Tag: history

Interview 1491 – Truth in History on Financial Survival

11/02/201919 Comments

In this excerpt from the Financial Survival program, James Corbett tells host Melody Cedarstrom about how history is written by the winners, and why we must strive to bear witness to truth before it gets buried in the history books.

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Top 5 “Conspiracy Theories” That Turned Out To Be True

05/20/2019


We all know the old trope of the tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy theorist who believes crazy things like “the government is spying on us” and “the military is spraying things in the sky” and “the CIA ships in the drugs.” Except those things aren’t so crazy after all. Here are five examples of things that were once derided as zany conspiracy paranoia and are now accepted as mundane historical fact.

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Episode 356 – Top 5 “Conspiracy Theories” That Turned Out To Be True

05/19/201935 Comments

We all know the old trope of the tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy theorist who believes crazy things like “the government is spying on us” and “the military is spraying things in the sky” and “the CIA ships in the drugs.” Except those things aren’t so crazy after all. Here are five examples of things that were once derided as zany conspiracy paranoia and are now accepted as mundane historical fact.

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The Dark History of the Minimum Wage

04/14/2019


There’s something strange about the idea of a minimum wage. It’s one of those subjects that everyone has a strong opinion about, even if they have no idea what makes actual economic sense. But perhaps the most surprising thing of all is that the minimum wage has a dirty secret that most economists don’t want you to know about. Today we explore The Dark History of the Minimum Wage.

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Episode 355 – The Dark History of the Minimum Wage

04/13/201955 Comments

There’s something strange about the idea of a minimum wage. It’s one of those subjects that everyone has a strong opinion about, even if they have no idea what makes actual economic sense. But perhaps the most surprising thing of all is that the minimum wage has a dirty secret that most economists don’t want you to know about. Today we explore The Dark History of the Minimum Wage.

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WWI Q&A – Questions For Corbett

01/19/2019


What did the Rhodes/Milner secret society actually gain from the First World War? What do we really know about American funding of the Russian revolution? What books shine light on what World War One was really about? Don’t miss this edition of Questions For Corbett as James dips into the mailbag (and the comments) for questions regarding The WWI Conspiracy.

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WWI Q&A – Questions For Corbett #042

01/18/201930 Comments

What did the Rhodes/Milner secret society actually gain from the First World War? What do we really know about American funding of the Russian revolution? What books shine light on what World War One was really about? Don’t miss this edition of Questions For Corbett as James dips into the mailbag (and the comments) for questions regarding The WWI Conspiracy.

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Gerry Docherty on Herbert Hoover and World War One

01/16/2019


Today we are joined once again by Gerry Docherty, co-author with Jim MacGregor of Hidden History: The Secret Origins of the First World War and Prolonging the Agony: How the Anglo-American Establishment Deliberately Extended WWI. In this conversation we cover the remarkable suppressed history of Herbert Hoover’s role in prolonging the agony of World War One, including his stewardship of the American relief of Belgium in the early part of the war and overseeing the removal of valuable historical documents from Europe after the war.

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Interview 1411 – Gerry Docherty on Herbert Hoover and World War One

01/15/201912 Comments

Today we are joined once again by Gerry Docherty, co-author with Jim MacGregor of Hidden History: The Secret Origins of the First World War and Prolonging the Agony: How the Anglo-American Establishment Deliberately Extended WWI. In this conversation we cover the remarkable suppressed history of Herbert Hoover’s role in prolonging the agony of World War One, including his stewardship of the American relief of Belgium in the early part of the war and overseeing the removal of valuable historical documents from Europe after the war.

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Inside the Mind of Edward Mandell House, Administrator

01/11/20190 Comments


Richard Grove of TragedyandHope.com and PeaceRevolution.org joins us on this month’s edition of Film, Literature and the New World Order to discuss “Philip Dru: Administrator” by Edward Mandell House. We examine the man behind the work and how the novel presages House’s time as the power behind the throne of the Wilson presidency.

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