IT IS well known that Hitler tried to find the Ark of the Covenant. But did you know that he also had designs on the Shroud of Turin? Russ Breault tells us about this fascinating chapter in the history of what may be the most intriguing object in the world.
A COTTAGE industry of conspiracy theorizing has grown up around the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. As the 50th anniversary of the event draws near, we discuss a new book that looks at all of the major theories and tries to untangle the threads. Two-time New York Times best-selling
IT DOESN’T take medical training to recognize that our world is sick. One might say that what we need now, more than anything, is a doctor of singular skill. While we wait for His return, we discuss the ills that plague us with Dr. Stanley Monteith, host of Radio Liberty and author
WHAT PRICE does a syndicated radio talk show host pay when he decides to pass on a network cable TV deal in favor of speaking the truth? At the very least, you can kiss prime time and the New York Times bestseller list goodbye. Paul McGuire hosted a nationally syndicated radio
WOULD IT surprise you to learn that oil is a renewable resource that has nothing at all to do with fossils? Probably, since some very powerful forces have a vested interest in preserving the myth of “peak oil”. Jerome Corsi, #1 best-selling author and senior staff writer for WorldNetDaily, is