Lost Cities [#1]: Myths, Legends and Facts – STDWYTK
Published on Apr 8, 2013
From Shangri-La to Cuidad Blanca and the legendary desert city of Ubar, human civilization is full of stories about legendary lost cities. But is there a grain of truth in any of these myths? Listen in to learn more about lost cities and archaeology in the first part of this series.
It’s true: theories spread on both sides of the gun control debate — those who want to restrict gun ownership and those who feel ownership is threatened. Some believe that mass shootings are engineered to sway support for gun laws, while others believe manufacturers lobby to keep guns accessible despite the dangers their products may pose. Join Matt and Ben in this Stuff They Don’t Want You To Know video as they take a closer look at the contradicting theories, and stay tuned for more information in their Friday episode.
If you ever watch a TV show or movie when there is a bank robbery. You see an armed guard in the bank. Before the robbers can rob a bank. They have to disarm the guard who has a gun. Then they can take all the money out of the bank. Just like when they rob an armored car. They have to disarm the person in the bank before they take the money out of the bank.
I am not going to get into the Sandy Hook massacre. We won the argument for the right to keep and bear arms. Still why is still the other side trying to scream for gun control? Why do they want to have the American people disarmed? It is not because of the children.Well look what they want to do because the American people are very well armed. As long we are still armed, the tyrants hands are tied. . . . Read Complete Report
Given that tens of millions of Americans cheered in blissful agreement when a Democratic National Convention promotional video claimed that the only thing we all belong to is the government, it would make perfect sense that everything else belongs to the government as well.
Case in point:
In July of 2011 a jeweler’s heirs found ten double eagle $20 gold coins in a family safe that dated back to the Roosevelt administration. They then sent the coins to be authenticated and appraised by the Philadelphia Mint. . . . Read Complete Report