In 1948 Frank Wisner was appointed director of the Office of Special Projects. Soon afterwards it was renamed the Office of Policy Coordination (OPC). This became the espionage and counter-intelligence branch of the Central Intelligence Agency. Wisner was told to create an organization that concentrated on “propaganda, economic warfare; preventive…
What Were the Orphan Trains?
The real-life history behind Wanderville.
The orphan trains were a series of social service programs that relocated poor and homeless city children.From 1854 to 1929, more than 200,000 children traveled by train from the East Coast to seek new homes in nearly every state in the continental United States.… Continue to post
Extinct cataracts from the Bonneville Flood during the last ice age – Columbia River Washington State USA (aprox. 12,000 years ago)
The image (below) illustrates what a sudden rush of water does to the landscape caused by the melting glacial ice-field which engulfed most of Canada & a large portion of central United States estimated to be 2 miles high. … Continue to post
While plenty of “conspiracy theories” surround the events of 9/11, here are 5 undisputed truths that many Americans know nothing about.
On this, the 17th anniversary of one of the most tragic days in recent American history, U.S. citizens will be bombarded with patriotic imagery, messages, and the oft-repeated 9/11 slogan of “Never Forget.”
Over the course of the day, mainstream media and the like will show the horrific images of planes crashing into towers and the disturbing scene of ground zero in the aftermath.… Continue to post
“I have to challenge everybody because you must, at some point in your life, learn to think or you are doomed.” -William ‘Bill’ Cooper Originally published 02/13/2013 by Tracy Turner on Activist Post updated with additions 07/11/2018 by Justin Case What do Ann Coulter and Barack Obama have in common?… Continue to…
Since the 1970s, the DeVos family has been quietly advancing a plan to make government act more like a private business. Now, they appear ready to take the next step.
“[Among] her big ‘accomplishments,’” says Diane Ravitch, the N.Y.U.… Continue to post
“Labor was the first price, the original purchase money that was paid for all things. It was not by gold or by silver, but by labor, that all wealth of the world was originally purchased.” ~ Adam Smith On September 5, 1882, 10,000 workers took unpaid time off to march…