Susan Brownell Anthony, known as Susan B. Anthony, was a woman who devoted her life to create change, believing in freedom and liberty for all.
Ron Paul, in Part Seven of Beyond Bretton Woods, Writes on Fifty Years of Fighting Fiat Money
Fifty years ago this week, President Richard Nixon slammed shut the "gold window" and eliminated the last vestige of the gold standard.
Fifty years ago, on August 15, 1971, President Richard Nixon announced that the U.S. government would cease honoring its pledge to pay gold to redeem the dollars held by foreign central banks.
Sometimes, bad luck can strike. But other times, a catastrophe comes from a series of bad decisions, each the reaction to the consequences of the previous one.
Free (for a few days) e-booklet on amazon - AMERICA, THIS IS COMMUNISM. A 6-part essay booklet examining how/why so many Americans accept the communist agenda and what Christians can do in this spiritual battle for our nation.
It is perhaps fitting that on the 50th anniversary of Richard Nixon's dirty deed in August 1971, the US Senate saw fit to pass a budget resolution that will add $3.5 trillion of additional girth to the nation's already bloated and unaffordable We
According to David Halberstam, when Washington was considering escalating its presence in Vietnam, a wargame was held to test options. More bombing aircraft were put into airfields in Vietnam;
Ever wonder how warfare changed over the years? Read more to learn how asymmetrical warfare developed and modern 4GW blurs the lines between war and politics.
On August 15, 1971, the last remains of what had been a magnificent monetary system died a terrible death, and the American academic, political, business, and media elites led the cheers.
We haven't had an extended bout of painful inflation like this since the days of the Carter administration, and our leaders in Washington have decided that the best way forward is to rapidly create even more inflation.
On this episode of the Resistance Library Podcast, Sam and Dave discuss the history of the Bennington Flag
The Great Reset is a plan by global elites to confiscate your wealth and end your way of life.
The idea of family and community has started to erode and it's having an impact. Discover the consequences in this favorite among our family life articles.
The untold story of General Robert E. Lee's surrender at the Appomattox Courthouse and what it can teach us about the political climate today.
For the first thirty years of the twentieth century, when there was trouble on the peripheries of the emerging U.S. empire in the form of rebellions, bandits, or resistence, Washington could always rely on one soldier to restore order.
On this episode of The Resistance Library Podcast, Sam and Dave discuss George Soros.
Guns have been a part of American culture since its start. Psychotropic meds have not. Keep reading to learn about links between mass shooters and medication.
Pat Buchanan has just published an article on President Kennedy's Peace Speech at American University on June 10, 1963, just a few months before he was assassinated on November 22.
American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten recently proclaimed that her union members have a right to teach "honest history" in government classrooms.
How the U.S. unleashed Agent Orange in its own backyard: It left a trail of appalling birth defects in Vietnam. But a new film lays bare how America also sprayed defoliant back home with devastating consequences
New documentary on JFK assassination reveals 'organized black op,' director Oliver Stone tells RT
An interactive online Declaration of Independence allowing you to easily find the section you're looking for.
On this episode of the Resistance Library Podcast, Sam and David discuss the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA.)
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Once upon a time in America, journalists wrote "holiday pieces" out of desperation.
This weekend marks another 4th of July, the day marking the announcement by representatives of the American states that they were seceding from the British empire. It is impolitic to mention that fact nowadays.
Did you know that Annie Oakley sued fifty-five newspapers for defamation and won fifty-four of the battles?
Make Mine Freedom (1948)
The Moultrie Flag, more commonly referred to as the Liberty Flag, was an icon during the Revolutionary War. It flew over Sullivan Island in Charleston Harbor.