Episode 109: Taking a Stand (with Robert Higgs)

Trevor Burrus: Welcome to Free Thoughts from Libertarianism.org and the Cato Institute. I’m Trevor Burrus. Aaron Ross Powell: And I’m Aaron Powell. Trevor Burrus: Joining us today is Robert Higgs, Senior Fellow in Political Economy at The Independent Institute, Editor at Large of The Independent Review and author of many books including the libertarian classic Read more…

Where Two Bullets Killed Millions

The Bosnian War happened because a nation is a very hard thing to define. In this video, our third in our five part series, I intend to show you how. Gavrilo Princip believed in Yugoslavia. He believed in the unity of his people. It’s just he wasn’t exactly sure who those people were, what form Read more…

Pawn Stars: RARE BABE RUTH PHOTO IS EXTRA EXPENSIVE (Season 11) | History

Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures – Ray’s Photo Bomb

Monty: We were at the Halo party last night. Miles: So we went to the Microsoft store up north of Austin. I think my favorite part of the night, though, was the very end. So we had been hanging out, there was pizza, there was the game, We were signing, signing for fans. Talking with Read more…

How Oscar Speeches Became So Political | Retro Report

-It’s our time to have wage equality once and for all and equal rights for women in the United States of America. [Applause] When did the Oscars become so political, a platform for Hollywood stars and their favorite causes? -In case you are confused, there is no host tonight, there won’t be a popular movie Read more…

Sega Digio SJ-1: The 1996 Sega LCD Digital Camera

[piano-laden jazz music] Greetings and welcome to an LGR camera thing! And this time around we’ve got a delightful little oddity from Sega. Yes, that ♪ Sega! ♫ Back in the mid-90s, they were experimenting with all kinds of hardware beyond games, and 1996 saw the release of the Digio SJ-1, Sega’s first and only Read more…

Bantu, Annie aur Doctor Professor ki Gol Dunya [Episode 2]

The Round World of Bantu, Annie and Doctor Professor Assalam o Alaikum Doctor Professor! Wa Alaikum Assalam! How are you kids? (muffled) Fine (sadly) Just fine (angrily) Hmm.. Seems like we are not in the mood for studying today. We are Doctor Professor, but you brought the globe again. Are we going to learn about Read more…

Taxi To The Front – The First Battle of the Marne I THE GREAT WAR – Week 7

The first five weeks of the war have seen great offensives by Germany, Russia, and Austria-Hungary, larger than any military operations in history. Hundred s of thousands of men have died, but today all of those offensives come to an end. I’m Indy Neidell; welcome to the Great War. At the beginning of the week, Read more…

The Canadian Corps Takes Vimy Ridge – The Battle of Arras I THE GREAT WAR Week 142

Troops from the colonies and dominions of the European empires had been looked down on or dismissed as unequal to their European counterparts, thought they had been slowly but steadily proving that wrong as the war progressed. And that happens big time this week, as Canada strikes. I’m Indy Neidell; welcome to the Great War. Read more…

Armistice – But Peace? I THE GREAT WAR Week 225

What can I say about this week this week the war ends I’m indy neidell. Welcome to the great war Last week what was left of the austro-hungarian Empire signed an armistice leaving Germany as the last man standing of the Central Powers the Allies advanced all week in the West and cut the Germans Read more…