Fantastically Wrong: One Astronomer’s Quest to Expose the Alien-Built Canals of Mars
The Main Stream media interpretation of the Watergate episode is a fantastic and grotesque distortion of historical truth.
Intelligence analyst William Binney's revelations preceded Edward Snowden's by more than decade. Why didn't anyone listen?
The most succinct statement about how governments get their people to support war came from Hermann Goering at the Nuremberg trials after World War II....
The Chicoms Are Coming! Reflections On The Folly Of The War On Vietnam And Its Progeny
Of the many bridges that span the Seine River, none is more beautiful nor majestic than the Pont Alexandre III. Just south of the splendid Grand Palais, this bridge was named in honor of Russia’s Czar, Alexander III.
A company of federal troops under command of the detestable Colonel Patrick Edward Connor, attacked a village of Shoshones at daybreak, killing at least 300 of them, “including about 90 combatant women and children.”
Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, a middleweight prizefighter who became a civil rights icon, died at the age of 76. The fighter spent nearly 20 years behind bars, falsely convicted of a murder he did not commit. The controversy inspired Bob Dylan to w
A visit to the dystopian Havana that tourists never see
“The two Hindenburg-class airships were passenger carrying rigid airships built in Germany in the 1930s named in honor of Paul von Hindenburg. They were the last such aircraft ever built, and in terms of their length and volume, the largest aircraft
Glenn Greenwald: the explosive day we revealed Edward Snowden's identity to the world
More than 500 years after Christopher Columbus abandoned his Santa Maria on a Caribbean reef, an underwater archaeologist believes he may have discovered the ship's remains off Haiti's north coast. “All the geographical, underwater topography and
One can’t help but look at the situations transpiring around the globe and hope: things are different this time.
Gun Control in the Third Reich: Disarming the Jews and “Enemies of the State” by Stephen P. Halbrook, Independent Institute, 2014, 364 pp.
Recently Arthur Faram, while investigating his Celtic Genealogy, discovered an ancient and historically revealing science.
Stuff They Don't Want You to Know - The Thorium
In Egypt's tomb of Djehutihotep, a wall painting depicts someone pouring water into the sand in front of one of the sledges that hauled the blocks used in the construction of the pyramids.
Fluorescent lights aren't on the top of many people’s favorites list. Ever since they were introduced at the New York World’s Fair in 1939, they've been notorious for their cold, bluish light that is the definition of “uncomplimentary” and accompanie
The horrendous fire in Odessa, killing dozens of ethnic Russians protesting against the U.S.-backed coup regime in Kiev, has lurched the country closer to full-scale civil war and disrupted the American media’s efforts to deny the existence of pro-re
The Best Enemies Money Can Buy From Hitler To Saddam Hussein to Osama bin Laden - Insider Connections and the Bush Family's Partnership with Killers of Americans Brown Brothers, Harriman - BNL- and the Carlyle Group
An Incredibly Ambitious Time Capsule Was Sealed 75 Years Ago Today — Here’s What’s Inside
Toward the end of 1981, nearly a year after Ronald Reagan entered the White House, Sir Nicholas Henderson, the United Kingdom’s ambassador to Washington, wrote an annual review, including his observations of the President, and sent it to the Foreign
Researchers have uncovered one of the key methods the Egyptians used to build the pyramids.
There’s an important point that I think Olsen’s argument supports, although he does not develop it in his book, and it is this: If in 1941 Hawaii was not yet even purporting to be a U.S. state, but was rather an illegally and illegitimately seized te
The end of the gold standard.
Cutting-edge agriculture combines ancient techniques with innovations and extraordinary scale. The result can look like science fiction.
Fifty years ago yesterday, the World’s Fair opened in Flushing Meadows Park in Queens, N.Y.
North to south, the USSR reached from above the Arctic Circle down to the Middle East. Beyond the contiguous empire were Soviet bases from Cam Ranh Bay in Vietnam to Tartus in Syria to Cienfuegos in Cuba. Consider, then, what the last dozen years of
Almost ten years after the friendly fire death of former NFL star turned Army Ranger Pat Tillman, a fellow ranger admits that he may have been the one who fired the fatal shot.
1995 Memo: Clinton Admin Feared Internet's Ability to Democratize News 3 Years Before Drudge Bombshell