Let's examine connections between the empires of Rome and modern US/UK/Israel to discover possible solutions to restore republic from empire in our world of the present.
Throughout history there has always been a dominant currency. As each empire became the new financial capital of the world, their currency became the most prized and tended to circulate around the globe into even the fringe economies that they may ha
Many observers, including author Roger Stone in his LRC podcast interview with Lew Rockwell today, believe that James Brady was the unfortunate collateral damage of the Bush-engineered assassination attempt on the life of Ronald Reagan.
With this post, I begin a review of the book by Martin Van Creveld: "The Rise and Decline of the State." Best to start with his opening statement in the Preface:
U.S. "Humanitarian" Bombing of Iraq: A Redundant Presidential Ritual
Officials Believed Ally Used Materials Lifted From Pennsylvania Toward a Weapons Program.
From the bestselling Honda Accord, to a piece of Americana with the Ford Mustang, each vehicle has seen multigenerational design shifts. Here's how some of our favorite cars have evolved over the past 50 years.
The Silk Road: The Rise and Fall of the World's Largest Online Black Market.
MIT Media Lab founder Nicholas Negroponte takes you on a journey through the last 30 years of tech.
Explosive Jackie O tapes 'reveal how she believed Lyndon B Johnson killed JFK and had affair with movie star'
Most of today?s Mideast?s problems flowed directly from the diplomatic lynching of Germany at Versailles led by France and Britain. Both of these imperial powers feared Germany?s growing commercial and military power (just as the US today fears China
For most of the last five decades, it has been assumed that the Tonkin Gulf incident was a deception by Lyndon Johnson to justify war in Vietnam.
Why National Security Has Nothing to Do With Security.
69 years ago an all-Christian bomber crew dropped "Fat Man", a plutonium bomb, on Nagasaki, Japan, instantly annihilating tens of thousands of innocent civilians, a disproportionate number of them Japanese Christians, and permanently or mortally woun
And the cover-up in the West
In honor of World War I's centennial this year, The Open University has "colorized" a sample of select photos from the conflict with the help of a photograph restoration expert.
The 100th anniversary of the beginning of World War I is upon us. Well we should mourn this cataclysmic event and continue to draw lessons from it.
Wars should be a tough sell, what with the fact that lots of people tend to die in them.
It's time to party like it's not quite 1999—an era when so many of us were still digital virgins.
The Bay of Pigs, the JFK Assassination, Watergate and the Nixon pardon finally connected- and the dark secrets of Watergate are revealed.
Theodore "Dutch" Van Kirk, the last living crew member of the B-29 Superfortress that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan at the end of World War II, died Monday at his Georgia home at the age of 93, reports The New York Times.
In 2004, a year before Israel's unilateral disengagement from the Gaza Strip, Dov Weissglass, éminence grise to Ariel Sharon, explained the initiative's purpose to an interviewer from Haaretz:
On Dominoes, WMDs And Putin's "Aggression": Imperial Washington Is Intoxicated By Another Big Lie.
Kiev's hastily assembled, post-coup coalitions couldn't hold, and Ukrainian PM Arseniy Yatsenyuk threw in the towel last Thursday.
In history, as in fiction writing, where you decide to start your narrative plays a major role in shaping your story.
Utah attorney Jesse Trentadue claims his brother, Kenneth, was killed during interrogation, in federal custody 19 years ago, because Kenneth resembled the "other suspect" in the OKC Bombing case, John Doe #2.
NEW YORK – In 1956, Britain and France were convinced that Egypt's charismatic nationalist leader, Gamal Abdel Nasser, was threatening what was left of their Mideast and African colonial empires. London branded Nasser, "Hitler on the Nile."
According to the Congressional Budget Office, "Israel is the largest cumulative recipient of U.S. foreign assistance since World War II.
A transcript of the Lew Rockwell Show episode 394 with Roger Stone.
Upstairs, he leads a tour of his art collection. The work is edgy and full of dark action: a photograph of a dancing couple with giant thorns emerging from their backs, a photorealistic painting of a woman jumping through a window, an empty desert la