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Milton William Cooper

Behold a Pale Horse (1991)

Behold a Pale Horse (1991) by Milton William Cooper

Bill Cooper, former United States Naval Intelligence Briefing Team member, reveals information that remains hidden from the public eye. This information has been kept in top-secret government files since the 1940s. His audiences hear the truth unfold as he writes about the assassination of John...

James Burnham


The Web of Subversion - UNDERGROUND NETWORKS IN THE U. S. GOVERNMENT (1954) by James Burnham

When the Russians ACTUALLY interfered with the workings of the US government over a period of many years. Well documented, thoroughly researched and logically presented. Burnham identifies numerous spy rings, espionage activities and the individuals resp...

Alan Scheflin

Jury Nullification: The Right to Say No (1972)

Jury Nullification: The Right to Say No (1972) by Alan Scheflin

Only one of the countless historical trials held at the Old Bailey in London is commemorated by a memorial in the present building. On a plaque near Court No. 5 are inscribed these words:

Near this site William Penn and William Mead were tried in 1670 for preaching to an unla...

Nathuram Vinayak Godse

May It Please Your Honour: Statement of Nathuram Godse (1989)

May It Please Your Honour: Statement of Nathuram Godse (1989) by Nathuram Vinayak Godse

This volume contains the original statement of Mahatma Gandhi's Assassin made in the trial court which sentenced him to death. It is preceded by a brief statement of his brother. Both the statements seek to justify the murder of Mahatma Gandhi because of his...

Garet Garrett

The Revolution Was (1944)

The Revolution Was (1944) by Garet Garrett

Explains how Roosevelt's New Deal and The Great Depression was used to enact a "silent revolution" in the USA which went by unnoticed.

"There is no comfort in history for those who put their faith in forms; who think there is safeguard in words inscribed on parchment, preserved in a glass case, reprod...