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The recent uproar surrounding the decision by World Vision to hire married homosexuals, and then the decision a couple of days later to reverse that decision, has begun to recede from the social media just a bit, but there is still plenty of opinion being thrown into the arena. 1,654 more words
An ugly fact of the Civil War is that the Confederate army on several occasions refused to accept the surrender of uniformed colored troops. At least three such incidents occurred in 1864: Fort Pillow in April, the Crater in June, and Saltville in October. 1,195 more words
An Eighteenth Century scholar publishes a fable dated from the early days of Britian.
It happened, one day, that two knights, completely armed, one in black armor, the other in white, arrived from opposite parts of the country at this statue, just about the same time… 640 more words
I read in the news today that Fred Phelps, founder of Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, Kansas, is close to death. Westboro Baptist, if you have not heard of them, is extremely opposed to homosexual people and anyone else who varies from the heterosexual norm. 917 more words