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Haley’s Hawkish Position on War Takes Center Stage in South Carolina Primary

From Gen. William Moultrie on, South Carolinians have been fighters, but average Republican voters aren’t embracing neoconservatism.

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    (196) Lord Rothschild Claims His Family Created Israel - YouTube

    Backroom deals, betrayal, and a war that’s lasted almost a hundred years. This is what happened when the richest family in the world decided to create their ...

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    History Is More Complex Than Ideology - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics

    Instead of recognizing the complexity of human history and achievement, today's youth cast aspersions on past generations.

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    The Search for the Ten Lost Tribes

    What happened to the ten tribes and where are they today?

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    Jewish Kingdoms Throughout History

    There have been several Jewish states inside and outside the Land of Israel during ancient times, some lasting for centuries, others for only a few years.

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    Shays’ Rebellion Explained: A New Governing System for the New US

    The early United States suffered from a weak economy and lack of central authority. In 1786, a rebellion almost destroyed the fledgling republic and led to the US Constitution.

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      P-51D Mustang: I Say This Is the Best Fighter Plane Ever

      P-51 Mustang pilots shot down a total of 4,950 enemy aircraft, while more than 250 of its pilots achieved ace status and had an average rate of 7.69 air-to-air kills.

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      Elder Of Ziyon - Does Gaza Belong to the Jews? (Judean Rose)

      Is Gaza a part of indigenous Jewish territory as promised to the Jews by God?

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      Napoleon’s Hundred Days: The French Emperor’s Brief Return to Power

      Napoleon’s Hundred Days refer to the second reign of the French Emperor Napoleon I. His attempt to regain power over France, however, ultimately led to his defeat and permanent exile.

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      AGHamilton Shares the Beautiful Story of 'Operation Solomon' and It's a Beautiful Start to the New Year

       AGHamilton has spent much of his time educating people on the plight of the Jewish people and battling anti-Semites as of late.

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      Life as a Ball Turret Gunner in World War Two

      Serving on a bomber in World War Two was almost a guaranteed death sentence. Depending on the unit and time of the war, US bomber crews could experience anywhere from 50% to just over 70% of their personnel becoming killed, missing, or taken prisoner. Wit

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        USS Enterprise Just Might Be the Best U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier Ever

        USS Enterprise is known for far more than being Captain Kirk's spaceship on Star Trek. This real-life aircraft carrier was a warrior during World War II. 

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        Jonathan Feldstein – When “Harvard of the South” Was an Aspiration

        Jonathan Feldstein – When “Harvard of the South” Was an Aspiration When I attended Emory University in the 1980s, students expressed pride in Emory being the “Harvard of the South.”  Then, albeit acknowledging Emory’s second-class status

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        Francis Drake's Circumnavigation - On This Day

        Francis Drake's Circumnavigation with related historic events, famous people and historical context.

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        One day, a computer will fit on a desk (1974) | RetroFocus

        In this ABC interview from 1974, science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke makes the bold claim that one day computers will allow people to work from home and ...

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          Jews, Muslims, And An “Origin Story” Of The Arab-Israeli Conflict

          The October 7, 2023, Hamas attacks on Israeli civilians, and the worldwide moral outrage that that day’s savagery generated were only paralleled by a gleeful schadenfreude that overtook many European capitals and other places around the globe, from the Ar

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          Little Things That I Love

          Musings on a December Day

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            Rejection of the UN Partition Plan of November 29, 1947, Was a Prequel to the October 7 Massacre

            The more things change in the Middle East, the more they stay the same - Rejection of the UN Partition Plan of November 29, 1947, Was a Prequel to the October 7 Massacre

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            Settler-Colonialism: A Brief History | National Review

            History properly started the moment modern humans, bastards the whole lot of them, first departed from Africa during the Pleistocene Epoch somewhere around 58,000 b.c. It’s all been downhill from there in terms of settler-colonialism.

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              Did Europe Destroy Native American Culture?

              It is undeniable that Native Americans suffered terribly after the arrival of European settlers, but was this the result of malice or tragic inevitability?…

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              October 7 Happened Before, in Hebron

              A brutal massacre nearly a century ago in Judaism’s second-holiest city makes clear that murderous Palestinian rage against Jews has little to do with Israel or Zionism

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              “Bibi: My Story,” Benjamin Netanyahu on His Life and Times

              Recorded in Tel Aviv, Israel, on December 4, 2022 Benjamin Netanyahu is the past and soon to be again prime minister of Israel. In his new book, Bibi: My Sto...

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                The Marxists Won By Slowly Infiltrating Existing Structures

                Marxists rejected the outward revolution that Karl Marx had planned, and instead opted to subtly shape the way people thought.

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                  Why Aren’t the Arabs the ‘Colonizers’?

                  The people braying about the alleged “settler colonialism” of Israel conveniently ignore the Arabs' history of conquest and cultural imperialism.

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                  On Israel and ‘Root Causes’

                  According to today's Hamasophiles, Gaza's leadership is justified in their terror attacks against Israel because "Zionists stole their land." Before that…

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                  What You Need to Know About Origins of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

                  Joel Pollak provides a quick run-down of the origins of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that has erupted into a full-scale war in Gaza.

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                  Debunking the Palestine Lie

                  Learn more here: http://tinyurl.com/3lmo7cePalestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has launched an international campaign to achieve recognition by the United Na...

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                    There Is No Such Thing As 'Palestinians'

                    (This column is Part 1 of a series of articles explaining the fallacies that have led to the world’s leftists supporting Palestine, Gaza, and Hamas’ horrors)
                    The patterns of the anti-Semitic/Marxist/”...

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                    13 Facts About the Constitution Most People Don't Know

                    Sure, many of us have read or been told about essential documents in the world. Some might disagree about which of these rank at the highest level of importance, but disagreement sparks debate.  In turn,

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                    The Doolittle Raid: America’s revenge for Pearl Harbor

                    After Pearl Harbor, the full, if not immediately enthusiastic, participation of the United States in World War II was all but guaranteed. While there may have been murmurings of a possible attack in military circles, it blindsided the American public, and

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                    How the Seven Years' War set empires ablaze and set the stage for the American Revolution

                    The Seven Years' War, spanning from 1756 to 1763, marked the first conflict to be fought on a truly global scale. Engulfing diverse regions from the dense forests of North America to the plains of Europe, the tropical Caribbean, the coasts of West Africa,

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                    American Despotism: The Great Upheaval Over Race Begins - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics

                    The great upheaval over race in America began in the 1950s and accelerated dramatically in the 1960s with the civil rights movement.

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                    12 Notable Figures Who Served On D-Day

                    While the majority of the combatants at D-Day were just brave, ordinary soldiers, there were also several famous people who fought right alongside them.

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                    The real WWII 'Great Escape': How 76 men escaped from Nazi captivity in Stalag Luft III

                    In the dark hours of March 24, 1944, a daring and meticulously planned operation unfolded within the confines of Stalag Luft III, a German prisoner-of-war camp in Sagan, now modern-day Żagań, Poland. Known as the "Great Escape," this audacious act invol

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                    When Ernest Hemingway Walked Away From Two Plane Crashes Just Hours Apart

                    The novelist endured a crash in East Africa. Then his 'rescue' plane went down, too.

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                    American Despotism: The Historic Roots of the Constitutional Crisis - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics

                    Those who support communism have received protective treatment while anti-communists and conservatives have been vilified.

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                    Recently Declassified Soviet Video Shows the Biggest Nuclear Explosion in History

                    Tsar Bomba—the biggest hydrogen bomb ever—detonated in October 1961, and the Soviet Union caught it on tape.

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                    A Drive Around London in 1926

                    In 1926, British-born filmmaker Claude Friese-Greene filmed the streets of London in breathtaking color. But only recently has the British Film Institute released an extract of their restoration of Friese-Greene's footage.

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                    JFK Secret Service agent questions assassination theory

                    "At this point, I'm beginning to doubt myself. Now I begin to wonder," Paul Landis said regarding if Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone.

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                    Archaeologists find 'mystery' ducts near biblical Jerusalem relics | Reuters

                    An almost three millennia-old network of hewn-rock ducts unearthed in Jerusalem has baffled archaeologists, given the lack of comparable biblical finds, or obvious links to an ancient Jewish temple and palace that once stood nearby.

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                      The French and Indian War: The conflict that set the stage for the American Revolution

                      The French and Indian War, spanning from 1754 to 1763, was a momentous conflict that forever altered the landscape of North America. Not merely a territorial battle between the British and the French, this war was a complex clash involving a diverse cast

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                      Things That Caught My Eye - #2

                      Scientific dissidents, confused feminist, and awesome parenting

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                        On This Day In Space: Aug. 29, 1965: Gemini 5 breaks spaceflight duration record

                        On Aug. 29, 1965, two NASA astronauts returned from their record-breaking Gemini 5 mission.

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                        Harsh Nazi Parenting Guidelines May Still Affect German Children of Today - Scientific American

                        Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.

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                            50 Amazing Rarely Seen Photos From World War II

                            When you take a step back from it, modern war is genuinely bizarre. Nation-states, formed by drawing arbitrary lines on a map, fight it out over abstract principles of sovereignty, democracy, fascism, etc., and do so by trying to conquer pieces of one ano

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                            14 Surprising Facts About Marco Polo

                            He claimed he was besties with Mongol emperor Kublai Khan.

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                            The Largest Battles of the American Revolutionary War

                            When hostilities commenced during the American Revolution in 1775 between Great Britain and the North American colonies, all the advantages seemed to be on the side of Great Britain, the largest empire in the world. For the next eight years, the two sides

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                            The Story of One Crime: A forceful look at a martyred family

                            Filmmaker Mariusz Pilis' new documentary explores the moving story of the Ulma family, ahead of the family's beatification, set for Sept. 10.

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                              Israel: Who Are the Indigenous People?

                              The Land of Israel has changed hands many times over the centuries. But it has always been the homeland of one particular people. Noa Tishby, author of…

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                              Viral Photo of Chernobyl Taken 14 Hours After Nuclear Meltdown

                              The first photo of the Chernobyl disaster taken 14 hours after the nuclear catastrophe went viral yesterday along with its fascinating story.

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                              Was There A Woman Pope? | Simply Catholic

                              There's a narrow street in Rome on the route between the Lateran Basilica and the Vatican that for many years in the Middle Ages was shunned by the popes. Rather than chance journeying down its

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                                Is It Time To Reconsider Ulysses S. Grant?

                                In the late 19th Century, the three individuals most widely regarded as the nation’s greatest presidents were George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and… Ulysses S. Grant?!

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                                Why George Washington Is History's Only Six-Star General

                                Thanks to a law passed in 1976, our nation's first president—who died more than 200 years ago—is still the military's highest-ranking official.

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                                Independence Day: The Declaration's Civic Anthropology

                                The Founders displayed the power of man's rational nature, instead of merely asserting it.

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                                What the Fourth of July Was Not › American Greatness

                                Our national Fourth of July holiday—currently the nation’s 247th since the first in 1776—marks the birth of the United States. The iconic Declaration of Independence was published on the 4th and…

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                                Why George Washington Is Still the GOAT

                                As we celebrate the founding of the greatest country on God’s green earth, Russian president Vladimir Putin’s unprovoked and brutal invasion of Ukraine reminds us that all around the world, others are still struggling to shake off the yoke of imperial

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                                FEATURED: Jon Voight Exposes Hollywood Elites

                                Jon Voight has been one of the most vocal critics of Hollywood…..from within Hollywood. The man is a rare specimen, someone who has not been corrupted by Hollywood, someone who still thinks for himself, and with that independent thought he has decid

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                                Independence Day: Fourth of July facts you may not know

                                Each year, Americans celebrate the Fourth of July. The occasion is in honor of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence by Congress.

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                                27 Untold Facts about the Declaration of Independence

                                The declaration of independence is a document that changed the course of U.S history forever. In the year 1776, the continental congress declared the independence of 13 US countries from Great Britain. Here are 27 facts about the declaration of independen

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                                The History of Fourth of July Fireworks

                                The celebration of American Independence Day has never been small, subdued, or quiet. Here’s why the Fourth of July is illuminated with colorful displays in major cities, small towns, and backyards.

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                                The Truth about Redlining’s History | National Review

                                The dominant, left-wing narrative is rarely interrogated — and is false.

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                                CUNY Law grad faces calls to be barred from ever practicing law over 'evil,' 'Anti-American' 'hate speech'

                                CUNY Law graduate Fatima Mousa Mohammed faces additional scrutiny after she delivered a 'hate speech' during her commencement, according to critics.

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                                  USS Washington Scored the Only WW II One-on-One Battleship Kill

                                  The U.S. Navy battleship USS Washington made history by delivering the first, and only, one-on-one battleship kill of World War II.

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                                  Victor Davis Hanson: Remembering the Horrors of D-Day

                                  Seventy-nine years ago this week, the Allies assaulted the Normandy beaches on D-Day, June 6, 1944. Their invasion marked the largest amphibious landing since…

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                                  On this day in history, June 3, 1965, Ed White becomes first American to walk in space: 'Just tremendous'

                                  NASA astronaut Ed White embarked on an historic spacewalk on this day in history, June 3, 1965. The astronaut spent about 20 minutes outside the spacecraft and said, "I feel like a million dollars."

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                                  Victims of Communism, Victims of Modernism | National Review

                                  One year after its opening, many still don’t recognize the extent of the horrors documented in the Victims of Communism Museum.

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                                  How Were D-Day Beaches Named?

                                  There's a reason there's no Jelly Beach — thanks to Churchill.

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                                  Pearl Harbor Was the Worst Military Defeat in U.S. History

                                  Pearl Harbor will never be forgotten. It created an ever-present analogy that reminded everyone what could happen when enemies are appeased or ignored, and the country lets its guard down militarily. Pearl Harbor taught war planners that economic sanction

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                                  The Party of Civil Rights | National Review

                                  This magazine has long specialized in debunking pernicious political myths, and Jonah Goldberg has now provided an illuminating catalogue of tyrannical clichés, but worse than the myth and the cliché is the outright lie, the utter fabrication with ...

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                                  Nakba Day: The real origin of the Palestinians' ‘catastrophe’

                                  MAY 15 IS the anniversary of Israel's birth in 1948. It is also the date on which Palestinians in recent years have commemorated their Nakba, or "catastrophe." The events of 1948 were indeed catastrophic for the Arab refugees, perhaps as many as 700,000,

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                                  5 must-see World War II documentaries

                                  Numerous documentaries have ventured to convey the immense sacrifices of WWII.

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                                  Watch Queen Elizabeth II’s History-Making 1953 Coronation

                                  On May 12, 1937, Princess Elizabeth—then just 11 years old—looked on as her father, King George VI, was crowned at Westminster Abbey. Little did she know that just 16 years later, she would be at the center of the exact same ceremony.

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                                  Operation Unthinkable: Churchill’s Postwar Contingency Plan

                                  ‘Operation Unthinkable’ was a secret military plan proposed by Winston Churchill and developed by the British Armed Forces and the USA in May...

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                                  Escape From the Nazis - Against All Odds, a Treasure Survives - Chabad.org

                                  On Kristallnacht, the family hid in their apartment with all the lights out and the windows shut. The children peered through the edges of the curtains and watched the Nazis storm into the small synagogue below their apartment and throw the Torah scrolls

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                                  1786: America's First Brush with Islamic Jihad

                                  Exactly 237 years ago today, on March 28, 1786, two of America's founding fathers documented the United States' first exposure to Islamic jihad in an important letter to Congress. One year earlier, in 1785, Muslim pirates from North Africa, or

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                                  5 Jewish Languages You Didn’t Know Existed - Aish.com

                                  Jews share aspects of the same religion, culture, and history, but they don't all share the same languages.

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                                  Are We the Byzantines? › American Greatness

                                  When Constantinople finally fell to the Ottomans on Tuesday, May 29, 1453, the Byzantine Empire and its capital had survived for 1,000 years beyond the fall of the Western Empire at Rome.

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                                  These Seven 19th Century Jewish Inventors Changed Your Life

                                  And there’s a reason why you probably haven’t heard of them.

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                                  George Washington and the Jews | My Jewish Learning

                                  Washington's famous letter to the Hebrew Congregation in Newport.

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                                  Was George Washington Really Offered a Chance to Be King of the U.S.? | HowStuffWorks

                                  How close did America come to having a monarchy? HowStuffWorks finds out whether George Washington could have been King of the U.S.

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                                  P-51 Mustang: The World War II Fighter That Changed Everything - 19FortyFive

                                  During the Second World War, P-51 Mustang pilots shot down a total of 4,950 enemy aircraft while more than 250 pilots achieved “ace” status. 

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                                  Meet the F6F Hellcat: One of the Best Fighter Planes of World War II

                                  It was the F6F Hellcat fighter plane that finally gave U.S. Navy aviators the upper hand against Imperial Japan's Zeros.

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                                  Supermarine Spitfire: I Sat in One of the Best World War II Fighters

                                  Of all the fighter planes in the illustrious history of Great Britain’s Royal Air Force (RAF), there is little doubt that the WWII-era Supermarine Spitfire is the most famous of the bunch

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                                  Our Current House Fight Doesn't Hold a Candle to the 1855-56 Speaker Vote

                                   As I’m writing this, Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) just lost his eighth vote to fulfill his lifelong dream of becoming speaker of the House. For all of the weeping and gnashing of teeth, the whole situation is kind of funny — as long as your name isn’t Kevin McCarthy.

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                                  When Howard Hughes Helped the CIA on a Top-Secret Mission

                                  In 1968, when the CIA needed help with an audacious Cold War operation, officials decided that eccentric billionaire Howard Hughes would be the perfect man for the job.

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                                  December 7, 1941: Recalling the Heroes of the 'Day of Infamy'

                                  Wednesday will be a day of remembrance at Pearl Harbor but without a single, USS Arizona survivor.

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                                  Franklin Roosevelt: The Great Depression | PragerU

                                  To rescue America from the Great Depression, President Franklin Roosevelt attempted to steer the country on a new economic course. He called his plan the New…

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                                  Nazi Antisemitism & Islamist Hate

                                  A review of recent scholarship on the shaping of the modern Middle East in the aftermath of the Holocaust