A few years ago, we highlighted the manly last words of 16 men. Since then, we've discovered many more intriguing, poignant, badass, or just plain virile utterances given right before a man stepped into the abyss of the great beyond. Today we highl
In 1928, northern Brazil was captivated by an enticing bit of news.
Among the youthful Marxist-inspired revolutionary class, an unholy marriage of marxism and Islam was created. The Young Turks, as they became known, sought solidarity throughout the Ottoman Empire. Dhimmis were thus not allowed to own any new propert
Berry season is waning, but the harvest hasn't always been so sweet for the migrant workers who pick the fruit in fields across the United States.
A Greek Nation State Defended by Armed Citizen Militias
Please ignore that I keep saying "blank state" instead of "blank slate". It means the same damn thing doesn't it.
It is Israel's darkest secret ?" or so argues one Israeli journalist ?" in a country whose short history is replete with dark episodes.
In 1911, the first edition of Boys' Life magazine was published. The first several issues included a short-lived section called "Things All Scouts Should Know," which featured short, practical tips for boys at home and out camping.
New information has come to light about thousands of mostly Yemeni children believed to have been abducted in the 1950s
There have been plenty of imitators, but there will only ever be one Elvis Presley. The King of Rock'n'Roll had an impressive garage full of delectable automobiles, from Cadillacs to Rolls-Royces to this one – the BMW 507.
My last two articles, judging from the volume of email I got, were very well received. People want to know how history, like the seasons, tends to happen in cycles and patterns that are somewhat predictable.
David Talbot has written an important book that is destined to become a classic, because it helps us confront the darker aspects of our nation's history.
34 years after trying to assasinate Ronald Reagan in 1981, John Hinckley, Jr will be released from a psychiatric hospital and allowed to live with his mother in Virginia.
A lot has changed since Willys-Overland won the contract to build off-roaders for the US Army in 1941, but the basic Jeep formula has remained largely the same.
As some of you know, I'm an aficionado of ancient history. I thought it might be worthwhile to discuss what happened to Rome and based on that, what's likely to happen to the U.S. Spoiler alert: There are some similarities between the U.S. and Ro
Humanity's first adventures in space were catalyzed by intense competition between two rival nations.
A developer used 80,000 photos to create the time-traveling project
The Egyptian Museum in Cairo is showcasing for the first time the earliest writing from ancient Egypt found on papyrus, detailing work on the Great Pyramid of Giza, antiquities officials said Thursday.
The British Intelligence decrypts over 13 months 1942-3 give daily totals of people entering and leaving the camps. There were messages directly intercepted because the German codes had been broken, without them knowing this.
The issue of racial profiling by police briefly grabbed the attention of the press in June of 1999 when New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman fired the head of the state police after he accused blacks and Hispanics of being more likely to be dru
The greatest geek who ever lived was born 160 years ago today.
People in the Holocaust establishment believe that truth is what they want to believe. They will always endeavor to undermine historical-factual debate about what really happened.
As I was writing my new book on TWA Flight 800 --TWA 800: The Crash, The Cover-Up, The Conspiracy, now available wherever you buy books -- I wondered how Hillary Clinton's success would affect the book's.
Your translation of Meditations is more accessible than other earlier translations. Did you set out to do that on purpose or is this how Aurelius intended it? I think different translations reflect different aspects of the original, like looking a