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Russian Collectivism – 12 Years of Stalin

Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin (born Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili; 18 December 1878 – 5 March 1953) was the Premier of the Soviet Union from 6 May 1941 to 5 March 1953. His 133rd birthday was on December...

Nikola Tesla’s Lab Might Be Saved

      Nikola Tesla   “The world will wait a long time for Nikola Tesla’s equal in achievement and imagination.”   ~ E. Armistron Update: 12/22: A recent development might save Tesla's laboratory base in Shoreham so it can...

Vaclav Havel – A Man of His Time

Vaclav Havel died December 18, 2011 after a lifetime of promoting freedom as an anti-communist crusader. For every sociopathic dictator, it is important to remember there is also a visionary, a person with great courage...

The Bill of Rights, 220 Years Ago

A Bill of Rights is what the people are entitled to against every government, and what no just government should refuse, or rest on inference. ~ Thomas Jefferson On December 15, 1791, 220 years ago, the Bill...

The Boston Tea Party, 238 Days Ago Today

The British decided to support their wasteful spending by taxing the colonies, from the Sugar Act in 1764, the Currency Act, which prohibited the colonies from issuing their own currency to the 1765 Quartering Act...

Nikola Tesla Laboratory In Danger of Destruction

        “The world will wait a long time for Nikola Tesla’s equal in achievement and imagination.”   ~ E. Armistron Update: 12/22: A recent development might save Tesla's laboratory base in Shoreham so it can...

Pearl Harbor – 70 Years Ago Today

On December 7th, 1941, Pearl Harbor suffered a sneak attack by the Japanese. Pearl Harbor was home of the US Pacific fleet and the largest concentration of U.S. forces in the Pacific. The day after...

The Pearl Harbor Theory – Is It Theory?

For decades, FDR opponents have claimed he knew the Pearl Harbor attack was possible but did the political thing. He allegedly waited for the attack before declaring war so he would have the public...

Schoolchildren’s Blizzard, This Day in 1888

  On this day in 1888, a freak blizzard hit the Northwest Plains, U.S. and killed 235 people, many were children coming home from school and others were farmers working the fields. The temperature is...

The Meaning of Thanksgiving

We are losing Thanksgiving as retailers move Christmas sales into October. It's being ignored and overlooked. It should be one of our favorite holidays because it is one that is not tainted with the...

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