How Hitler used Universal Healthcare in Holocaust
Archaeologists have discovered the tomb of a leading Ancient Egyptian beer brewer.
IBM unleashed the world’s first computer hard disk drive in 1956.
Film left in Antarctic for 100 years coudn't be developed, right? Wrong.
A new study examines the evidence for fuzz on non-avian dinosaurs.
A slur such as this would be considered unthinkable if it were uttered against any other class or race of people except the descendants of White slavery. Dicks’ remark is not only offensive, it is ignorant and false. Most of Australia’s “convicts” we
Despite the best efforts of 330RAMP CAPITAL, US equity indices ended the first trading day of the year with the biggest loss (on that day) since 2008.
As 2013 draws to a close, let’s pause to recall some important developments for the cause of liberty – some of which you already know well, and others you’ll be hearing about for the first time.
The fifth anniversary of Zero Hedge is just around the corner, and so, for the fifth year in a row we continue our tradition of summarizing what you, our readers, found to be the most relevant, exciting, and actionable news of the year, determined ob
The snail mail monopoly is raising rates again.
Pakistan, surprisingly, was founded on the idea of religious tolerance. On Dec. 25, a divided nation remembers the man whose vision of a secular state didn't materialize.
Alan Turing, a British code-breaker during World War II who was later subjected to chemical castration for homosexual activity, has received a royal pardon nearly 60 years after he committed suicide.
Christmas is a time of traditions. If you have found time in the rush before Christmas to decorate a tree, you are sharing in a relatively new tradition.
The compact automatic rifle that Stalin’s engineers unveiled in 1947 didn’t look like much of a gun.
If the name "Gitan" is given in France to all of the populations of gypsy origin, it legitimately only belongs to one sole group, by far the most numerous and the most established in Saintes Maries de la Mer. Spain had been for a long time their fa
There is not a lot of art on the Moon. Astronauts have left behind flags and photographs, but almost nothing with the specific intention of placing an artistic object on the lunar surface. The one exception was this 3.5 inch tall aluminum statue of a
It would seem the CIA has gone back into their archives, blown the dust off the Phoenix Program, and put it into play again as the “Drone War.”
Does modern life ever feel excruciatingly flat to you? A bleak landscape devoid of layers, rhythm, interest, texture?
Alternative (or more accurately, sequentially parallel) states of existence have been discussed in openly allegorical or hermeneutic (structured) terms for thousands of years by both mystics and more metaphysically orientated philosophers, by virtue
Today is the 240th anniversary of the act of civil disobedience against taxation, corporatism, and colonialism known as the Boston Tea Party. The economics of the situation that precipitated the event were quite complex, however, and about more than
The “Black Jesus.” That’s what the late Nelson Mandela was called by many South Africans, who greeted his death last week with intense national mourning.
This first appeared in The Libertarian Forum, Volume X, NO.6, June, 1977
The American public could never imagine a president with a communist bent to bring a corporate fascist dictatorship to their beloved republic. That is why he was chosen by the Bilderberg Group in 2008.
Leni Riefenstahl thru the synergy of graphic imagery and powerful music was able to portray the Nazi Regime of the 1930s in a magnificent light that swayed millions to its cause. Now it is possible to use the synergy of timeless music and digitally r
Are you curious what it was like to be a Japanese American citizen after Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese Imperial Navy on December 7, 1942? This video will show you how Japanese Americans were processed at Santa Anita Racetrack, and shipped
Alan Kay was in Utah and he was sick, but he needed to go. “I had to fight with my girlfriend,” he remembers, “but there was no way I was going to miss it.” He hopped a Western Airlines flight to San Francisco, and when he settled ......
“The U.S.-Japan Mutual Security Treaty of 1960 obligates the United States to treat any armed attack against any territories under the administration of Japan as dangerous to [America's] own peace and safety.
He has traveled the world in search of unique and unexplained findings. Intrepid and unrelenting, he is on a mission to bring to the eye of the public such finds as giant bones, crystal skulls, carvings and sculptures in forms that do not fit into th
WELCOME to MacCamelot. King Arthur was a Scottish, pre-Christian warlord whose remains are buried on Iona, according to a new book by a Scots historian. Author Adam Ardrey claims that instead of the romantic English king of legend who lived at Cam
No, the 1989 Exxon-Valdez spill doesn’t make the list.