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Take the ancient Phoenicians, enlisted in support of the nationalist histories of Lebanon, Britain and Ireland, and in some cases seriously distorted by them. Despite claims by various partisans of Lebanese, British and Irish nationalism to enlist th

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With the ongoing debates regarding its legalization in the United States, cannabis remains a relevant topic of interest in our modern times.

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By Sean Hutchinson Mental Floss

Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey was a watershed moment in filmmaking. The epic sci-fi story of extraterrestrials and higher planes of existence bridged the gap between studio pictures and art films, all because of the inimitable genius of i

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Sputnik 1 was launched in October, 1957. I remember exactly where I was when the news story broke on the radio. My friend and I were being driven to a high school football game by his father, an aeronautical engineer at one of the largest manufacture

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https://www.lewrockwell.com, By Joseph Sobran

The world has long since forgiven Julius Caesar. Nobody today finds Socrates or Cicero irritating. Few of us resent Alexander the Great or his tutor, Aristotle.

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Of particular importance has been the survey and photography conducted on site in the Rachaiya Basin, Southern Lebanon, last November by Paul Bedson and Karl Guildford, which goes a long way in supporting and confirming the thesis. This has been inco

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The New York Times is running a series of "Red Century" articles extolling some of the virtues of communism on the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution. Last August, the Times showcased a Yale University lecturer rhapsodizing about the Sov

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https://www.lewrockwell.com, By Doug Casey

This article is entitled Chung Kuo, which means Middle Kingdom.

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These include erect knotweed (not to be confused with its invasive cousin, Asian knotweed), goosefoot, little barley, marsh elder, and maygrass. We haven't simply lost a few plant strains: an entire cuisine with its own kinds of flavors and baked

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