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Featured Image: Burial of the dead at the battlefield of Wounded Knee. SOURCE: Library of Congress. (Public Domain)
Uploaded on Oct 19, 2011
Since the first court decision to articulate Native American law back in 1823, our nation’s courts have repeatedly invoked historical “facts” as a basis for fashioning judicial doctrines
that have been prejudicial and harmful to Native Americans.
dig a LITTLE DEEPER ~ THE Archive “Native American Indians”
Featured Image: Smiley face with thumbs down. SOURCE: Public Domain Clip Art
NSA Propaganda video is one of the most disliked videos on youtube ever
The very epitome of propaganda, a video put out by the Department of Defense Youtube channel featuring calls by the NSA Director to limit journalism and expand spying has now achieved one of the highest known percentage of downvotes in Youtube history (4500 downvotes, 70 upvotes).
Checkout the video below, which likely only achieved its 70 upvotes from government bot programs.
The fact that the video has even been released shows how desperate the NSA and DoD are to repair their tarnished reputation. Ultimately, of course, they have and will continue to fail.
THIS ARTICLE ORIGINALLY APPEARED AT Story Leak.
NSA Director Gen. Alexander and Cybersecurity
Published on Oct 24, 2013
Jessica L. Tozer sits down with NSA Director and CYCOM Commander General Keith Alexander to get the story straight about the National Security Agency’s most criticized foreign intelligence and cybersecurity programs.
Featured Image: Old books. SOURCE: clipartpal.com (Public-Domain).
Our history might not be as this video states either. Then it might. . . EDITOR
Published on Jun 23, 2013
Tonight, on History So it doesn’t Repeat: We ask the question: Is America safer, now that we’re openly being spied on? We’ll discover how to check our premises, and peer into the origins, form, and function of the intelligence Community. By studying those who spy on us, we’ll uncover the root-causes of the War on Terror; and you will have the facts to help end it. Learning’s the Answer, What’s the Question? It’s all coming up next, on History So It Doesn’t Repeat.
How The Fed Reserve Got Off Scott Free With “The Largest Money Laundering” Scheme In History (Video Report)
Featured Image: The Marriner S. Eccles Federal Reserve Board Building (commonly known as the Eccles Building or Federal Reserve Building) located at 20th Street& Constitution Avenue, NW in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Designed by architect Paul Philippe Cret in 1935, construction of the Art Deco building was completed in 1937. Its 2009 property value is $109,029,200. CREDIT: AgnosticPreachersKid SOURCE: Wikipedia (Public Domain)
From youtube uploaded by TheTruethSeeker· on May 4, 2013
Featured Image: Judge Roy Bean, Law West of the Pecos. SOURCE: Wikipedia (Public Domain).
Judge Roy Bean didn’t have the FEDS looking over his shoulder and if he had I’ll bet a white faced calf against a rattlesnake he would have taught them what REAL ‘gun control’ was all about. . . . EDITOR
Photo: “Judge Roy Bean, the `Law West of the Pecos,’ holding court at the old town of Langtry, Texas in 1900, trying a horse thief. This building was courthouse and saloon. No other peace officers in the locality at that time.” SOURCE:National Archives and Records Administration (Public Domain)
Photo: Scales of Justice.
SOURCE pdphoto.org (Public-Domain).
Armed with a tattered law book and a pair of six-shooters, the legendary Judge Roy Bean doled out a peculiar form of frontier justice in a lawless section of far West Texas during the last half of the 19th century. Photographs show a tough, grizzled old geezer in a dusty black coat. Tales from the life of the manipulative magistrate bridge the gap between horror and amusement.
Before he mounted the judicial bench in Texas, Roy Bean served as a California Ranger with a penchant for stealing the hearts of San Diego señoritas. One such amorous episode nearly cost him his life. With Bean in the saddle, a jealous suitor and others got the jump on Bean, strung him up to a poplar tree, urged his horse out from under him and left the scene. Unseen, the señorita dashed from her hiding place to cut Bean down. He was alive and kicking, but spent the rest of his life with a stiff neck. . . . Read Complete Report
Judge Roy Bean – Deliver The Body
Published on May 5, 2013
“Judge Roy Bean is a syndicated American Western series starring Edgar Buchanan as the legendary Kentucky-born Judge Roy Bean, a justice of the peace known as “The Law West of the Pecos”.
The 39-episode program, which aired new episodes in 1956, is set in Langtry in Val Verde County in southwest Texas, where Bean held court in his combination general store and saloon.” . . . Part of Description published with video.
Cuban video game recreates revolutionary history (+) The Cuban Revolution CIA Archives Documentary History (1960) (Video Documentary)
From The Guardian
Cuban video game recreates revolutionary history
Associated Press in Havana
Players can fight through the wetlands of the country surrounded by fellow guerrillas to a soundtrack of gunshot
Cuban programmers have unveiled a new 3D video game that puts a distinctly revolutionary twist on gaming, letting players recreate decisive clashes from the 1959 uprising in which many of their grandparents fought.
Fight your way through swamps shoulder-to-shoulder with bearded guerrillas clad in the olive green of Fidel Castro and Ernesto “Che” Guevara. Your mission: topple 1950’s Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista. Out to foil you are Batista soldiers and police who pop out from behind trees and fire from trucks and farmhouses. You pick them off with a vintage Colt .45 or Springfield rifle. If you’re hit three times, it’s revolution over. . . . Read Complete Report
The Cuban Revolution CIA Archives Documentary History (1960)
Uploaded on Nov 9, 2011
The Cuban Revolution was a successful armed revolt by Fidel Castro’s 26th of July Movement, which overthrew the US-backed Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista on 1 January 1959, after over five years of struggle. “Our revolution is endangering all American possessions in Latin America. We are telling these countries to make their own revolution.” — Che Guevara, October 1962 . . . complete description on youtube
From The Intel Hub
by Gary Gibson
The Dollar Vigilante
March 26, 2013
. . . “The minimum wage in the two years before 1966 was five 90% silver quarters. That 90% silver $1.25 is roughly $25 in today’s money. Let me be clear: if the minimum wage had stayed at a mere $1.25 an hour and the central bank had not debased the money supply forcing the reduction or removal of the silver content, minimum wage workers would have been roughly two or three times better off today in terms of real purchasing power than they currently are with a nominal minimum wage nearly six times the nominal amount prior to 1966. Because of money supply inflation, the minimum wage is nearly six times as high…but buys roughly half as much…or less.” . . . Read Complete Report
U.S. silver history 1961 to 1974: Step by step from silver and gold backed dollars to ?
Published on Jul 16, 2012
“Nation’s money no longer linked to precious metals gold, silver” and other headlines from the 1960s tell the tale of 90% silver dimes, quarters, half dollars, and dollars, and silver certificate paper money that could be exchanged for silver coins… and what happened to them both.