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Thu, 11 February 1999

Apollo Astronaut Was Murdered, Son Charges

Christopher Ruddy NewsMax 11 February 1999 Apollo Astronaut Was Murdered, Son Charges Virgil I. “Gus” Grissom, the astronaut slated to be the first man to walk on the moon, was murdered, his son has charged in the February 16 edition of STAR magazine. In another…
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Sun, 10 May 1998

Ex-Jesuit Priest Alberto Rivera Reveals How the Vatican created Islam

  This information came from Alberto Rivera, former Jesuit priest after his conversion to Protestant Christianity.  It is excerpted from The Prophet, published by Chick Publications, PO Box 662, Chino, CA 91708. Since its publication, after several unsuccessful attempts on his life, he died suddenly…
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Fri, 9 October 1992

Clinton on the Defense About Moscow Trip

The Southeast Missourian 9 October 1992 Ron Fournier Associated Press Bill Clinton said Thursday that President Bush had “sunk to a new low” in making a campaign issue of his college trip to Moscow and overseas war protests of two decades ago.  Bush kept up…
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Tue, 21 February 1967

C.I.A. Subsidized Festival Trips

Hundreds of Students Were Sent to World Gatherings The New York Times February 21, 1967 A New York freelance writer disclosed yesterday that the Central Intelligence Agency had supported a foundation that sent hundreds of Americans to World Youth Festivals in Vienna in 1959 and…
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