Tag Archives: History

Arms Identification – German Missiles in the Hands of the Islamic State

September 1, 2014 By Eliot Higgins After the captured of Tabqa airbase in Syria, by the Islamic State last week a number of photographs were posted online showing the weapons captured at the airbase. These included many weapons seen elsewhere … Continue reading

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Devout Muslims in Key Positions in the White House

Look at this picture then the position details below: Arif Alikhan – Devout Muslim, Assistant Secretary for Policy Development for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Mohammed Elibiary – Homeland Security Adviser Elibiary appeared at a conference honoring Ayatollah Khomeini, has … Continue reading

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The Communist Goals

The communist goals were entered into the Congressional record by Albert Herlong, Jr.  (a Floridian who served in Congress from 1949-69 Congressional Record–Appendix, pp. A34-A35; January 10, 1963 From “The Naked Communist,” by Cleon Skousen ). 1) US acceptance of … Continue reading

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What a lost prison manuscript reveals about the real Nelson Mandela

This is a story about Nelson Mandela, and it begins on Robben Island in 1974. Prisoner number 466/64 is writing up his life story, working all night and sleeping all day.  Finished pages go to trusted comrades who write comments … Continue reading

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Is a blimp watching you? New surveillance craft raises privacy questions

The Pentagon plan to deploy two large blimplike aircraft 10,000 feet into the sky about 45 miles northeast of Washington, D.C., has raised new privacy concerns even though the Army says there is nothing to be worried about. The aircraft … Continue reading

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The Economy Is Going To Implode

By Ann Barnhardt – A partial explanation in layman’s terms of the causes of the end of the world as you know it, and a few suggestions for those of you who will be tasked with the rebuilding.  

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100 Years Ago… (1910)

A lot of this is applicable to our grandparents, and even some of our parents. It May Be Hard to Believe That A Scant 100 Years Ago… The average life expectancy in the United States was forty-seven. Only 14 percent … Continue reading

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America’s Education System Isn’t Broken

Everyone knows that America’s education system is broken. Committees are convened, grants are dispensed and new studies are rolled off the educational assembly line every few months that purport to change everything by showing that the entire process of educating … Continue reading

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The Things We Did And Said In 2013, According To Facebook

What the world was talking about on Facebook in 2013. The social media site released a review of the most popular topics, events, and places Wednesday. Facebook Did you travel in 2013? Perhaps you went to Disneyland. Or maybe you … Continue reading

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20 Things You Didn’t Know About… Neanderthals

The hominids are depicted as degenerate and slouching because the first Neanderthal skeleton found happened to be arthritic.   The Natural History Museum, London 1. You’re pretty much a Neanderthal. While it’s been more than 5 million years since we parted … Continue reading

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