The Spanish-American War was caused by three people: Teddy Roosevelt, Henry Cabot Lodge, and William Randolph Hearst.
School Takes Field Trip to Hemp Plant | West Bend Journal / Thursday, March 22, 1945
A camera claimed to have been used on the moon's surface sold for almost $1 million in Austria Saturday (March 22), despite concerns about its history.
NATO Warplanes Killed 500 Civilians in Attack
Exactly 15 years ago, on March 24, NATO began its 78-day bombing of Yugoslavia.
The Spanish-American War was caused by three people: Teddy Roosevelt, Henry Cabot Lodge, and William Randolph Hearst. The war, which killed a number of Spaniards and Americans, including some prominent Harvard “Swells,” was based entirely on lies and
CNBC’s Rick Santelli used his “Santelli Exchange” segment on March 14th to highlight the wisdom of Hazlitt’s Economics in One Lesson written in 1946.
We all know the conspiracy theories — the government's plan for 9/11, the second gunman who shot JFK, the evolution of the elite from a race of blood-drinking, shape-shifting lizards.
"Part of the way with LBJ" was how antiwar activists described their lukewarm endorsement of Johnson when he ran against the right-wing Republican Barry Goldwater in 1964. They gave Johnson grudging support for his growing embrace of civil rights a
Michael Collins and the Eight Hundred Year Occupation: Did A Non-State Soldier Defeat a Global Empire on Bloody Sunday on 21 November 1920?
Reflect on the liberation of Ireland at the beginning of the twentieth century as a demonstration project of how it is done. Michael Collins would play a larger than life role in bringing this divorce in the court of world opinion and rubbing the Eng
“We will never know the truth,” Shalev cautions, sitting in the offices of Highlight Films, the video production company he and Weschler run in Bnei Brak. “But there is enough evidence to build an alternative theory about what happened to Hitler.”
We want to believe.
This moss was around at the dawn of the Roman Republic.
As with many etymologies, the exact root of this word is difficult to say with one hundred percent certainty.
Secret societies like the Illuminati and the Freemasons always seem to get the limelight.
Stephen Lendman (Progressive businessman, writer) gives insight on the situation in the Ukraine - Christine Kinealy (Professor of Irish History in the Caspersen School of Graduate Studies at Drew University) on the Irish Famine
The first practical steam powered aircraft was demonstrated by the Besler Brothers on April 12, 1933 over Oakland California. It was powered by a steam boiler that was so quiet that spectators on the ground could hear the pilot calling to them. 10 g
In 1984, NASA sent astronaut Bruce McCandless floating farther from the safety of a spacecraft than anyone had ever been, or has since been. It was a test of the Manned Maneuvering Unit, a system designed to allow astronauts to float freely in space.
“Ukraine, a new and important space on the Eurasian chessboard, is a geopolitical pivot because its very existence as an independent country helps to transform Russia. Without Ukraine, Russia ceases to be a Eurasian empire.” — Zbigniew Brzezinski
Many Americans have trouble understanding modern Russia or leader Vladimir Putin. That’s in good part because they have little or no understanding of Russia’s history or geopolitics.
Happy Pi Day! It's March 14, or 3/14, matching the first three digits of π.
He selected a few words, which appear to label drawings, judging by their position or prominence. He then compared the symbols in these words with the name of the pictured item in other languages. Bax likens this to techniques used in decoding Egypti
From 1978-1995, no magazine looked to the future as excitedly as Omni.
Battlefield artists were once the only way to capture what really happened in war.
71 years ago today, 3 young persons – in their early twenties – were guillotined by the Nazi regime following a hurry-up trial for “high treason.” Their offense was distributing leaflets informing the German people of the criminal acts – particularly
According to the Independent, Hitchcock’s documentary on the Holocaust was mothballed to the Imperial War Museum, much like the fictional Ark of the Covenant was at the conclusion of Steven Spielberg’s, Raiders of the Lost Ark. Upon discovering Hitc
In the thick of the Cold War, the Soviet Union built a revolutionary transport vessel that was bigger than any plane and faster than any ship. It was also capable of carrying nuclear warheads.
Many people doesn’t know, and didn’t even heard about these famous abandoned places. Many of these places are really something amazing, but they are also really sad when you take a closer look at them. On the folowing list, you can see , abandoned sh
In the 19th century, gentlemen used calling cards to formally introduce themselves to new acquaintances and to call upon friends and relatives in a dignified way.