Category Archives: History

The Banker’s Shell Game


By signing the Federal Reserve Act, Woodrow Wilson was a tool of big money. Yet he belatedly expressed regret, said “I have unwittingly ruined my country,” and called America “one of the worst ruled….most completely controlled governments in the civilized … Continue reading

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Nazification of America


Nazification of America The United States is becoming more like Nazi Germany every day. The parallels between Nazi Germany and the United States of today are going to shock many. Most Americans simply have never learned what life was really … Continue reading

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Save Our Society…. End The Fed


Save Our Society ….End the Fed Yes, it would make our government more responsible on their spending, we don’t only need to be backed by gold but need to get rid of the Federal Reserve, who prints money out of … Continue reading

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Who is John Galt?


John Galt is the fictional hero of “Atlas Shrugged,” Ayn Rand’s epic novel published in 1957. I first read Atlas Shrugged in college in 1974, and have just recently reread it after 35 years. For me, no other novel comes … Continue reading

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The Arrogance of Power


Anthony Summers’ biography of Richard Nixon reveals a troubled figure whose criminal behavior did not begin with Watergate. Drawing on more than a thousand interviews and five years of research, Summers reveals a man driven by an addiction to intrigue … Continue reading

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