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Miscellaneous resources

Resources for research

This article was last updated on November 11, 2018

Following are some of the resources i’ve discovered that i’ve found helpful for a wide variety of research projects. If you have any to share, please contact me or leave a comment.

General purpose search engines

  • Good Gopher: “Search the independent media (”
  • Internet Archive: Internet Archive is a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more.
  • Library Genesis: “Library Genesis or LibGen is a search engine for articles and books on various topics, which allows free access to content that is otherwise paywalled or not digitized elsewhere.”
  • searx: “Searx is a metasearch engine, aggregating the results of other search engines while not storing information about its users.”



  • Corporation Wiki: “Corporation Wiki exists to provide corporate transparency and historical data on companies.”
  • LittleSis: “a grassroots watchdog network connecting the dots between the world’s most powerful people and organizations”

Digital archives

  • General web archive service
  • Archiveteam: “Archive Team is a loose collective of rogue archivists, programmers, writers and loudmouths dedicated to saving our digital heritage.”
  • Google News Archive: Search older newspaper articles
  • Internet Archive: “Internet Archive is a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more.”
  • Internet Sacred Text Archive: “This site is a freely available archive of electronic texts about religion, mythology, legends and folklore, and occult and esoteric topics.”
  • List of online newspaper archives (Wikipedia): “a list of online newspaper archives and some magazines and journals, including both free and pay wall blocked digital archives”
  • Michael Collins Piper Report: An archive of podcasts and articles by one of America’s leading iconoclastic journalists.
  • PDF Archive: “E-books in PDF format, rare, censored, banned and unknown”
  • Spotlight News Archive: “a listing of many of the hundreds of articles that have appeared in The SPOTLIGHT since we first went on-line in 1997”
  • Unz Review Books Archive: “A Collection of Interesting, Important, and Controversial Perspectives Largely Excluded from the American Mainstream Media”


  • Bilderberg
  • Center for Responsive Politics: “the Center for Responsive Politics is the nation’s premier research group tracking money in U.S. politics and its effect on elections and public policy.”
  • Cryptome: “Cryptome welcomes documents for publication that are prohibited by governments worldwide, in particular material on freedom of expression, privacy, cryptology, dual-use technologies, national security, intelligence, and secret governance — open, secret and classified documents — but not limited to those.”
  • Defrauding America: “40 Years of Recorded Corruption in Government Positions,
    Endemic Cover-Ups, and Great Tragedies”
  • “ provides electronic copies of thousands of interesting Federal Government documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.”
  • “ tracks the United States Congress and helps Americans participate in their national legislature. We publish the status of federal legislation, information about your representative and senators in Congress including voting records, and original research on bills and votes.”
  • Ted Gunderson: A former FBI Special Agent, Gunderson published many investigative articles and participated in many interviews about his research work post-FBI. He is well known for his work on the ‘FINDERS’, a world-wide network of people and organizations involved in child trafficking and exploitation
  • The Black Vault: “Exposing government secrets… one page at a time.”
  • The National Archives Catalog: “The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is the nation’s record keeper.”
  • We The People Foundation: “The We The People Foundation for Constitutional Education has been established to fulfill the need for popular education including education, awareness, and knowledge about the Declaration of Independence and every provision of the federal and state constitutions, about the sovereignty of the people whose will the constitutions are designed to express, and about the government they are meant to control through their constitutions.”


  • Educate-Yourself: “ is a free educational forum dedicated to the dissemination of accurate information in the use of natural, non-pharmaceutical medicines and alternative healing therapies in the treatment of disease conditions.”
  • Open Payments Data: “The Open Payments Search Tool is used to search payments made by drug and medical device companies to physicians and teaching hospitals.”


  • British Movietone: “British Movietone is arguably the world’s greatest newsreel archive, spanning the period 1895 to 1986.”
  • History Commons: “The website is a tool for open-content participatory journalism. It allows people to investigate important issues by providing a space where people can collaborate on the documentation of past and current events, as well as the entities associated with those events.”
  • Holocaust: See Rescuing Israel: The Holocaust
  • Rare Historical Photos


  • Find Law: “Learn About the Law features informational articles about a wide variety of legal topics, as well as specific information about subjects such as how to hire an attorney and understanding your state’s unique laws.”
  • Law Notes: “Through the courts, encouraging the Government to obey the law.”
  • Natural-Person: “A non-profit site educating Canadians and Americans
    about the differences between human-beings,
    natural-persons and artificial-persons”
  • United Nations – Universal Declaration of Human Rights: “The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is a milestone document in the history of human rights. Drafted by representatives with different legal and cultural backgrounds from all regions of the world, the Declaration was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in Paris on 10 December 1948 (General Assembly resolution 217 A) as a common standard of achievements for all peoples and all nations. It sets out, for the first time, fundamental human rights to be universally protected and it has been translated into over 500 languages.”


  • Air Force History Index: “The United States Air Force Historical Research Agency maintains hundreds of thousands of historically significant U.S. Air Force documents representing some 70 million pages of interest to historians, researchers, and Air Force buffs.”
  • Stephen S. Clark Library: “The Clark Library combines our map collection, government information center, and spatial and numeric data services. It is a rich and unique resource, where students and scholars from every discipline–as well as those working across disciplines–can find the materials, tools, and expertise to meet their research needs.”


  • Notable Names Database: “NNDB is an intelligence aggregator that tracks the activities of people we have determined to be noteworthy, both living and dead.”
  • Wikiquote: “Wikiquote is a free online compendium of sourced quotations from notable people”


  • Sci-Hub: “the first pirate website in the world to provide mass and public access to tens of millions of research papers”


  • 33 Conspiracy Theories That Turned Out To Be True
  • Crystalinks: “Crystalinks is perhaps the largest, most comprehensive and ambitious metaphysical and science website on the Internet today, a journey taken by millions of visitors each month that is spiritually, mentally and emotionally in tune with its readers’ lifestyles, needs, zeitgeist and the transcendental quest of humanity.”
  • Deep Web Search Engines
  • Edgar Cayce’s Association for Research and Enlightenment: “Edgar Cayce’s Association for Research and Enlightenment (A.R.E.) was founded more than 80 years ago to help people to transform their lives. Our goal is to be your resource for body-mind-spirit materials that will help you in your everyday experience to be all that you can be.”
  • Family Guardian: “Nonprofit Christian religious ministry dedicated to protecting people and families from extortion, persecution, exploitation,socialism, divorce, crime, and sin. Advocate personal liberty, personal responsibility, constitutional and SMALL and accountable government, sovereignty, and religious faith.”
  • From The Wilderness: “Information on Peak Oil, Sustainability, and the events surrounding 9/11”
  • Lines of Credit: Ropes of Bondage: “LINES OF CREDIT: ROPES OF BONDAGE is about the financiers, their fellow conspirators and the plot to destroy Western Christian civilization.”
  • Metapedia: “An electronic encyclopedia about culture, art, science, philosophy and politics.”
  • The Corbett Report: “The Corbett Report is an independent, listener-supported alternative news source. It operates on the principle of open source intelligence and provides podcasts, interviews, articles and videos about breaking news and important issues from 9/11 Truth and false flag terror to the Big Brother police state, eugenics, geopolitics, the central banking fraud and more.”
  • “This website provides a concise, reliable introduction to vital information of which few are aware. We specialize in providing fact-filled news articles and concise summaries of major cover-ups and corruption which impact our lives and world.”
  • WHALE: “Mapping & Killing the Matrix with Orgonite & Knowledge”
  • WikiLeaks: “WikiLeaks specializes in the analysis and publication of large datasets of censored or otherwise restricted official materials involving war, spying and corruption.”
  • Wikispooks: “Wikispooks is an open licensed, open source encyclopedia of deep politics.”

Specialized tools

  • FotoForensics: “FotoForensics provides budding researchers and professional investigators access to cutting-edge tools for digital photo forensics.”
Finally! News we can trust!

Non ‘Fake News’ news sources worth looking at

Having learned long ago that the (legacy) mainstream news media cannot be trusted, i turned to the web and the alternative news realm. Over the course of a dozen years or more, i have evaluated many alternative news sources, adding those to my feed list which i believe are reputable and purging those which i found to be untrustworthy. Though i believe the following sources of alternative news are generally accurate, keep in mind that all of them get things wrong at times. For example, larger organizations usually have many contributing writers and some of those writers may produce garbage, so it is ultimately up to you to research what you read and decide who to believe.

Regarding the news feed addresses for YouTube that i have provided, i would highly suggest subscribing to the authors feed(s) on other video platforms as well if there are other sources available. Because of the ongoing censorship and purging at YouTube, people are beginning to turn to other video platforms where their work is less likely to be censored, such as BitChute.

General news sources

Note that all of the news sources here focus largely on politics and foreign policy.

Specialized sews sources

How to get feed URL’s

Many websites and several video platforms do not make their news feeds easily accessible, but you can often find or assemble them quite easily.

Getting news feeds for YouTube

YouTube apparently no longer makes their news feeds for user channel easily available, yet creating the feed URL is easy enough. Using Carey Wedler’s YouTube channel as an example, preform the following steps:

  1. On Carey’s YouTube channel, click on any of Carey’s videos to load the video page.
  2. On the video page, mouse over the name of the channel author, in this case ‘Carey Wedler’, right-click on her name and from your browser context menu, select ‘Copy Link Location’ (or similar) and paste the URL somewhere, such as a text editor. In this case the URL is
  3. It is the channel ID that we need, so delete everything up to and including the last slash which in this case leaves us with UCs84giQmEVI8NXXg78Fvk2g
  4. Using the template paste Carey’s channel ID after the ‘=’ character and this will give us the URL of Carey’s news feed for her YouTube channel:

Getting news feeds for BitChute

Like YouTube, BitChute also does not make their news feeds for channel authors easily available, but they are easy to build. Here we will use The Corbett Report BitChute channel as our example:

  1. On the channel page, copy the URL in your browser address bar, in this case
  2. The channel ID is what we need which, in this case, is obviously corbettreport
  3. Using the following template, paste corbettreport after and add a trailing slash which gives us the news feed URL for The Corbett Report BitChute channel:

Getting news feeds for Vimeo

Vimeo uses a format similar to YouTube. Using the Truthstream Media Vimeo channel as an example, here’s what you need to do:

  1. Go to the channel page and copy the user name or numeric channel ID from the URL in your browser address bar, in this case truthstreammedia.
  2. Using the template[CHANNELID]/videos/rss, replace “[CHANNELID]” with the user name or numeric ID, which in this case gives us the Truthstream Media Vimeo feed URL: You can also try using another template for pulling the channel feed instead of the user feed. This template here is[CHANNELID]/videos/rss.

Getting news feeds for websites that don’t advertise one

Even though a website does not make their news feed easily available, and even if your browser does not detect one, you may still be able to pull a news feed if their publishing platform produces one by simply adding feed/ or rss/ or atom/ (try with and without the trailing slash) after the base domain name. For example, the The Bureau of Investigative Journalism website does not seem to offer a link to their news feeds, nor does my browser detect one, but if we add feed after, which results in, we will be forwarded to their RSS news feed, We can also add feed/atom to the domain and we can then pull their ATOM news feed: You can try this little hack with any website, though it will not work if their publishing platform does not produce a feed.

Also see the article, Find an RSS Feed URL, from ‘Gloo’.

If a website does not produce a news feed at all and you don’t want to have to visit it regularly to see if anything new was posted, then some sort of 3rd party service or browser extension can be utilized. In the case of Firefox there are a few add-ons that can monitor a website for changes and one such add-on is Update Scanner.