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Andrea Di Robilant's latest book, "Irresistible North, From Venice to Greenland on the Trail of the Zen Brothers" is a fresh new look at the Zen (Zeno) brothers and the Zeno Map and Narrative.
Steve St Clair, Director of the Sinclair DNA study interviews Andrea Di Robilant about the trip he made to the points of the voyage, about why he's now convinced the story of Nicolo 'the Younger' was real, and why it's inconceivable that Nicolo would have fabricated such a story.
The book weaves in John Dee, Queen Elizabeth I, Nicolo 'the Younger's' publisher, Prince Henry Sinclair, those opposed to the Prince Henry Sinclair story, and much more.
You'll be drawn into the story of the Zen brothers as surely as Mr. Di Robilant was.
Learn more about the Sinclair DNA study at this link - http://www.stclairresearch.com/content/storiesJarlHenry.html
And order Andrea Di Robilant's book at this link - http://amzn.to/rCoJOH
The St Clair Research DNA study is looking into the family's true history and searching for further evidence of the voyage of Prince Henry Sinclair.
Learn more at StClairResearch.com
Dianne Feinstein, war profiteer, sticks it to the intelligence community. Why?
The federal budget will go the House for a vote on Thursday, before going on to the Senate. But several lawmakers say they haven't had time to read the 1603 page bill. Drudge headlines the bill as a betrayal to Americans.
That and more...
Today the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence released its report on the CIA's detention and interrogation techniques. And while that was happening, the House Oversight Committee led by Darrel Issa, grilled both Jonathan Gruber and HHS' Marilyn Tavenner about the deceptive practices used to pass Obamacare.
Those two items alone give us plenty to talk about tonight.
Jeb Bush forms an Exploratory Committee to, well, explore the possibility of running for president.
Sen. Ted Cruz is more popular than ever with Americans. But his Senate confreres are avoiding him like the plague. Why?
Obama today "normalized" relations with Cuba. Can he do that? And what can the new Congress do about it?
Committee members have been named in the new Congress. Who are they and what do their assignments portend?
The Hon. Elizabeth Letchworth, retired US Senate Secretary and founder of GradeGov.com, will attempt to answer our questions.
Sony Cancels Release of The Interview Amid Hacker Threats of Violence
Tonight we'll talk to Harmon Kaslow, producer of the Atlas Shrugged trilogy about the headline making hack that's rocked Hollywood's film industry.
Harmon Kaslow is a motion picture producer. Along with John Aglialoro, Kaslow produced a trilogy of movies based on the Ayn Rand novel titled "Atlas Shrugged" including Atlas Shrugged: Part I and Atlas Shrugged: Part II and Atlas Shrugged: Part III. Prior to producing the Atlas Shrugged movies, Kaslow was an executive at A-Mark Entertainment and Kismet Entertainment Group and an associate at Shea & Gould, an international law firm.
GOP leaders called a recess to floor proceedings on the Omnibus Bill that would fund the Federal Government until next Sept. Not enough votes for passage. As of this writing, House members are still out, but Speaker Boehner says a vote will come before the money runs out at midnight tonight.
However... It’s not clear what they will be voting on. A Continuing Resolution (CR) that will fund the government until the new Republican -led Congress is seated in January?
Tonight the Hon. Elizabeth Letchworth gives us her take on today's turn of events -- the postponement of vote taking on the CRomnibus hybrid, the "House of Cards"
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