Did you hear the one about the B-17 "Ghost Bomber" that landed itself as World War II raged in the European theater?
The American airplane touched down at an Allied base in Cortonburg, Belgium, with no one aboard!
On November 23, 1944, a Royal Air Force unit saw the 35,000-pound U.S. Army Air Forces Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress bomber as it headed straight toward three of their anti-aircraft gun positions at high speed. It looked like the plane was in trouble and would plow directly into them.
The landing gear were down. Observers figured that the aircraft was damaged and...
President Trump announced last week, that he doses every day on a malaria-fighting drug to ward off COVID-19 infection.
The mainstream media have had a field day, repeating ad nauseum that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration hasn't approved hydroxychloroquine as a coronavirus treatment - so how dare he use it?
Trump told a group of restaurant executives that he had started the therapy a couple of weeks previously. One nay-sayer wrote:
"Trump has cast it as safe and suggested coronavirus patients have little to lose by trying it. But at least one study has shown the drug does...
In the time soon after Christian forces captured and occupied the Holy Land around 1100, a small group of fierce fighters formed in order to protect travelers and help defend the new Christian states in the Middle East.
They were known as The Poor Knights of the Temple of King Solomon, and as the Order grew, it became known as the “Knights Templar.” Over the next two centuries, the Order became a powerful political and economic force all across Europe, becoming almost legendary.
The Knights Templar, with their white tunics emblazoned with a red cross, became the iconic symbol of...
There has been a lot put out there lately about Bill Gates being “behind” the COVID-19 outbreak -- at the very least for massive profits, and at the worst, as a means of “population control.”
On the surface, this may sound like another in a long-list of coronavirus conspiracy theories that have spread almost as rapidly as the disease itself. However, there is a compelling series of dots to connect here.
Consider this. Merely weeks before the first cases of COVID-19 were announced out of Wuhan, The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, in partnership with the World Economic Forum...
President Trump has shown his support for a popular TV duo who were let go by Fox News for allegedly peddling coronavirus “conspiracy theories” on their broadcasts.
The pair, known as Diamond and Silk, whose real names are Ineitha Lynnette Hardaway and Herneitha Rochelle Hardaway Richardson, describe themselves on their joint Twitter profile as “President Donald J Trump's Most Loyal Supporters”.
The two have been associated with the president since 2015, appearing at his rallies both during that campaign and as recently as early March.
The president has defended the vocal pair of right-wing activists who were reportedly fired from...