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Newsweek Magazine Publishes an Article titled, "How the Bible Made America"

Newsweek Magazine Publishes an Article titled, “How the Bible Made America”

Newsweek magazine, on December 27, 1982, in an article entitled, How the Bible Made America, made this revealing statement, “Historians are discovering that the Bible, perhaps even more than the Constitution, is our Founding document.” To understand the core values of a nation, one must simply look to the beliefs set forth during its conception. Judge for yourself how far we have drifted from the original ...
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Malcolm and Susan Smith and Albert and Carole Hickman Convicted in Telford, Shropshire for a Series of Sexual and Physical Assaults against Children During Satanic Rituals

Malcolm and Susan Smith and Albert and Carole Hickman Convicted in Telford, Shropshire for a Series of Sexual and Physical Assaults against Children During Satanic Rituals

Malcolm and Susan Smith and Albert and Carole Hickman, were convicted in Telford, Shropshire for a series of sexual and physical assaults against children during satanic rituals. Malcolm Smith carved an inverted cross on one child’s abdomen and branded her genitals with a red-hot altar knife.  A judge today jailed two couples after hearing how they indulged themselves in devil worship and a "web of sexual corruption" with young ...
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Whistleblower James Bamford Publishes 'The Puzzle Palace', the First Book about Warrantless NSA Spying on Americans

Whistleblower James Bamford Publishes ‘The Puzzle Palace’, the First Book about Warrantless NSA Spying on Americans

James Bamford, having gathered extensive information on the NSA, wrote the "The Puzzle Palace", a nickname for the agency, and it was published on September 19, 1982. Before the book's publication, the Reagan administration claimed that unclassified source documents were released to Bamford in error, and threatened him with prosecution if he did not return 250 pages of documents he had obtained through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) ...
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Sabra-Shatila Massacre in Lebanon: Philangists Raped, Murdered, and Mutilated as many as 3500 Palestinian and Lebanese Civilians

Sabra-Shatila Massacre in Lebanon: Philangists Raped, Murdered, and Mutilated as many as 3500 Palestinian and Lebanese Civilians

Commemorating Sabra and Shatila .This article was first published in 2012 On September 16, 1982, Lebanese militiamen allied to Israel entered the Palestinian refugee camp of Shatila and the adjacent neighborhood of Sabra in Beirut under the watch of the Israeli army and began a slaughter that caused outrage around the world. Over the next day and a half, up to 3500 Palestinian and Lebanese civilians, ...
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14 Yr. Old who Invented Email in 1978 obtains Copyright. History Whitewashes Him in Favor of DARPA

14 Yr. Old who Invented Email in 1978 obtains Copyright. History Whitewashes Him in Favor of DARPA

In 1978, a 14-year-old named V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai developed a computer program, which replicated the features of the interoffice, inter-organizational paper mail system. He named his program “EMAIL”. Shiva filed an application for copyright in his program and in 1982 the United States Copyright Office issued a Certificate of Registration, No. TXu-111-775, to him on the program. As required by the Regulations of the Copyright Office, ...
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Charlotte Iserbyt, former Sr Policy Advisor in the U.S. Dept of Education, Blows the Whistle on a Major Technology Initiative to Control Curriculum in America's Classrooms.

Charlotte Iserbyt, former Sr Policy Advisor in the U.S. Dept of Education, Blows the Whistle on a Major Technology Initiative to Control Curriculum in America’s Classrooms.

Charlotte Iserbyt | written June 15, 2004 Although Ronald Reagan had made abolishing the unconstitutional U.S. Dept. of Education one of his most important campaign promises while running for President in 1979-1980, once elected he made a very strange choice for his Secretary of Education, T. H. Bell from Utah, who had not only been a former state superintendent of schools and United States Commissioner of ...
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"No Place to Hide: The Strategy and Tactics of Terrorism" Documentary Released by G Edward Griffin Exposing Terrorism, Bill Ayer's WUO, and more...

“No Place to Hide: The Strategy and Tactics of Terrorism” Documentary Released by G Edward Griffin Exposing Terrorism, Bill Ayer’s WUO, and more…

This documentary removes the mystery from international terrorism. On the surface, terrorism appears to be irrational and counter-productive but, when the long-range strategy and tactics are understood, it becomes recognizable as part of a larger plan to weaken and destroy target governments. It is but one phase of the Marxist-Leninist dogma of so-called Wars of National Liberation. The terrorists themselves are dispensable players in this deadly ...
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Kennesaw Georgia Passes a Gun Law Requiring Each Capable Head of Household to Own a Firearm. Crime Rates Drop 50% and Burglaries 90% as a Result

Kennesaw Georgia Passes a Gun Law Requiring Each Capable Head of Household to Own a Firearm. Crime Rates Drop 50% and Burglaries 90% as a Result

(2007) As the nation debates whether more guns or fewer can prevent tragedies like the Virginia Tech Massacre, a notable anniversary passed last month in a Georgia town that witnessed a dramatic plunge in crime and violence after mandating residents to own firearms. In March 1982, 25 years ago, the small town of Kennesaw – responding to a handgun ban in Morton Grove, Ill. – unanimously ...
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