The Federal Reserve Act Gets Snuck Through the Senate After Most Opposing Senators had Left Town for the Christmans Holiday

During the democratic campaign the supporters of Woodrow Wilson pretended to oppose the Aldrich Bill. As Rep. Louis McFadden, a democrat and chairman of the House of Banking and Currency Committee explained it twenty years after the fact, “The Aldrich Bill was condemned in the platform, when Woodrow Wilson was nominated, the men who ruled […]

The Rockefeller Foundation Establishes the International Health Commission

The Rockefeller Foundation Establishes the International Health Commission (1913-1916) which laid the foundation for how health and science research and development were to be conducted. It became the International Health Board in 1916 until 1927, and was known as the International Health Division from 1927 until 1951. Many of today’s health institutions were modeled on this commission’s […]

The Rockefeller Foundation is Established by John D. Rockefeller

The Foundation was started by Standard Oil owner John D. Rockefeller (“Senior”), along with his son John D. Rockefeller Jr. (“Junior”), and Senior’s principal oil and gas business and philanthropic advisor, Frederick Taylor Gates, in New York State on May 14, 1913, when its charter was formally accepted by the New York State Legislature after […]

In Contrast to Campaign Promises The Newly Inaugurated Wilson Administration Began Government-wide Segregation of Work Places, Rest Rooms and Lunch Rooms

During Woodrow Wilson’s 1912 presidential campaign, he promised African Americans advancement. He stated, “Should I become President of the United States, [Negroes] [sic] may count upon me for absolute fair dealing and for everything by which I could assist in advancing the interests of their race in the United States.”(1)  Believing in his promise, many […]

The Jesuit Extreme Oath of Induction is Recorded in the Congressional Record

The Jesuit Extreme Oath of Induction was recorded in the Journals of the 62nd Congress, 3rd Session of the U.S.  (House Calendar No. 397. Report No. 1523)  Congressional Record—House, pp3215-3216. The text can be found in the article below along with the ceremonial question and answers. The Jesuit Fourth Vow or the Blood Oath | […]