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Tim Ogle: This Guy’s Device Got 100 Miles Per Gallon – Then He Had An Attempt On His Life & Later Mysteriously Died
Real Federalists Need to Step Up to Fight Jeff Sessions' War on Weed
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How the US Became a Warmonger Police State
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Man Who Offered Reward For Information On The Murder Of Seth Rich Violently Attacked
Thou Shall Not Pass . . .
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Tim Ogle: This Guy’s Device Got 100 Miles Per Gallon – Then He Had An Attempt On His Life & Later Mysteriously Died
Post Date: 2018-01-19 22:12:33 by Deckard
Many people will be familiar with the story of Tim Ogle. Ogle invented a device in 1977 that could go on any car and provide the owner with an automobile that could get 100 miles per gallon with zero carbon emissions. Now that, is revolutionary and it makes me wonder why no one actually ever went on to develop his product, but I think we all know the ultimate reason, dont we? In any case, I ran across this story from Jay Syrmopoulos at The Free Thought Projectand thought I would share it with you because I think it is that important. If we could develop this now on a large scale, using the internet and people could put these on their cars, not only would they save big money ...
HIT & RUN BLOG 3 Lessons from Prohibition, Which Started Today in 1919
Post Date: 2018-01-17 05:35:22 by Deckard
On January 16, 1919, the 18th Amendment became law when five state legislatures (North Carolina, Utah, Nebraska, Missouri, and Wyoming) passed it. In the end, 46 of 48 states passed it, with only Connecticut and Rhode Island voting it down. The text of the amendment set into motion what became known as Prohibition: Section 1. After one year from the ratification of this article the manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors within, the importation thereof into, or the exportation thereof from the United States and all the territory subject to the jurisdiction thereof for beverage purposes is hereby prohibited. Section 2. The Congress and the several States shall have ...
Awesome Guitar: Dave Edmunds, "Sabre Dance" (1994)
Post Date: 2018-01-16 17:36:54 by Deckard
Origins of Modern Jazz: West Coast Branch
Post Date: 2018-01-13 10:00:33 by Deckard
When I say "modern jazz," I mean post-World War II jazz. Two things characterize it: (1) small bands; (2) it is for listening, not dancing.Big band jazz was different. The era of the big jazz bands, meaning swing bands, lasted a decade: from about 1931 (Harlems Chick Webb) through 1942: mobilization during World War II. It was Benny Goodman's band, beginning in 1935, that made the music popular.The year 1942 was also the beginning of the strike of the musicians' union. The union refused to allow its members to record music, except for the Armed Forces Radio Network, which was broadcast only overseas. Live performances were allowed. The strike lasted until late 1944. ...
Where Was Oswald During The Assassination?
Post Date: 2017-12-28 05:41:03 by Deckard
The most important conclusion of the Warren Commission (WC) concerning the assassination of President John F. Kennedy is that Lee Harvey Oswald was at the 6th floor window of the Texas School Book Depository (TSBD) and fired three rifle shots at the Presidential motorcade. But this conclusion falls apart completely if Oswald was actually on the second floor just after the shots were fired (he was) or even, perhaps, in the first floor doorway watching the motorcade at the very moment of the assassination. Where was Oswald when the shots were fired? The WC never did have hard evidence that Oswald was actually on the 6th floor when the shooting began. No one in the TSBD ...
The Mainstream Media’s Deference to Authority in the JFK Assassination
Post Date: 2017-12-11 09:36:38 by Deckard
I just finished watching an interesting documentary film entitled The Searchers by Randolph Benson, who teaches at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. The film focuses on private researchers during the aftermath of the JFK assassination who have questioned and investigated the official narrative put out by the Warren Commission and the Washington, D.C., establishment. According to an interview of Benson, his work has appeared on the Bravo Network and Canal Plus-France, and his film Man and Dog received several awards, including a Gold Medal from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Student Academy Awards. According to its home page, The ...
Pearl Harbor: RooseveltÂ’s 9/11
Post Date: 2017-12-08 06:49:45 by Deckard
James Perloff False flags do not stand alone. They are better understood and more credibly explained to skeptics when seen in historys context. On the morning of December 7, 1941, Japanese planes, launched from aircraft carriers, attacked the American fleet at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, sinking or heavily damaging 18 ships (including eight battleships), destroying 188 planes, and leaving over 2,000 servicemen killed. The next day, President Franklin D. Roosevelt denounced this day of infamy before Congress, from whom he secured an avid declaration of war. Up until then, however, Americans had overwhelmingly opposed involvement in World War II. They ...
December 7, 1941– "A date which will live in Infamy"
Post Date: 2017-12-07 09:34:50 by Stoner
Everyone should solemnly remember this date, and what happened 76 years ago !! Forget your ball GAMES this day ! If you fly a flag at your home, or place of work, you should fly the flag at half staff !! You should also say a prayer for your countrymen that died that day, and all that have died in combat since our nations inception !!
I am The Field Artillery!
Post Date: 2017-11-24 03:09:29 by redleghunter
Poster Comment:There was a Biblical canon debate at another site. Some kept writing cannon so using this to educate. Thought some of the more crusty veterans of all branches would enjoy it.
How CBS News Aided the JFK Cover-up
Post Date: 2017-11-23 07:08:46 by Deckard
With the Warren Report on JFKs assassination under attack in the mid-1960s, there was a chance to correct the errors and reassess the findings, but CBS News intervened to silence the critics, reports James DiEugenio. By James DiEugenio In the mid-1960s, amid growing skepticism about the Warren Commissions lone-gunman findings on John F. Kennedys assassination, there was a struggle inside CBS News about whether to allow the critics a fair public hearing at the then-dominant news network. Some CBS producers pushed for a debate between believers and doubters and one even submitted a proposal to put the Warren Report on trial, according to internal CBS ...
We Were Soldiers [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2017-11-12 07:18:54 by tpaine
We Were Soldiers by Mark Steyn November 11, 2017 On "Fox & Friends" this morning, reacting to the live footage of President Trump in Hanoi, I talked about the Vietnam war's domestic impact on the American psyche. It took many decades for that to change, and this Veterans Day movie pick is one of the cultural artifacts of that evolution in perception - a film about soldiering that wears its allegiance in its very title. It was released about six months after 9/11, in the spring of 2002, and in that sense is a movie about an old war seen through the lens of a new one. The best thing about We Were Soldiers is how bad it is. I don't mean "bad" in the sense ...
12 Facts About the Doomed S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald
Post Date: 2017-11-11 21:44:38 by Deckard
Wikimedia Commons // CC BY-SA 3.0 The wind in the wires made a tattle-tale soundWhen the wave broke over the railingAnd every man knew, as the captain did too'Twas the witch of November come stealin' -Gordon Lightfoot, "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" (1976) On November 10, 1975, two ships made their way in tandem across the stormy waters of Lake Superior. One was the Arthur M. Anderson, led by Captain Jesse Cooper. The other, captained by Ernest McSorley, was the S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald. The ship was last seen on radar around 7:15 p.m. All 29 men on board were lost with it, and today, 40 years after the most famous shipwreck in Great Lakes ...
Never Forget: The US Gov’t Carried Out the Largest Church Massacre—24 Years Ago, In Texas
Post Date: 2017-11-09 05:42:44 by Deckard
On Sunday, a horrifying tragedy unfolded as a mass shooting terrorist walked into a Texas church and began slaughtering innocent women, men, and children. The massacre left 26 people dead, according to police, including an unborn child who died inside his pregnant mother. On Wednesday, the names of the deceased were released along with the heartbreaking photos of the children, two of which were only 5 and 7-years-old. The tragedy is being dubbed the deadliest mass shooting in Texas history. Sadly, there have been many deadly massacres which have taken place inside places of worship. From the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing to the Charleston Church shooting to Sutherland Springs, over the ...
How it was (only 44 years ago)
Post Date: 2017-11-09 05:35:37 by Deckard
Decadence, Rome and Romania, the Emperors Who Weren't
Post Date: 2017-10-28 12:03:49 by A Pole
[...] In a Dark Age, there was a Great City, known by many names, protected by indomitable Walls and mysterious Fire, defended by men from the far reaches of Europe, a City that held a whole Civilization -- immortal art, architecture, literature, history, philosophy, and law -- our own Civilization... [...] Vos non Romani, sed Longobardi estis! You are not Romans, but Lombards! The Emperor Nicephorus II Phocas to Liutprand of Cremona (c.920-972), who represents the "Roman" Emperor Otto I, 968 AD [...] Decadence Everyone knows why the Roman Empire fell. It became "decadent," meaning weak and immoral. The Romans were so busy at their orgies (often with their ...
Trump expected to block release of classified JFK assassination documents
Post Date: 2017-10-21 10:30:33 by Deckard
President Trump is anticipated to block the release of some of the classified files related to former President John F. Kennedy's assassination in 1963, which are to be made public by next Thursday. Unless Trump intervenes, the National Archives has until Oct. 26 to release nearly 3,100 documents pertaining to Kennedy's assassination in 1963. The date was established by the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992, which was signed into law by former President George H.W. Bush in an attempt to minimize conspiracy theories about Kennedy's death. Trump administration officials are concerned releasing classified documents from the 1990s would ...
Polkark,from Masterpiece Theater on PBS
Post Date: 2017-10-16 11:00:59 by sneakypete
www.tvguide.com/tvshows/p...episodes-season-1/799483/ You can go to the link above to stream it from Episode 1,Season 1,to the most recent episode. This,like most of what is produced by Masterpiece Theater,is one of the best historical dramas to be found,and it's free. I am watching season 3 now,and can't wait for the next episode to air. The casting,acting,and writing is as good as anything you will find anywhere,and better than most. There is history,war,and even love and romance in it. Something for everyone. For any of you who might not know much about history,there are shocking lessons to be learned. If you don't already understand what drove so many to leave Europe ...
For he is a jolly good fellow
Post Date: 2017-10-14 15:53:08 by A K A Stone
Archaeologists in Turkey believe they have discovered Santa Claus's tomb
Post Date: 2017-10-04 08:17:59 by cranky
Archaeologists in Turkey have made a discovery which could settle a century-old debate
and disappoint millions of children around the world. They have unearthed what they say is likely the previously undiscovered tomb of the original Santa Claus, or Saint Nicholas, beneath an ancient church in Demre, southern Turkey. Demre, previously known as Myra, in Antalya province, is believed to be the birthplace of the 4th century bishop. Cemil Karabayram, the head of Antalyas Monument Authority, said the shrine was discovered during electronic surveys that showed gaps beneath the church. We believe this shrine has not been damaged at all, but it is quite difficult to get to it ...
14 Monopoly Rules That Aren't Actually Rules
Post Date: 2017-09-21 06:36:10 by Deckard
The man who invented Monopoly did not invent Monopoly. Here's the company line (and we mean that literallyHasbro, which now owns the rights to the game, continues to print this story on the first page of the official Monopoly rules): Monopoly was born when Charles Darrow presented the game, fully formed, to Parker Brothers executives in 1934. iStock In fact, by then Monopoly had been entertaining players for three decades. The truth is that a left-wing feminist named Lizzie Magie invented the game in 1903 under the title "The Landlord's Game." Her deliberate goal was to highlight the evils of capitalism. The Strong "It's a practical ...
Viking skeleton’s DNA test proves historians wrong
Post Date: 2017-09-09 17:53:12 by cranky
The remains of a powerful viking long thought to be a man was in fact a real-life Xena Warrior Princess, a study released Friday reveals. The lady war boss was buried in the mid-10th century along with deadly weapons and two horses, leading archaeologists and historians to assume she was a man, according to the findings, published in in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Wrong. Its actually a woman, somewhere over the age of 30 and fairly tall, too, measuring around [56"] tall , archaeologist Charlotte Hedenstierna-Jonson of Uppsala University, who conducted the study, told The Local. And she was likely in charge. Aside from ...
Post Date: 2017-09-02 00:15:29 by A K A Stone
Henry Hudson Biography.com Explorer(c. 1565c. 1611) English explorer Henry Hudson embarked on multiple sailing voyages that provided new information on North American water routes. IN THESE GROUPS FAMOUS PEOPLE IN BUSINESS FAMOUS PEOPLE WHO MADE GEOGRAPHIC DISCOVERIES FAMOUS PEOPLE WHO DISAPPEARED MYSTERIOUSLY FAMOUS PEOPLE NAMED HENRY Show All Groups 1 of 5« » QUOTES The land is the finest for cultivation that I have ever in my life set foot upon, and it also abounds in trees of every description. Henry Hudson Synopsis Believed to have been born in the late 16th century, English explorer Henry Hudson made two unsuccessful sailing voyages in search of ...
Fake evidence used in the Oklahoma Bombing
Post Date: 2017-08-23 07:31:21 by Deckard
Jon Rappoport The public wants to buy every official scientific claim the mainstream press pounds into their brainswhether the issue is vaccine safety, global warming, the overwhelming success of medical drugs, the Big Bang theory of the universes origin
The notion that a political agenda underlies such scientific pronouncements is unthinkable. So as an example, a very specific example of fake science, lets look back at the attack on Oklahoma City. On April 19, 1995, one-third of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City blew up, killing 169 people and wounding 680 others. Three men were arrested and convicted: Tim McVeigh, Terry ...
25 Years Ago, the Federal Govt Changed its Rules to Launch a Sniper Attack on Off-Grid Family [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2017-08-22 09:40:21 by Deckard
Randall and Vicki Weaver and their children wanted nothing more than to be left to live an isolated life in peace in their cabin enclave on a northern Idaho mountaintop called Ruby Ridge. Untrusting of the federal government and of the belief society had taken an insurmountable turn for the worse, the Weavers as many residents in the remote and breathtaking area taught their children to be self-sufficient and defend themselves with firearms from unwanted intrusions onto the familys property. But the Weavers seemingly idyllic life came to an appallingly violent end over several hours from August 21 to 22, 1992, in a horrendously botched federal raid that would also ...
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