2017|Featured, United States|

FreeManCast: Afghanistan From The Eyes Of A Journalist-Turned-Refugee

  As U.S. President Trump ramps up the fight in Afghanistan, Afghan journalist-turned-refugee Saboor Nadem disputes U.S. Military reports indicating the Afghan government has control or influence over around 60% of the districts in Afghanistan. Nadem argues that the Taliban has control or influence over the majority of the country. Is Trump's strategy in Afghanistan

By |August 23rd, 2017|Afghanistan, Featured, Podcasts, United States|

Bratislava, Slovakia: Stuck In The Middle Of Europe

Josh Friedman takes you to Bratislava, Slovakia, which is in the middle of Europe geographically and politically. Bratislava is quaint and located between popular European tourists destinations, yet Slovakia is often overlooked as a country, as well as a place to visit. Geographically, Bratislava straddles the Danube River, and it nearly straddles Austria and Hungary.

By |August 21st, 2017|Featured, Travel, Travel Videos|

A Cannabis Revolution Is Taking Place In Lithuania’s Anarchist District

By ROBERTA DOMBROVSKYTE The Vilnius street artists that brought us murals like “the Putin and Trump kiss” and “The party is over” have decided to tell us all the truth about cannabis. On the 15th of August, the assumptions day, the anarchist district Užupis announced it is liberalizing cannabis. The mural was unveiled in a

By |August 19th, 2017|Featured, Guest Opinion|

FreeManCast: Monuments And Milestones In Bulgaria

  On this edition of the FreeManCast, Josh Friedman and Brent Sanders mourn the destruction of Bulgaria's communist 1300 Years monument. After hitting the big Five O, Brent discusses memories and lessons from having spent more than half his life in Bulgaria. In particular, Brent recollects the turbulent 1990s and how the city of Sofia

By |August 11th, 2017|Featured, Podcasts|

7 Awesome Opportunities To Travel Free With Work-Exchange

By JACLYN SNOW You can learn to sail across the sea, swing on vines through a cloud forest, or ride horses into the sunset for free when you are willing to work in exchange for accommodation in your travels! This is my third and final article covering the topic of work-exchange for free/cheap travel. In

By |July 25th, 2017|Featured, Travel, Travel Features|

FreeManCast: The Making Of Fake News And Where The Refugees Came From

  Overtly false news published and packaged for profit. Government propaganda and information warfare. Highly questionable reporting that is accepted as fact and spread by mass media institutions. What exactly is fake news and how is it made? In a FreeManPost podcast, FMP publisher Josh Friedman and editor Brent Sanders look to the small Balkan

By |June 11th, 2017|Europe, Featured, FMP Commentary, Podcasts, Syria|

7 Beautiful Places to Grey Camp This Summer on a Budget

By JACLYN SNOW Grey camping is an opportunity created by the sharing economy which allows people to experience camping on private property with permission of the owner and a small fee, instead of staying at a large-scale popular campsite or totally roughing it in the wild. Grey camping spots all over the world are available

By |June 7th, 2017|Featured, Travel, Travel Features|

Travel-nomics: Top 2017 European Summer Getaways For Americans

Welcome to Europe! By JOSH FRIEDMAN Americans who plan to do some traveling this summer might want to keep an eye on exchange rates, as the dollar has recently dipped in value and could slide further. Following a couple years of a strong dollar — when compared to other fiat currencies — President

By |June 6th, 2017|Featured, Travel, Travel Features|
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