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When the Roman governor Pontius Pilate asked the Pharisees if he should crucify their King (John 19:15), they cried out: "We have no king but Caesar!"

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This year marks the 25th anniversary of Francis Fukuyama's The End of History and the Last Man (1992). Rarely read but often denigrated, it might be the most maligned, unfairly dismissed and misunderstood book of the post-war era. Which is unfortun

Article Image, By Barron Laycock

In what is often considered the most controversial of his many scholarly books, this exploration into the putative causes of World War Two by renowned British historian A.P.J. Taylor caused great controversy and discussion when published in the sixti

Article Image, by L. Neil Smith

It makes me sick to keep hearing the mostly Democratic assertion that Donald J. Trump is a candidate foisted on us poor, gullible Americans by the Russian government. This is largely a matter of psychological projection by the left, and of mind-boggl

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This past Monday, March 6, marked the anniversary of the fall of the Alamo outside of San Antonio, Texas, back in 1836. This event is so significant in my mind that I always try to devote a column that honors the heroism of these men on or around the

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Say what you will about President Harry Truman, but at least he didn't leave the White House a suspiciously rich man. He also actually went home, to Independence Missouri, and moved into a modest house he didn't own. It was the same house belongi

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One of the biggest myths about American history is that FDR saved capitalism from itself and the hands-off laissez-faire policies of Herbert Hoover. It's a total lie from start to finish. Ron Paul's Myth-Busters comes to the rescue with the truth

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Rome is such a big topic, it not only deserves a post of its own, but it can be studied in isolation as it encompasses so much of Western history.

Article Image, Dane Wigington

Willful blindness to the criminal actions of your country is not patriotism, it is tyranny. Any that are living under the delusion that our government is in any way concerned about them, their lives, or the lives of our brothers and sisters in the US

Article Image, by Peter Dale Scott

By the 1960s [J. Edgar] Hoover had become one of the most powerful political figures in America, thanks chiefly to his ability to use the FBI's notorious Division Five (successively named the National Defense Division, the Security Division, and th

Article Image by Mallorey Locklear

After a century of failing to crack an ancient script, linguists turn to machines