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Rex 84 and Executive Presidential Order # 13603

For a long time now there has been discussion among conspiracy researchers of a well-hidden plan by the ‘powers that be’ for an ultimate and intentional collapse of the United States of America. 1,997 more words

Big Brother

August 26 - Women's Equality Day

Women’s Equality Day commemorates 26th August 1920 when votes to women officially became part of the US constitution. This day marks a turning point in the history of the struggle for equal treatment of women and women’s rights. 239 more words

History

The Centennial of the Declaration of the United States' Neutrality

August 19th: One hundred years ago today, President Woodrow Wilson announced the United State would remain neutral in World War One, yet nearly three years later this fact would not hold true. 268 more words

The Oldest City-- PS

Additional Illustrations of St. Augustine, FL.

For more on St. Augustine, enjoy the article, The Oldest City.


The entrance into the US’s oldest library. St. Augustine, FL… 35 more words

Florida

The Development of the A.M.E. Zion Church and its Importance in the Middletown Connecticut Beman Triangle Community

Throughout the experience of African Americans in United States History, religion has played an essential role in the growth and development of communities, as well as the fight for equal rights and the spread of education. 1,654 more words

Religion

slowlorisblog Goes Big League, Other News, and Then Finally Some Writing

Two items of note today before we jump into things.

First, some exciting news. I’ve joined the team over at ScienceBlog, which is, if you’re unfamiliar, a compendium of (sometimes) acerbic and (always) insightful scientists, researchers, professors, postdoctoral fellows, and science journalists bringing more (good) science writing to the public. 1,744 more words

United States History

Law and the rise of capitalism

This is a lightly edited set of notes for a talk I gave on June 27 at the Socialism 2014 conference in Chicago. The title is a tribute to the book by Michael Tigar, from which I drew heavily (see references at the end). 6,815 more words

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