Category Archives: History

What You Should Be Doing on September 17th: American Majority’s Training Bomb

On September 17th, Constitution Day, American Majority will be conducting the first ever Training Bomb. In 14 cities across the country (with more coming online in the next week), from New York City, to Dallas, to Fayetteville, NC (in conjunction with … Continue reading

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Rahm Emanuel’s Father Specialized in Terrorist Bus Bombings in Palestine

Readers have e-mailed about the reaction in England from Brits reading how the Tommies fought, died and won World War II; and for some of these brave men and women, just to be then killed by Zionist mobs and terrorists. … Continue reading

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Abraham Lincoln Thanksgiving proclamation.

Thanksgiving was first celebrated by the settlers at Plymouth in the Massachusetts colony in 1621 under the leadership of Governor William Bradford. Washington and Madison each issued a Thanksgiving proclamation once during their Presidencies. It was not until 1863, however, … Continue reading

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The Thanksgiving proclamation of George Washington

General Thanksgiving By the PRESIDENT of the United States Of America A PROCLAMATION WHEREAS it is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to be grateful for His benefits, and humbly … Continue reading

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THE FIRST THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION – JUNE 20, 1676

Prepared by Gerald Murphy (The Cleveland Free-Net – aa300) Distributed by the Cybercasting Services Division of the National Public Telecomputing Network (NPTN). (Organization For Community Networks) On June 20, 1676, the governing council of Charlestown, Massachusetts, held a meeting to … Continue reading

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Who says “Dims” don’t have good ideas?

Democratic Congressman Pete Stark of California wants to arm Minutemen and send them to secure the border. GLENN BECK, the #1 conservative hated by the left commented on his show, “We just showed you a minute ago, it would be … Continue reading

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Honor America Days

Honor America Days starts on Flag Day, June 14, and runs until July 4. In accordance with 36 USC Sec. 112, the: Congress declares that there be public gatherings and activities during that period at which the people of the … Continue reading

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Obama Lies about National Guard troops on the border?

No, Obama did not lie. He was just satisfied to let people THINK that the guard troops were coming in support of Article IV., Section 4 of the Constitution. In reality, they are here to be used against American citizens. … Continue reading

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Amnesty! That’s the correct answer in school.

ABC News reported, today, that they traveled with Michelle to a school in Maryland. A timid student told her, “My mom … she says that Barack Obama is taking everybody away that doesn’t have papers.” To wit, Ms. Obama replied, … Continue reading

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Don’t Tread on Me

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Iraq: ancient Babylon archaeological site damaged by military activity

9 July 2009 – The ancient site of Babylon – home to the Hanging Gardens, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World – has been significantly damaged due to its use as a military base by coalition forces … Continue reading

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Spanish flu of 1918 linked to El Nino

COLLEGE STATION, Texas, Sept. 15 (UPI) — U.S. researchers say they’ve linked the 1918-1919 El Nino with the high mortality of the influenza pandemic of 1918. El Nino is the periodic warming of surface waters of the eastern Pacific Ocean … Continue reading

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President for a day

David Rice Atchison. He was born in Frogtown, Kentucky on August 11, 1807, attended a University in Lexington and studied law. He was a Senator for Missouri; member of the state house of representatives in 1834 and in 1838; the … Continue reading

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McDonald v. Chicago making its way through court.

The question presented is Whether the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms is incorporated as against the States by the Fourteenth Amendment’s Privileges or Immunities or Due Process Clauses. I haven’t read all of the briefs, but I … Continue reading

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