From ThinkWingRadio.com (History Section)

I love history. I think it’s particularly fascinating when you can almost imagine yourself in the past because a scene is presented so vividly, and nothing does that with more power than film or photos from a long-ago time.

Below are four links that I’ve collected and put in the History tab of ThinkWingRadio.com.

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To X-37B Or Not To X-37B? That Is The Question.

This article written by me was originally published on TGDaily.com on May 21, 2010. There have been some interesting developments about which I’ll be publishing a follow-up article soon. (Hint: I’ll be looking a little prescient.)

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To X-37B Or Not To X-37B? That Is The Question.

Michael R. Honig | Fri 21st May 2010, 07:44 pm

Changes are coming rapidly to NASA, and the future of the United States’ dedication and capability to mount manned space missions are increasingly in question. 

In “Stargate: SG-1”, the world was still struggling to build and expand space programs to low Earth orbit, while the U.S. (still using NASA as a cover story) was secretly exploring our galaxy, and some others, using the alien-built Stargate system. Continue reading

Barack Obama: Change you can be disappointed in. “…”It takes two to make peace, but only one to make war.”

“It takes two to make peace, but only one to make war. Obama is trying to negotiate with non-existent bipartisans. He’s always been negotiating with non-existent bipartisans. Worse, he negotiates with them starting with his final position, as if with the expectation that a reasonable first offer will be accepted as-is.” Continue reading

“…Thank God, neither the agents in question or any other Russian intelligence officers are known to have been involved in creating secret prisons, kidnappings, or torture.” – Vladimir Putin

Vladimir Putin can make this statement thanks exclusively to the Bush/Cheney Admininstration.

[A]sked about the 10 Russian “sleeper agents” caught in the US in June and later deported to Moscow. Putin claimed that they had not harmed US interests, adding: “The methods employed by our special services differ in a good way from those used by US special services. Thank God, neither the agents in question or any other Russian intelligence officers are known to have been involved in creating secret prisons, kidnappings, or torture.”
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/dec/02/us-embassy-cables-itvinenko-putin

So the question again remains: When will this nation have the courage to clear its good name and indict our homegrown war criminals?