Who is Abraham Lincoln? — with Daniel Boorstin (1996) | THINK TANK

Who is Abraham Lincoln? — with Daniel Boorstin (1996) | THINK TANK

Ben Wattenberg: Hello, I’m Ben Wattenberg. It was here at Ford’s Theater in 1865 that America’s 16th president, Abraham Lincoln, was shot by John Wilkes Booth. Afterward, the assassin leapt from that balcony shouting, “Sic semper tyrannus,” or “Thus always the tyrants,” and “The South is avenged.” Lincoln has been called many things: savior, tyrant,…Continue reading Who is Abraham Lincoln? — with Daniel Boorstin (1996) | THINK TANK

New Evidence Could Rewrite the History of Human Bipedalism

Have you ever wondered where walking comes from? It’s something most of us do every day, And new fossil evidence adds some serious twists and turns to our understanding of the evolution of human mobility. Let’s get the confusing part out of the way first: humans are taxonomically classified in the family Hominidae. This is…Continue reading New Evidence Could Rewrite the History of Human Bipedalism

Vivek Agnihotri & Rajiv Malhotra discuss the Islamic-Maoist nexus of Breaking India forces

Vivek Agnihotri & Rajiv Malhotra discuss the Islamic-Maoist nexus of Breaking India forces

Namaste! I have a guest that you all know about. Vivek Agnihotri, an important filmmaker from India and an activist. Welcome Vivek! Thank you, thank you Rajivji. It’s a delight to be here. Thanks for your invitation. You know, I also wanted your wife, Pallavi Joshi to be here so it would be a three-way…Continue reading Vivek Agnihotri & Rajiv Malhotra discuss the Islamic-Maoist nexus of Breaking India forces