Henry J. “Doc” Miller died on December 17. 2021, at his vacation home in Isle of Palms, South Carolina. He was 76 years old. Doc’s extraordinary life could never be reduced to a few words on a page. Indeed, even “just” his work on behalf of AIER defies reduction. But as a member of the
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People, it seems, are increasingly unable to bear the presence in a room of someone who is of different political opinion from theirs. We have now become adept at gauging the general tenor of any gathering’s views and either join in if those views coincide with our own or hold our silence if they don’t.
Chaos & The Triumph Of Survival Authored by Egon von Greyerz via GoldSwitzerland.com, One of the most horrifying works of art is Bruegel’s “The Triumph of Death” painted in 1562. The painting depicts the end of life on earth. I sincerely hope that this is not what the world will literally look like in the next decade
Stockman: ‘Patriotic Duty’ My Eye Authored by David Stockman via The Brownstone Institute, Rough Rider Teddy must be rolling in his grave as he looks down upon these poseurs gathered in the Roosevelt room. For crying out loud, every one of them is double vaxxed and totally boosted. And they have issued orders to force
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Rather than just having Christmas on our minds once per year, we can try to keep it in our hearts all year!
Stuka, The Dive Bomber That Terrified the Allies – Perhaps no weapon was as closely associated with the Nazi German in early in World War II as the Stuka dive bomber, infamous for howling, near-vertical dive attacks on warships, battlefield targets, and defenseless civilian communities like merciless birds of prey. However, the Stuka’s reputation did not survive
Nimitz-Class: a 4 Minute History: The most successful U.S. Navy aircraft carriers of the postwar era all belong to a class named in honor of World War II’s most successful admiral, Chester W. Nimitz. The class’s lead ship, commissioned in 1975, bears the fleet admiral’s name. The Nimitz-class aircraft carriers were, at the time, the
Scientists hope the observatory will change our understanding of space.