1776: On this Day in History, Benjamin Franklin takes sides

St. James Chronicle of London announces Benjamin Franklin is now at the head of the rebellion in North America.

Trump: Year One – Justin Raimondo

Trump is neither monster nor savior, and that is evident on this first anniversary of the Trump victory

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How DPRK riddle is freaking out US establishment

Asia-Pacific is where the real action is – geopolitically and geoeconomically.

CrossTalk: Rigged Politics

Donna Brazile claimed Bernie Sanders was cheated in the primary.

1942: On this Day in History, U.S. Military Draft Age is Lowered to...

On this 11th day of November in 1942, Congress approved lowering the draft age to 18 and raising the upper limit to age 37.

New Jersey Institute of Technology Ranks in Top 10 Percent for Veteran Friendliness

The university is ranked 127 out of 1,424 schools, moving up 456 slots over the previous year.

2001: On This Day in History, Bush addresses United Nations on terrorism

In wake of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on World Trade Center and Pentagon, President George W. Bush addresses United Nations to ask for international community’s help in combating terrorism around the world.

Can Ecstasy heal PTSD?

Ecstasy. Molly. The Love Drug. Cure for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder? U.S. Government preventing treatment? Watch the Movie "MDMA: Stories of Treatment"

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