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Declassified only three years ago, show that even after America had entered the war and when there was already significant information about the Nazis' plans and policies, Prescott Bush worked for and profited from companies closely involved with the

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ericmargolis.com

I observed, “A war that fails to achieve clear political objectives is merely an exercise in violence and futility.” Having covered 14 conflicts as a war correspondent and the Mideast, I’ve seen a lot of violence and futility.

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arclein

eclined, but he kept blasting Castro and Communism in very colorful terms the whole time he was in the store. He returned the next day, snarled out a few more anti-Castroisms and dropped off his training manual for the anti-Castro fight, Guidebook fo

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ZeroHedge.com

An examination and understanding of history would have revealed that we have been here before. We were here in 1773. We were here in 1860. We were here in 1929. We are here again. The Fourth Turning has returned in its predictable cycle, just as...

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arclein

Danish researchers have concluded that all blue-eyed people share a common ancestor, presumably someone who lived 6,000 to 10,000 years ago. Blue eyes are a recessive gene to some extent. The genetics of eye color are complicated, and color is determ

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mises.org

Each year at this time school children all over America are taught the official Thanksgiving story, and newspapers, radio, TV, and magazines devote vast amounts of time and space to it. It is all very colorful and fascinating. It is also very deceivi

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AP

Turkey's prime minister has apologized for the first time for the killings of 14,000 people in a bombing and strafing campaign to crush a Kurdish rebellion in the 1930s. The apology comes at tense time for relations between Turkey and its minority Ku

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arclein

First Tamar, an apparent Canaanite and apparent prostitute, who apparently seduces her father-in-law and becomes an ancestress of Jesus--- apparently through incest. I just said “apparently” four times. I’ll clarify that later. Second Rahab, who

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arclein

At the time, the Yellow Emperor rode on the Yellow Dragon together with more than seventy officials—they rose up to heaven in broad daylight, having successfully achieved enlightenment.

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The Daily Bell

We've written a good deal about the directed history we're seeing as regards Occupy Wall Street. We think that the movement has been set up to be divisive and ultimately to reinforce the power of the state. Out of chaos ... order.

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LRC Blog (Lew Rockwell Blog)/Lawrence Vancevie

"The tragedy of Vietnam is not that 'we' did not win it. It is that Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, and their people were so presumptuous as to think that Vietnam was theirs to dispose of."

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Butler Shaffer via lewrockwell.com

Many of the signs and comments of participants in the varied "Occupy Wall Street" demonstrations reflect this confusion between the impersonal nature of markets and the politically-enforced interests of marketplace participants.

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arclein

The Jewish New Yorker who has made it his life’s work to clear the name of Pope Pius XII of being anti-Semitic says he believes the wartime pontiff actually went undercover to save the lives of Jews in Rome.

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www.wired.com/underwire

Fewer than 10 minutes of that crucial videotaped conversation made it into Triumph of the Nerds: The Rise of Accidental Empires, but the rest — believed to be lost in shipping — is now heading for movie theaters Nov. 16 and 17.

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LewRockwell.com

And bloggers aren’t the first to realize that lists are an important historic tradition for holding people’s attention and getting an important point across. Here are 10 other lists that have changed the course of history.

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LewRockwell.com/Bob Bauman

A dictatorship in America would arrive largely unnoticed and insidiously, with the pretense of a free democracy intact. The prerequisites would be that the executive, legislative, and judicial functions would be in the hands of one party, headed by a

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Terrence Aym

In one of those odd quirks of history, World War II and the 70 million lives lost could have been averted if, on a fateful day during 1919, a young Irishman had let Adolf Hitler die … Instead he unwittingly saved the life of Germany's future Führer.

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