Photographs have played a crucial role in shaping perceptions of nuclear weapons and nuclear energy.
Documents show Washington backing of regime change is a major problem
I was interviewed on October 4, 2015 by Dr. V Ravi Chandran on Global FM Radio & HDTV Live (interview was broadcast live). You may view the 1-hour video in his archive:
Many people thought Oliver Stone's days of rankling the establishment were over. Many people were wrong.
To understand where society is headed, it is necessary to understand where we are coming from.
As Richard Grove continues production on his current documentary film project, The Future of Freedom, we're pleased to present a recent step in progress in the form of this multi-hour interview with author Patrick Wood, examining the history, conte
With Europe's immigrant crisis coming to a head and similar events having played out in the United States last summer, it should be clear that what's happening is an orchestrated detonation of First World nations.
When they reached Fort Hall in what would eventually be known as southeast Idaho, the leaders of the Oregon-bound Elijah Utter wagon train believed that the most dangerous part of their trek was behind them.
When the the second atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki on August 9, 1945, 15-year-old Do-oh Mineko was working inside a Mitsubishi factory, eagerly awaiting her lunch break.
Another American election cycle is upon us, and large numbers of people are lining up to pour their time and money into the sewer of politics, to be lost forever.
One of the great voices for personal liberty was that of the British economist and political philosopher, John Stuart Mill. His essay, "On Liberty," though penned well over 150 years ago, is a classic statement that the individual should be respected
One of the great changes of the last fifty years is that broad populations have lost their respect for politicians. Such changes can have profound effects. Without legitimacy, it's only a matter of time before an empire fails.
Murray Peshkin is standing in the crater of the first nuclear bomb, squinting out under a floppy-brimmed fishing hat. The last time he was here, it was 1945, shortly after the Gadget exploded in the New Mexico desert. Murray was working on the Manhat
5 Huge Conspiracy Theories That Turned Out To Be True
Seven decades ago, the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. It almost instantly leveled most of the city and killed as many as 140,000 people
Our nation has been profoundly damaged by a lack of civility and courage in Washington, where leaders of both parties have abdicated their responsibility to forge reasonable compromises to expand the economy, rebuild our infrastructure, improve schoo
Creator of the Liberty Dollar and persecuted by the Government, Bernard von NotHaus knows a thing or two about the history which preceded the War on Terror. Bernard was kind enough to give me his advocation of my History Blueprint, a work expressing
August 6, 2015, is the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, a civilian city that had minimal military value, despite the claims of President Truman when he announced the event to the American people.
Under the original Coinage Act of 1792, drafted by Alexander Hamilton, the penalty for debasing a coin was death.
The American experience in Vietnam was a long and painful one for the nation.
Quotation: "If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their ch
We call the war of 1861 the Civil War. But is that right?
Supreme Allied Commander. Head of the American Occupation Zone in Germany. Chief of Staff. President of Columbia University. Supreme Commander of NATO. President of the United States of America.
Although the memory has faded in recent years, during much of the second half of the twentieth century the name "Tokyo Rose" ranked very high in our popular consciousness, probably second only to "Benedict Arnold" as a byword for American tre
The Bonnie Blue Flag was the flag of the short-lived Republic of West Florida of 1810.....
Peter Schiff: We Are All Slaves
There have been many books written about the assassination of President Kennedy, so many, generating so much bewildering debate, in fact, that many people have given up trying to understand the event and its significance.
The candidates are asked a question about the children of Illegal Immigrants attending public schools in 1980(!).
One third of Americans have no idea what The First Amendment to the Bill of Rights is, according to a study undertaken by the Newseum Institute.
An early draft of the Declaration of Independence had a 'progressive and racist' paragraph that mentioned slavery