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Making a Point

20 December 1347 – 17 July 1350

Case recorded by the Parlement of Paris

Guibert de Marcenac, knight, Arnaud de Giou, gentleman, Garnier de Tremouilles, gentleman, Vesian La Capells, gentleman, Pierre de Cayrac, Geraud de Teissieres, gentleman, the heirs of Raymond de Foulioles, gentleman, Bertrand de Naucaze, gentleman, Bernard de Benavent, gentleman, Pons La Roque, gentleman, and consorts vs Arnaud Vigier, 

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History

Question 67-Puritan Catechism

Q. What does every sin deserve?

A. Every sin deserves God’s wrath and curse, both in this life and that which is to come. (Ephesians 5:6; Psalm 11:6) 6 more words

Charles H. Spurgeon

Oath Keepers web site down - they need help!

Oath Keepers main site is down, has been for several hours. The data center that houses it (and thousands of others) went down this morning. In the meantime – it couldn’t have been worse timing. 325 more words

We The People

Dead Men Tell No Tales

18 August 1348 – 15 March 1350

Case recorded by the Parlement of Paris

The prosecutor of the king and Jean de Meurival, royal scribe and former mayor of Fismes vs The prosecutor of the king, Bricet Malecauche, provost of Fismes, Pierre Liziart, mayor of Fismes, and twelve other accomplices.

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History

American schizophrenia on 'QE' and steroids ~

THE NEW AMERICAN CENTURY ~

schiz·o·phre·ni·a /ˌskɪtsəˈfriniə, -ˈfrinyə/ ~
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1. Psychiatry ~ Also called dementia praecox = A severe mental disorder characterized by the following symptoms ~ Seriously fascist emotional blunting, intellectual deterioration, social isolation, disorganized speech and behavior, delusions of military grandeur, as well as hallucinations of patriotism + an economy with a Federal Deficit the size of Mt Everest ~ 243 more words

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