It's hard to argue with success, and this story gets rapt attention, and productive attention, from children in the five year-old range.
Ray McGinnis (Author or the newly released UNANSWERED QUESTIONS: What the September Eleventh Families Asked and the 9/11 Commission Ignored) discusses Two decades after the attacks, 70% of the 9/11 families’ questions asked of their government rema
One day, soon after her first dream, she was talking to her dad at bedtime, and got sad.
A Memorial Tribute to L. Neil Smith on the 35th* Anniversary of the Covenant of Unanimous Consent
Senator Elizabeth Warren is demanding Amazon censor best-selling books because they contain information that challenges the official narrative on coronavirus.
The former head of the U.S. government's secretive UFO program will pen a book for HarperCollins that includes "profound implications for humanity."
Aria was girl of eight years, and she had a dog that she loved, named Ruby. For some reason her dad called the dog Ruby Tuesday, but that wasn't her real name, which was just Ruby.
The next day, the boy went back to his usual problems and activities, but soon he noticed that things had changed. PeopleContinued from Part 4 were looking at him oddly: some with respect, and some, quite surprisingly, with hate in their eyes. He sto
Aldous Huxley (26 July 1894 ?" 22 November 1963) was an English writer and philosopher. He wrote nearly fifty books both novels and non-fiction works--as well as wide-ranging essays, narratives, and poems. In his most famous novel Brave New World (
"I spent most of my time being a high-class muscle-man for Big Business, for Wall Street and for the Bankers. In short, I was a racketeer, a gangster for capitalism." – Major General Smedley Darlington Butler (1881-1940) in his book "War is a
SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk posted an outlandish tweet on Monday in which he references the novel The Guns of August, a 500-page book about the early stages of World War I.
Today, Dr. Anthony Fauci is a household hero to half of America.
It wasn't long before the boy snuck out to the place where his magic box was buried. He went in the middle of a dark, cold, rainy night, so that no one would see what he was doing.
Over time, the boy grew and became busy with a great many problems and activities, as boys tend to do. He had forgotten about his magic box, until one evening, when he walked past the house of a boy he had known all his life.
Warning: Your perception of reality is about to change.
In new book, Ervand Abrahamian says fresh evidence shows the plot to overthrow Mossadegh was thick and a long time in the making.
This is another of those pieces that "wanted to be written," rather than me planning it… but this one some years ago. I've been meaning to make it a stand-alone children's book, but I'll also include it in this collection of lessons in mo
In this compelling defense of the Bible, Dr. Henry Morris presents the theory of evolution as one of Satan's most devastating attacks against the Church.
.... but will they ever be named? The death of paedophile Jeffrey Epstein denied his victims justice and left Ghislaine Maxwell as keeper of his darkest secrets. But a new book investigating the case suggests her trial shouldn't be the end of this
Here is a list of movies and books recommended by Dr Judy Mikovits to educate yourself on the corruption in the vaccine, pharma, and healthcare industry
Keith joined Pete to discuss James Burnham's 1940 book, "The Managerial Revolution," in which he lays out, and even mentions by name, the path business and government were on towards Technocracy.
New book reignites questions about 'series of suspicious events' surrounding the pedophile's death - including the possibility his cellmate was involved
I'm often asked if there are good resources out there for introducing children to the ideas of liberty, economics, self-ownership and other important topics. One book series that I've begun reading with my own children and that I can recommend is
An Interview With Carol Roth Author Carol Roth discusses the winners and losers in the 2020 pandemic lockdowns and how the American Dream can be saved in a wide-ranging interview with FEE.
Dennis Kucinich (Former Congressman; Author; Cleveland, OH Mayoral Candidate) on his new book The Division of Light and Power (about the corruption in politics) - Dr Judy Mikovits: revelations, about Fauci, research, the emotional and physical toll o
New Podcasts - Ernest Hancock and Bob Anderson - Prepping, Energy, Freedom, L Neil Smith - PART 1&2
The Bohemian Grove: Facts & Fiction
"True Cost Accounting for Food: Balancing the Scale," written by farmers, researchers, scientists and other experts, provides a new lens through which to understand the true social, human, economic and environmental costs of food.