Did Neil Armstrong lie about the origins of his 'one small step' speech?
The Daily MailJan 02

Nuking the Moon
The Circle BastiatNov 27
An article linked to on Drudge is reporting that the US actually considered nuking the moon to intimidate the Russians at the height of the Cold War.

It instantly reminded me of a hilarious skit from the 90s comedy series “Mr Show” in which the American people are whipped up into a patriotic frenzy (complete with a country music anthem) over NASA nuking
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Lincoln the Racist
Thomas J. DiLorenzoNov 12
"Who freed the slaves? To the extent that they were ever ‘freed,’ they were freed by the Thirteenth Amendment, which was authored and pressured into existence not by Lincoln but by the great emancipators nobody knows, the abolitionists and congressional leaders who created the climate and generated the pressure that goaded, prodded, drove, forced Lincoln into glory by associating him with a policy that he adamantly opposed for at least fifty-four of his fifty-six years of his life."... (more)

Who is the worst civil liberties president in US history?
Glenn GreenwaldNov 05

U.S. military's secret experiment sprayed radiation on low-income housing
The Raw StoryNov 02
A college professor from St. Louis, Missouri has released research claiming that the U.S. Army conducted secret Cold War tests by spraying toxic radioactive chemicals on cities like St. Louis and Corpus Christi.

St. Louis Community College-Meramec sociology professor Lisa Martino-Taylor told The Associated Press that her research showed that the Army may have sprayed radioactive particles with z
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Fresh doubts over Hitler's death after tests on bullet hole skull reveal it belonged to a woman
The Daily MailOct 15
Turns out the "conspiracy theorists" were right... What a shocker. - Chris

How The Government Killed Fuel Efficient Cars And Trucks
JalopnikOct 04

'I liked to shoot everything - women, kids... it was kind of sport'
The Daily MailSep 24

Memos show US hushed up Soviet crime
Associated PressSep 11

How Government Solved the Health Care Crisis!
YouTubeSep 10

Today, we are constantly being told, the United States faces a health care crisis. Medical costs are too high, and health insurance is out of reach of the poor. The cause of this crisis is never made very clear, but the cure is obvious to nearly everybody: government must step in to solve the problem.

Eighty years ago, Americans were also told that their
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Phil Strongman: Hiroshima is a war crime that haunts my family, 67 years on
The IndependentAug 06
The US intentionally prolonged the war for the sole purpose of testing the atomic bomb on real cities.

The Fall of Rome and Modern Parallels [Video]
YouTubeJun 26

The Good Buffett Writes to Murray Rothbard [Pic]
Lew Rockwell BlogMay 19

(From the Rothbard Archives at the Mises Institute)

A US government program secretly injected people with plutonium
IO9Feb 20

George Takei on his life in a US internment camp during WWII
YouTubeFeb 20

Some history your scumbag government hopes you don't learn.

Ron Paul & His Son [Pic]
ImgurJan 09

An awesome picture of a young Ron Paul with his son Rand.

Did FDR Provoke Pearl Harbor?
Patrick J. BuchananDec 07
On Dec. 8, 1941, Franklin Roosevelt took the rostrum before a joint session of Congress to ask for a declaration of war on Japan.

A day earlier, at dawn, carrier-based Japanese aircraft had launched a sneak attack devastating the U.S. battle fleet at Pearl Harbor.

Said ex-President Herbert Hoover, Republican statesman of the day, “We have only one job to do now, and that is to defeat Japan.”

But to friends, “the Chief” sent anoth
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Buffett's dad was the Ron Paul of his day
Washington ExaminerSep 21
In recent days, the Buffett name has become synonymous with support for higher taxes, but a long time ago, it was associated with fierce opposition to federal taxation and big government.

Warren Buffett may be a committed liberal Democrat, but his father, Howard Buffett, was a four-term Republican member of Congress (1943-49 and 51-53), a John Bircher who fought FDR and warned that the expansion of gove
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Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the U.S. Terror State
Anthony GregoryAug 03
Being a U.S. war criminal means never having to say sorry. Paul Tibbets, the man who flew the Enola Gay and destroyed Hiroshima, lived to the impressive age of 92 without publicly expressing guilt for what he had done. He had even reenacted his infamous mission at a 1976 Texas air show, complete with a mushroom cloud, and later said he never meant this to be offensive. In contrast, he called it a "damn big insult" when the Smithsonian planned an exhibit in 1995 showing some of the damag... (more)

Tricked on the Fourth of July
Gary NorthJul 04
I do not celebrate the fourth of July. This goes back to a term paper I wrote in graduate school. It was on colonial taxation in the British North American colonies in 1775. Not counting local taxation, I discovered that the total burden of British imperial taxation was about 1% of national income. It may have been as high as 2.5% in the southern colonies.

In 2008, Alvin Rabushka's book of almost 1,000 pages appeared: Taxation in Colonial America (Pri
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Welfare before the Welfare State
Mises InstituteJun 22
Many people think life without the welfare state would be chaos. In their minds, nobody would help support the less fortunate, and there would be riots in the streets. Little do they know that people found innovative ways of supporting each other before the welfare state existed. One of the most important of these ways was the mutual-aid society.

Mutual aid, also known as fraternalism, refers to social organizations that gathered dues and paid benefits to members facing hardship.
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Time for the United States to Confront Its Coups
Jacob G. HornbergerMay 25
Two Latin American countries — Chile and Guatemala — are confronting coups of long ago that ousted democratically elected presidents and installed U.S.-supported unelected dictators in their stead.

In 1973 Chilean Army Gen. Augusto Pinochet ousted democratically elected Chilean President Salvador Allende from office in a violent coup. Allende died during the coup, and it has always been commonly accepted that he committed suicide. This week, however, his body is being exhumed to d
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Sound Familiar?: LBJ Speech on the Gulf of Tonkin Incident (August 4, 1964)
InformationLiberationMar 19

The Gulf of Tonkin, of course, never happened.

AP IMPACT: Past medical testing on humans revealed
Associated PressMar 01
...how shocking.

A Tale of Two Colonies
Mises InstituteNov 25
At Thanksgiving, Americans recall their blessings around bountiful meals, with imagery going back to the Pilgrims, especially Plymouth Colony's 1623 Thanksgiving. But little attention is paid to what allows that bounty to be created — capitalism — though Jamestown and Plymouth both illustrate that lesson.

Reflections restricted to our current bounty ignore that most colonists in both Jamestown and Plymouth starved under their initial communal-property rights. Then, when private-pr
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Related: Why the Obsession with Capitalism?!

Modern Art Was CIA 'Weapon'
The IndependentNov 06
For decades in art circles it was either a rumour or a joke, but now it is confirmed as a fact. The Central Intelligence Agency used American modern art – including the works of such artists as Jackson Pollock, Robert Motherwell, Willem de Kooning and Mark Rothko – as a weapon in the Cold War. In the manner of a Renaissance prince – except that it acted secretly – the CIA fostered and promoted American Abstract Expressionist painting around the world for more than 20 years.

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Parasitism and the Origin of the State | by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
YouTubeOct 23

Hans-Hermann Hoppe discuses the origins of the State and why things may h
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5 times we almost nuked ourselves by accident
IO9Oct 21
...Or five times the government almost nuked us through their direct actions. - Chris, InfoLib

"Wall Street, Banks, and American Foreign Policy" by Murray N. Rothbard
Mises InstituteOct 12
Murray Rothbard's 1984 analysis of modern American history as a great power struggle between economic elites, between the House of Morgan and the Rockefeller interests, culminates in the following conclusion: "the financial power elite can sleep well at night regardless of who wins in 1984." By the time you get there, the conclusion seems understated indeed, for what we have here is a sweeping and compressed history of 20th century politics from a power elite point of view. It represents a small... (more)
This is a hugely detailed history of the power elite, if you're looking for solid conspiracy history that's not full of conjecture, this is the book to read. The Trilateral Commission, CFR, Rothschilds, Rockefellers, Morgans, Cecil Rhodes and the Round Table Groups, he brings all these people to life and details all their nefarious connections. I can almost guarantee it's like nothing you've ever heard.

To bring it into the present, keep in mind Kissinger and Brzezinski are Obama's handlers and his administration is almost all Goldman Sachs, CFR and Trilateralists. - Chris

The Culture of Violence in the American West: Myth versus Reality
The Independent ReviewSep 22

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