Controversial New Documentary Reveals How A Teenage Army Physicist Named Ted Hall Saved The Russian People From A Treacherous U.S. Sneak Attack In 1950-51—And May Well Have Prevented A Global Nuclear Holocaust
In what may be the first salvo in this year’s War on Christmas, Disney+’s series The Santa Clauses has resurrected a familiar trope in laying the blame for the supposed lack of holiday cheer on political correctness run amok — specifically an alleged aversion to saying “Merry Christmas” in our modern, multicultural society.
In 1961, in his famous farewell address, President Dwight D. Eisenhower warned America about the military-industrial complex. He said it potentially posed a grave threat to liberty and democracy, noting that only an alert and knowledgable citizenry could keep its “disastrous rise” in check. In an earlier draft of his speech, Ike had included Congress as part of the complex, but he removed it from the final draft in the interest of parting with Congress on good terms.
In this final segment of his series, Matthew Ehret gives the last word to several leading scientists who took a stand in our modern age against the rise of the cult of darkness.