The grainy image said to show Hitler with his lover[Globo] The evil dictator fled to Paraguay, via Argentina, before settling in a small town in the state of Mato Grosso, Brazil, according to a shocking new book. Hitler is said to have used the a
Throughout the 18th century, for example, France was the greatest superpower in Europe, if not the world.
In just 800 words Pat Buchanan exposes the sheer juvenile delinquency embodied in Washington's current Ukrainian fiasco.
With all the condemnatory rhetoric in the Western news media regarding the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine, the press and political commentators have been utterly silent on a now almost-forgotten episode 26 years ago that
The other night, I saw George Orwells's 1984 performed on the London stage.
The time the United States blew up a passenger plane—and tried to cover it up.
Balance: The Economics of Great Powers from Ancient Rome to Modern America
Last week, 20 people met in London to discuss how they were going to take over control of the internet.
This sounds like something out of a Dan Brown book, but it isn't: The whole Internet is controlled by seven actual, physical keys.
On June 5, 1989, one day after China's government began violently cracking down on protestors in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, a lone man, dressed in black pants and a white shirt, decided to take action against an approaching line of military tanks, e
People rightly have a fear of government, but when you look at the track record, something becomes rather obvious. Government can restrict our options but ultimately cannot control our volition. A persistent desire to live free triumphs over all atte
The monstrous euegenics movement, based on the idea of Charles Darwin's cousin Francis Galton, was dominant in intellectually circles in the United States from 1900 to World War II, and it survived legally until the mid–1970s.
The trouble with sectarians, whether they be libertarians, Marxists, or world-governmentalists, is that they tend to rest content with the root cause of any problem and never bother themselves with the more detailed or proximate causes.
It is difficult to pinpoint exactly when it happened, but clear evidence can be seen at least in the aftermath of World War II.
Iran Air Flight 655 was an Iran Air civilian passenger flight from Tehran to Dubai that was shot down by the United States Navy guided missile cruiser USS Vincennes on 3 July 1988.
Shooting down passenger planes, while uncommon, is not unprecedented. The United States itself was once responsible for shooting down a civilian airliner with 290 people on board — including 66 children.
VT is publishing this material in an attempt to address extremely serious national security threats right here at home that we have been writing about for years. The sad state of our situation does not come as any news to VT readers.
If you ever find yourself vacationing in the western Pacific, I highly recommend swinging by Yap Island, home of one of the most bizarre forms of money in history.
"Is today a patriotic holiday of some kind?"
A speech by an ex-MI6 boss hints at a plan going back over a decade.
"In which John Green returns to teaching World History!
The first big wave of embracing a liberal international economic order — relatively free trade, rising international capital flows and rapidly growing global economic integration — resulted in something remarkable.
On July 11, 1804, two leading U.S. politicians overreacted to personal insults between them.
The first big wave of embracing a liberal international economic order - relatively free trade, rising international capital flows and rapidly growing global economic integration - resulted in something remarkable.
Forbidden Book: Douglas Valentine's "The Phoenix Program: America's Use of Terror in Vietnam"
Thomas Jefferson, the author of America's July 4, 1776 Declaration of Secession from the British empire, was a lifelong advocate of both the voluntary union of the free, independent, and sovereign states, and of the right of secession.
MIT Media Lab founder Nicholas Negroponte takes you on a journey through the last 30 years of tech.
All too often the 'honest brokers' mediating negotiations agree with our occupiers that the destructive spread of settlements is not on occupied land.