As we pay tribute to the brave men and women of our military, we proclaim, “God Bless our Veterans and God Bless the USA.
Somber, weird or evil, there is something that’s just downright creepy about the following 10 locations that will make the hair on the back of your neck stand. Take the Sanzhi UFO Houses, a set of abandoned pod-shaped buildings in New Tapei City, Taiwan, which served as a vacation resort for U.S. military stationed in the area. The project was shut down in 1980 due to financial issues and several incidents, such as several car accidents and suicides, earning it a reputation for being cursed. Check out nine other equally weird locales in this edition of Hybrid Librarian.
Author and liberty activist Tarrin Lupo says he received a 50-year-old cartoon that remarkably predicts the future, forewarning why incessant government intervention is a mortal threat to our very freedom, our precious system of free enterprise. Check out this prophetic gem, courtesy of LCLReport.com.
Author Niall Ferguson’s The Pity of War examines what the world be like–especially the European Union–if Germany had been victorious in World War I. In his tome, Ferguson destroys many myths of the world’s first major conflict and asks many direct and impolite questions. Political pundit Dick Morris says perhaps the major benefit of a German victory would have quashed the rise of Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich. “The stab in the back theory that animated Hitler’s rise to power was based on Germany losing World War I when it thought that it was on verge of winning it,” Morris says. “And that would not have taken place and Hitler would not have been propelled into power. Germany would not have had to pay huge reparations to the rest of the world and therefore would not have had mega-inflation, would not have had the economic collapse, and Hitler would not exist.” Morris elaborates further in this educational edition of Dick Morris Reports.
In this video blog by Perfet Life, a moving collection of iconic photographs from the last 100 years demonstrates the heartbreak of loss, the tremendous power of loyalty and the triumph of the human spirit.
From animals that are made for speed to the fastest movement we know of, Danger Dolan counts down the 15 fastest things known to mankind. The list examines humans, animals, missiles, cars and, of course, extraterrestrial objects, such as stars. Check out what is the fastest object in the universe. Faster than light, if you can believe it!
“President Obama announced new restrictions on greenhouse gas omissions,” reports Jodi Miller. “As expected, Republicans in Congress are vowing to fight the plan–a virtual guarantee that they will do absolutely nothing.” Miller also zeroes in on Hillary Clinton, Al Gore, Joe Biden, Cuba, Rick Perry and Ray Rice in this edition of NewsBusted.
As we celebrate Memorial Day and the patriots who paid the ultimate price for their country, Fox News features the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), an organization that helps families cope with the unimaginable loss of a loved one. Host Elizabeth Prann discusses the program and its benefits with TAPS founder and president Bonnie Carroll and Amy Stoddard, whose husband was a casualty of the Afghanistan War in 2005.
We join the masses across America to pay tribute to the men and women, both past and present, who defend the freedoms we all enjoy. May God bless them all. And may God bless America.