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The Cold War: What We Saw | We Like Ike - Episode 6

The Cold War: What We Saw | We Like Ike – Episode 6

In the years after World War II, Dwight David Eisenhower was arguably the most popular man on the planet. Ike’s prestige was so immense that in 1948, President Harry S Truman offered him the top slot on the 1948 Democratic ticket, with the offer to revert to his former position as Vice President under Eisenhower. It wasn’t enough.

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Apollo 11: What We Saw with Bill Whittle

Apollo 11: What We Saw, with Bill Whittle [All 4 Episodes]

Watch all four episodes of Bill Whittle’s “Apollo 11: What We Saw”, right here. Produced by Esoteric Radio Theatre, “What We Saw” combines rarely-seen archival footage, with deeply-personal space race stories to create a compelling dramatic telling of America’s most astonishing achievement.

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Apollo 11: What We Saw, with Bill Whittle [Part IV]

Nearly every person on Earth with access to a TV watched it in real time. But when the astronauts returned from the lunar surface we got an entirely new perspective on the alien world. This is the final episode of Bill Whittle’s landmark series.

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Apollo 11: What We Saw [Part III]

Apollo 11: What We Saw, with Bill Whittle [Part III]

As the Apollo program finally starts to take wings, learn how the entire program, and everything it accomplished, was actually NASA’s backup plan. From a fire during a routine test to Christmas messages from the far side of the moon, see how the Apollo Program got to that one giant leap of Apollo 11 with a series of very small steps, and missteps.

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Apollo 11: What We Saw with Bill Whittle

Apollo 11: What We Saw, with Bill Whittle [Trailer]

Here’s the trailer for the five-hour special — “Apollo 11: What We Saw,” with Bill Whittle. Mark the 50th anniversary of the historic American moon landing by getting the story behind the space race, and man’s quest to step off of this planet and explore the night sky.

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Revenge of the Right: Why Break Up YouTube, Google and Facebook

Revenge of the Right: Why Break Up YouTube, Google and Facebook

Bill Whittle finds three reasons to break up Google, YouTube, Facebook and other social media companies that use algorithms to suppress free speech. This is not merely the revenge of the Right over demonetization. Bias without consent, practical monopoly status, and the distinction between carriers and publishers all lead to the conclusion that even conservatives should cheer the dissolution of these “private” businesses.

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