Author Archives: Charles Walker
At 28 minutes on this video he says the world trade center buildings were the strongest buildings ever made.
Tragedy and Hope 1h50m-2h55m) Lecture 1 (2h55m-4h52m) Lecture 2 (4h52m-8h) Lecture 3 (8h-9h27m) Thomas Paine: The Most Valuable Englishman Ever (9h27m-11h40m) Common Sense Audiobook by Thomas Paine (February 4, 1776) (11h40m- 12h40m) Thomas Paine – Christopher Hitchens Lecture (Full) 15h45m-15h48m) … Continue reading
Axios – by Mike Allen Sean Parker, the founding president of Facebook, gave me a candid insider’s look at how social networks purposely hook and potentially hurt our brains. Be smart: Parker’s I-was-there account provides priceless perspective in the rising debate … Continue reading
It’s no wonder that an estimated 200,000 Puerto Ricans have fled to Florida. Miami New Times For weeks, Donald Trump gleefully boasted about the job his administration had done in helping Puerto Rico weather the monstrous Hurricane Maria, particularly noting … Continue reading
I’d like to be on this jury, so sad. Raw Story – by Brad Reed 26-year-old Tennessee woman has been arrested after she shot a homeless man who asked her to move her Porsche, Nashville metro detectives allege. The Tennessean reports that 54-year-old homeless … Continue reading
Anti-Media According to the defense contractor that developed the Predator and Reaper drones for the United States military’s operations in the Middle East, drones will have begun to replace piloted law enforcement helicopters by the year 2025. On Monday, it was reported that the … Continue reading
Gov’t Slaves – by Thomas Dishaw The war on truth has reached a fever pitch as Google has made it their mission to annihilate the independent media. The ‘New Media’ lead by the likes of Infowars, Breitbart, Natural News and many … Continue reading
Food Revolution Every day, millions of people drink chlorinated tap water. Chlorine is used to keep our water clean by disinfecting it and killing germs. And it does a marvelous job at eliminating most pathogens from the water we drink. … Continue reading
Pew Research Center – by D’Vera Cohn, September 30, 2015 The United States began regulating immigration soon after it won independence from Great Britain, and the laws since enacted have reflected the politics and migrant flows of the times. Early legislation tended … Continue reading
Antietam, fought on September 17, 1862, was of even greater significance in the war than either the first or the second Battle of Bull Run. It remains the bloodiest single day of conflict in American history, a day when more … Continue reading
Express Jet Pilots I found this case interesting. United States District Court Virginia COULTER, Plaintiff, v. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, Transportation Safety Administration, and Patricia Lamb, Defendants.