Description:You've heard of his uncle Sigmund, so how come you've never heard of him?
Lost city of Alexander the Great is found in Iraq using US spy footage of the area captured in the 1960s
President Trump is keeping his promise to cut regulations and is on a course to top former President Reagan's record of slashing the mountain of red tape created by Jimmy Carter, according to two independent reports.
You've heard of his uncle Sigmund, so how come you've never heard of him? In this classic episode from The Corbett Report archives James dishes the dirt on Edward Bernays, Freud's American nephew. Learn how to break societal taboos, get the pub
Much of America, including yours truly, has been watching the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) series, 'Vietnam.'
On the road again: Fascinating photographs reveal the unknown history of the hard-working American hobo who lived by a strict moral code and traveled the country in search of honest jobs and freedom
Steve Bannon's September 10, 2017 60 Minutes sparked considerable discussion among both the left and the right. Bannon is always good for that.
The Libertarian Forum, edited by Murray N. Rothbard from 1969 to 1984, had a small -- even tiny -- circulation but it forged the intellectual edifice known as libertarianism.
South Pacific landmass may have been closer to land level than once thought, providing pathways for animals and plants
Investigators have long speculated that the so-called "Deep State" is withholding critical information regarding the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy -- and on Oct. 26 they may get one step closer to finding out the truth, thank
Using the moonlight to guide her, Vigo descends up to 15m below the surface to reach a series of secluded underwater coves and grassy lagoons that the women in her family have kept secret for the past 24 generations. She then uses a tiny scalpel to c
One of the most hyped "events" of American television, The Vietnam War, has started on the PBS network.
The real U.S. Constitution, which was scrapped long ago, does not permit judges to be its final interpreters, executive orders, coercion of the people of a State by the federal government, delegation of control of the currency to a private banking ca
It's hard to imagine any of this nowadays, but if you were for income tax cuts in the 1970s you were an oddball. Neither Democrats nor Republicans were in favor of reductions in the tax burden. Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Bush both said tax cuts
From 1700 to the present, fully ten million Irish men, women and children left Ireland and settled abroad. Remarkably, this figure is more than twice the population of the Republic of Ireland today (4.8 million). It exceeds the population of the isla
To ensure the continued security of the Isles, a forward thinking Prime Minister by the name of Henry John Temple or more colloquially, Lord Palmerston, opportunistically took advantage of the London Conference of 1830 which was called to address the
We are just as deluded that our model of living in 'countries' is inevitable and eternal. Yes, there are dictatorships and democracies, but the whole world is made up of nation-states. This means a blend of 'nation' (people with common attrib
Did our hunter-gatherer ancestors have it better?
"You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that is it's an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before." Rahm Emanuel, an American politician, was talking about politics when he said this. But he may as well
The research covered some 42,400 camps and ghettos across Europe, and also included forced-labour camps and Nazi "care" centres where pregnant women were forced to have an abortion or had their child killed right after giving birth. It also drew in
Ghostly graveyard of 60 perfectly preserved ancient shipwrecks is found by climate scientists at the bottom of the Black Sea
Necessity is the mother of invention, right? Well, not always.
Jack Davis for Western Journalism reports, Conservative commentator Bill O'Reilly said Thursday that the student assault on a statue of University of Virginia founder Thomas Jefferson is proof that America's very heritage is under attack.
Karol Cariola called the US-backed 1973 coup against President Salvador Allende "one of the most painful and difficult moments" of history.
Accurate geographical and cartographical information concerning the continent of Antarctica has only really been uncovered since AD 1822. However, in direct contradiction, ancient maps reveal Antarctica completely free of glaciation thousands of year
Newly declassified CIA files seem to confirm certain FBI documents related to Adolf Hilter, which claimed the Nazi Fuehrer escaped Germany and took up residence in South America after World War II.
Roman author by the name of Pliny the Elder stated that the ancient Atlantean civilization fled to the Himalayas after catastrophic events swiped over their capital city. Eventually, the Atlantean's dug into our planet where they currently live, fa
Kafka's The Trial can be read in retrospect as a prelude to the Twentieth/Twenty-First century. Although probably not written as prophecy, Kafka's short unfinished book nevertheless provides a road map to the terrors of the current Surveillance S
Because if you really think about it, in an extremely disturbing and distressing sense, the Nazis won the war. Goebbels admits that militarily, Nazi Germany had lost the war. It was utterly crushed by the might of the world's three strongest power