Several years ago we highlighted the work of Leopold Kohr. Kohr was an Austrian Jew who only narrowly escaped the Holocaust.
This is the text of a speech given at the Casey Research Summit, 2014, "Thriving in a Crisis Economy."
The King of Prussia, Frederick II ("the Great"), confessed that he had seized the province of Silesia from the Empress Maria Theresa in 1740 because, as a newcomer to the throne, he had to make a name for himself.
Utilizing a comprehensive array of remote sensing technology and non-invasive geophysical survey equipment, researchers working on the site of Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England have revealed hundreds of previously unknown features buried deep beneath
Scotland could be next.
Today The Future of Freedom Foundation launches a video presentation entitled "Altered History: Exposing Deceit and Deception in the JFK Assassination Medical Evidence," by Douglas P. Horne...
Internet TV is the new thing. Except that it's really old.
Christopher Columbus probably used the map above as he planned his first voyage across the Atlantic in 1492.
The depression that followed the stock-market crash of 1929 took a turn for the worse eight years later, and recovery came only with the enormous economic stimulus provided by the second world war, a conflict that cost more than 60 million lives.
Think you know a lot about cannabis and it's history? Could you relate the 'history of hemp', thousands of years worth of human experience, in just four minutes and twenty seconds?
"Experience hath shewn, that even under the best forms of government those entrusted with power have, in time, and by slow operations, perverted it into tyranny." – Thomas Jefferson
I've just watched for about the third time the 1962 film, The Longest Day, a great action movie on the Allied invasion of Normandy.
Kosminski was an insane Polish Jew who was a suspect in the Jack the Ripper murders. He emigrated to England from Poland in the 1880s and worked as a hairdresser in Whitechapel in the East End of London, where the murders were committed in 1888. From
Rome annihilated Carthage to ensure it would never again rise as a major threat. The Ottomans forever ended Byzantium's glory.
Forty years ago many Americans celebrated the demise of the imperial presidency with the resignation of Richard Nixon.
The success of neoconservative myth-mongering about World War One was brought home to me for the millionth time this weekend as I picked up our borough weekly The Elizabethtown Advocate.
The predictions are cloaked in a welter of abstract, allusive and arcane language. They seem to be stunningly accurate in their prediction of future events (such as the coming of Sun Yat Sen, founder of the Chinese Republic, in 1911). They bid fair t
Over and over again ? throughout the entirety of my adult life, or so it feels ? I have been shown Polish photographs from the beautiful summer of 1939: The children playing in the sunshine, the fashionable women on Krakow streets.
Imagine this scene:
Currency Reform In Ancient Rome.
You may read something here and say to yourself, "That's not correct!". Just keep two things in mind. First, as often is the case, much of what folks know about castles will come from television and movies ?. and those TV castles will always show th
The Tower of Babel story is a fanciful attempt to account for a very real question: What was the first language and why are there now so many of them?
Ziyah Gafić photographs everyday objects?watches, shoes, glasses. But these images are deceptively simple; the items in them were exhumed from the mass graves of the Bosnian War.
In the 13th century, if you wanted to kill a man your best bet was using a battle axe.
Pretend for a minute that it's 1875 and you're a mining engineer whose job it is to figure out how much gold is in them thar hills.
With new debates over gun control, renowned scholar, attorney, and author Stephen P. Halbrook speaks on the explosive findings in his new book, Gun Control in the Third Reich: Disarming the Jews and "Enemies of the State".
Just say the name "Rothschild" and you'll open any conversation up to a world of wealth, power, and dynastic conspiracy theories.
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.
Kim Phuc, the "Napalm(-ed) Girl" forgives Capt who coordinated It, IN Person...on Veteran's Day; Will World forgive NWO Empire?
What else is there to add here, it is simple really: if need i) distraction from domestic scandal, ii) a ready source of emergency offshore oil or pushing US E&P companies to drill , or iii) a script for a Hollywood movie provisionally titled "Wag th