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Las Vegas Review Journal/Vin Surpynowicz

...the first years of the 19th century, Robert Fulton developed the first commercially successful steamship -- not because government dictated it should happen, but because of clever men trying to invent things that could make them money by solving e

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arclein

The diary of Friedrich Kellner "'All Minds Blurred and Darkened' Diaries 1939-1945" came to prominence thanks to the intervention of the elder former U.S. President George Bush. Filled with scathing commentaries on events, newspaper clippings an

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YouTube.com

With the heavy smell of a false flag event in the air, I give you the final version of this video. This video is meant as a warning against being led into war by our leaders.

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arclein

Columbus, a self-taught man, greatly underestimated the Earth's circumference. He also thought Europe was wider than it actually was and that Japan was farther from the coast of China than it really was. For these reasons, he figured he could reach

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Terrence Aym

"The biggest revelation is an authenticated secret German document which lists Hitler as one of the passengers evacuated by plane from Austria to Barcelona on April 26, 1945." - Although official history contends Hitler committed suicide with his n

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 For a proposed amendment to be added to Constitution two-thirds of the members of Congress must vote for it and three fourths of the states must approve of it. At the time the amendment was proposed in 1810 there were only 17 states and ratifi

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 In March of 1861 there were 34 states. When seven of the Southern States seceded there were 27 States and a total of 54 Senators available to convene a quorum. There were 238 Representatives and only 33 walked out. With 205 Representatives avai

Letters to the Editor • Global
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NY Times

In 1941, a Nazi torpedo tore a hole in a British merchant ship carrying a fortune in silver to England from India. The ship was part of a convoy headed for Liverpool, but it went down about 300 miles southwest of Ireland, disappearing in icy waters n

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mises.org

Albert Jay Nock wrote one of the first American books of World War I Revisionism — revising the received story of why WWI began. As a lover of history, what I find particularly fascinating about his book The Myth of a Guilty Nation is not whether thi

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by Murray N. Rothbard via LewRockwell.com

During the 1930s, the Rockefellers pushed hard for war against Japan, which they saw as competing with them vigorously for oil and rubber resources in Southeast Asia and as endangering the Rockefellers' cherished dreams of a mass "China market" for p

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blog.mises.org

The Gilded Age, lasting from 1865 to World War I, was an era of economic growth never before seen in the history of the world. The standard of living of the modern age was born during this time of phenomenal transition. Lives lengthen. Wealth explode

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http://historyunfolding.blogspot.com/

For the past 34 years I have been a historian of international and domestic politics, as well as an authority on some of the more famous criminal cases in American history. For the past five years I have been using this space to comment on current ev

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arclein

After sixty years we have a large body in individual UFO sighting that include sightings of the non human operators and which confirms a magnetic field exclusion technology able to explain all the observed behavior. A Roswell incident today would

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arclein

The Greithanners, from the town of Glonn near Munich, are the owners of a strange subterranean landmark. A labyrinth of vaults known as an "Erdstall" runs underneath their property. It is at least 25 meters (82 feet) long and likely stems from th

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