In honor of the 45th anniversary of the stupendous Apollo 11 mission, which, yes, actually delivered two astronauts, Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong, to the surface of the Moon, let’s debunk the top 10 theories that claim to prove the landing was a hoax.
- The over-arching conspiracy theory suggests that instead of going to the Moon, the U.S. government staged the entire thing right here on Earth.
- None of this matters, of course, because conspiracy theorist will believe anything they want to believe irrespective of facts and objective reality.
As the violence in Israel continues to escalate, the White House has carefully danced on a bed of the softest eggshells in urging restraint from both sides, and at Monday’s White House briefing, Press Secretary Josh Earnest came as close as they’ve gotten to a denunciation of the killings of Palestinian civilians.
Conservatives invoke the name of Ronald Reagan as if he were simply on sabbatical, out of the public eye on his ranch having deep thoughts on the future of America. President Reagan is dead. He died ten years ago and left the political scene in America almost a decade before that. Yet in the world… Read More