GENOA, Italy ? Five centuries after one native of this port town ventured west into the Atlantic in hopes of opening up global trade, another is working hard to shut it down. Christopher Columbus is world-famous for inadvertently stumbling on the Americas as he looked for a faster trade route to Asia. Show More Summary
Taibbi: Ailes was the Christopher Columbus of hate. When the former daytime TV executive and political strategist looked across the American continent, he saw money laying around in giant piles. He knew all that was needed to pick it up was a) the total abandonment of any sense of decency or civic duty in the […]
"Ailes was the Christopher Columbus of hate. When the former daytime TV executive and political strategist looked across the American continent, he saw money laying around in giant piles."
Matt Taibbi: “Ailes was the Christopher Columbus of hate. When the former daytime TV executive and political strategist looked across the American continent, he saw money laying around in giant piles. He knew all that was needed to pick it [...]
An exclusive report by Fox News details a story involving a “space treasure map” and an amazing discovery in the... The post NEW: Christopher Columbus’ Anchor Discovered at Caribbean Shipwreck Site (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
EXCLUSIVE: Experts have used a “space treasure map” to make a remarkable discovery in the Caribbean -- a centuries-old anchor believed to be from one of Christopher Columbus’ ships. Analysis of the anchor, which was found off the Turks and Caicos islands, reveals that it dates to between 1492 and 1550. Show More Summary
Fashion historians don't all agree on where and when denim originated — some say Levi Strauss popularized the textile he found in a French town called Nîmes, while others claim that Christopher Columbus first brought it to America on a ship with sails made of blue denim. But one thing's sure:... Continue reading
Christopher Columbus was not the first European to discover the New World! This commonly held belief is wrong. Columbus didn't reach the New
They all all laughed at Christopher Columbus when he said the world was round. They all laughed when Edison recorded sound They all said I never would be happy If I deleted my Apple, Twitter, Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft and Dropbox...Show More Summary
Welcome autodidacts. If you clicked on this article, then you plan to be in the hallowed company of names like Christopher Columbus, Thomas Alva Edison, Benjamin Franklin, Abraham Lincoln, David Bowie, Russell Crowe, and Eminem among others. Show More Summary
Director of the first three Harry Potter films, Christopher Columbus (and his team of course!) are responsible for how the magic of the books were translated to the big silver screen. Zelda Williams, daughter of Robin Williams, presented the very first Robin Williams Award for Excellence at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco. Since he was a...read more!
Hundreds of years before Christopher Columbus landed in the New World, a complex society in what is now New Mexico passed down power through its maternal line, a new study finds.
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In 1492 when Christopher Columbus arrived in America, the people already living here were well aware of their land’s ornithological treasures. On October 12, 1492, Columbus wrote in his diary that the only wild animals he saw at allShow More Summary
Christopher Columbus Book The book contains a letter that Columbus penned about the people and places he discovered on his first journey to the New World… Rebekah Bell
A rare 1494 Basel edition of Christopher Columbus? letter to King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella entitled, ?Christophorus Columbus, De insulis nuper in mari Indico inventis? will be auctioned by Nate D. Sanders Auctions on January 30, 2017. Show More Summary
While historical giants such as Christopher Columbus may have earned a lucrative (and often controversial) living through travel, traversing the four...
Here we are talking about the chopped cheese sandwich again, because someone at Whole Foods in Columbus Circle thought this might be fun: [ more › ]
In the 15th and 16th centuries, the mysterious lands of the western hemisphere were a misty haze of tales and stories. After Christopher Columbus set foot in the New World, curious Europeans ate up fantastic sagas about sea monsters, exotic wildlife, and foreign civilizations. Show More Summary
Someone call the Christopher Columbus of Brooklyn, I may have found his...Googles "Christopher Columbus' bae Filipa Moniz Perestrelo. Assuming she was a racist. And lived in Chicago. And voted for please-don't-make-me-say-it. Last week, a video went viral of a woman...