During 1939 two extremely open-minded and dedicated men spent a great deal of time trying to come to grips with what one of those men, Frederic Slater, President of the Australian Archaeological and Education Research Society, claimed to be Australia
the fictional character Robert Langdon in Dan Brown's new novel Inferno, and the real-life mysteries surrounding Dante Alighieri, the great Italian poet of the Middle Ages. Is there a hidden layer of meaning in Dan Brown's novel
In 1941 before the United States entered World War II, 300 young Americans were secretly trained to combat the Japanese Air Force in China.
It began as an ordinary purse snatching. On an early Baltimore morning in 1976, a local street thug crouched alongside his green Monte Carlo, pretending to change a flat, biding his time.
The 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, and of the Reverend Martin Luther King’s memorable “I have a dream” speech, is a time for reflections — some inspiring, and some painful and ominous.
Ron Paul Is Auctioning Off His 1979 Chevrolet Chevette That Sent Tip O'Neil Through the Roof
Jay endorsed the federalist view that the states were subordinate to the federal government: he wrote that “the people are the sovereign of this country” and that Georgia wasn’t a sovereign when it came to lawsuits like this one.
How did Hitler finance his rise to power, and it there a similarity to the way the European Union is trying to keep that experiment going?
An expose on the U.S. government's role in the slaughter of tens of thousands of Mexican Roman Catholics fighting for their freedom to simply practice their faith. For naive well-intentioned Catholics who believe that we should always trust the gover
Today, I’d like to look back at an infamous day in our country’s history when four young Black girls were killed by terrorists—terrorists who were their own countrymen.
Fear of Friday the 13th, also known as friggatriskaidekaphobia, plagues our society.
Noam Chomsky, the world-renowned political dissident, linguist and author, weighs in on today's 12th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks and how the civil war in Syria appears destined to permanently break the country apart.
We’ve known how to cure malaria since the 1600s, so why does the disease still kill hundreds of thousands every year?
Using the logic of community organizers, Ivory Tower dwellers and career politicians the process of lobbing cruise missiles into Syria with no plan or endgame is merely punitive punishment, not an act of war! Does that mean the Japanese attack on Pea
The word democracy is held in awe these days. Mention it almost anywhere and you’ll get instant nods of approval.
This first appeared in The Libertarian Forum, Volume XII, NO.5, September-October, 1979
Shameful truth about Hugo Boss's links to the Nazis revealed: As Russell Brand is thrown out of a party for accusing fashion designer of helping Hitler
As they consider further intervention in Syria, Washington policymakers should be aware of the history of previous U.S. involvement there.
After Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s historic and heroic 1967 “Beyond Vietnam” speech, where he opposed the U.S. war in Southeast Asia, he received a barrage of criticism from editorial boards, donors and even other civil rights leaders.
It was 1955 when I came of driving age. What a glorious year on the automotive scene.
New revelations follow 60 years of agency secrecy about event that struck blow against left and progressive forces in Iran
US Still Vying for Iran Regime Change
Film Making and History Chat with Richard Grove and Brett Veinotte
Richard Grove on the Meria Heller Show: Motives Behind the NSA CyberSociety
In August of 1963, the world met a new piece of technology that would go on to change the history of music: the audio cassette tape.
Feeling a bit hot? It may be your temper, or it may be global warming.
And I recall various people solemnly, and no doubt sincerely, informing tourists from Europe and North America this tragic loss was not in vain, as it had set in train the republicanization of the country. A number of people announced quite confident
In this program we’ll discuss how feminism was used as a means to achieve an agenda for a ruling class. We’ll discuss the leading women behind the feminist movement who were communists. What did women really want and what was really accomplished?
45,000 years ago where we, as Cro-Magnon men and women, walked the plains of a stunningly beautiful bygone continent – what one might describe as the “Garden of Eden”. It was a profoundly moving experience with the absolute feeling of joy and at-one-