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Triumphant Plutocracy - Episode #8

An insiders view on how bankers, corporations, and lawyers took over the United States Government and became the “Rulers of America” during the Gilded Age.  Written with true authority by a man who had a front row seat for it all, R. 169 more words

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History of America's One Percent - Episode #19

In this podcast series we dive into the long and shadowy history of America’s ruling elite through the works of authors who were either silenced, suppressed, or forgotten, to discover the origins of the 1% and from where their power and wealth was, and still is, extracted. 567 more words

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Triumphant Plutocracy - Episode #6

An insiders view on how bankers, corporations, and lawyers took over the United States Government and became the “Rulers of America” during the Gilded Age.  Written with true authority by a man who had a front row seat for it all, R. 294 more words

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Exxon Chief Rex Tillerson Has Two Years to Save His Lost Legacy

It was a moment of triumph for the chief executive officer of ExxonMobil. Almost a decade into the job, Rex Tillerson learned in September 2014 that the costliest well in the company’s history had struck oil a mile beneath the icy seas off the Siberian coast. 1,338 more words

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The Holocaust - We Must Remember, James Pool: Who Financed Hitler?

 THE HOLOCAUST: WE MUST REMEMBER

30-Hour Series of Interviews broadcast on the Roger Fredinburg Radio Program 11-05-1997 – Second Program in Series Guest:   James E. Pool, Author Who Financed Hitler: The Secret Funding of Hitler’s Rise to Power, 1919-1933  ISBN-10: 0671760831 and ISBN-13: 978-0672760830 This is hour 1 of the first James Poole Interview. 7,074 more words

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A Most Violent Year: A Review

“New York, I love you, but you’re bringing me down…”*

1981. Guns, gangs, police and violence. Tense, full of suspense, J.C. Chandor’s A Most Violent Year inverts the ‘gangster’ genre with an innovative eye. 1,225 more words

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