Edwin Howard Armstrong Patents FM Radio. RCA attempts to Steal the Invention

The invention of the radio allowed information and music to be broadcast across long distances. The radio was first used to communicate between ships and land bases. Edwin Howard Armstrong’s patent of FM radio came through as he was concurrently battling another inventor for the rights to the invention of superheterodyne radio. Armstrong invented wide-band […]

FDR: “The Real Truth of the Matter Is, as You and I Know, that a Financial Element in the Larger Centers has Owned the Government Since the Days of Andrew Jackson.”

Nov. 21, 1933 – In a letter to Col. Edward M. House, President Franklin Roosevelt writes: “The real truth of the matter is, as you and I know, that a financial element in the larger centers has owned the Government since the days of Andrew Jackson.”      

President Franklin D. Roosevelt Extended “Normal Diplomatic Relations” to the Communist Dictatorship under Joseph Stalin in Moscow

As I argue in my book, “American Betrayal,” it’s the seminal event in modern U.S. history. On this day in 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt extended “normal diplomatic relations” to the communist dictatorship under Joseph Stalin in Moscow which began the fundamental transformation of America. In exchange for a page of Soviet concessions signed by Foreign Minister […]

HG Wells Publishes ‘The Shape of Things to Come’: “Although World Government had been Plainly Coming for Some Years… It Found No Opposition Anywhere.”

Wells “psychologically conditioned the public to accept the stages of the New World Order as if they were self-evident.” Is there any proof that events in the world are following a script? The question has intrigued me because many people with inside knowledge have told me they attended meetings where the script of the future was […]

The 1933 ‘Business Plot’: Smedley Butler Blows the Whistle on Industrialists & Bankers Coup to Overthrow the Gov’t, or Ruse for FDR Support?

An outstanding Major General of the Marine Corps, Smedley Butler, became involved in a controversy known as the Business Plot, when he told a congressional committee that a group of wealthy industrialists (including Goodyear, US Steel, JP Morgan, Heinz, and Maxwell House) were planning a military coup to overthrow the US government & FDR, with […]