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The Confederate Flag: America's Most Loaded Generic Symbol of Rebellion

The Confederate flag is an American symbol like no other. The reasons for this aren’t complicated: the Rebel flag is both distinctly American and functionally anti-American at the same time. 1,274 more words

The united States of Rothschild

I caught the following from my good friend Jeff Woods this morning. He comes up with really spot on editorial. Neither Jeff or I are professional writers, we are simply concern individuals about the condition this country is in, for us, in particularly, the occupation of the south, state’s rights and individuals freedom. 572 more words

Cuba Si! Finally!

On December 10, 1898, the Treaty of Paris which ended the Spanish-American War also granted the people of Cuba independence. However, from that day until January 1, 1959, the United States continued to alternatively treat Cuba as a colony, protectorate, playground and private plantation. 556 more words

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Reopening Old Wounds

One hundred fifty years ago this month, General Lee surrendered to General Grant at Appomattox Court House, effectively ending the American Civil War, the bloodiest war in America’s history.   1,287 more words


With Charity for All: What Abraham Lincoln Can Teach us About Religious Freedom

Abraham Lincoln is by far the most famous of American presidents, and not just because he cut an impressive, bearded and stovepipe-hatted figure that forever gave… 1,884 more words

Honor end of Civil War by not honoring it

Think of the term “Civil War.” Is there a greater oxymoron in the English language than that?

War, by definition, is hardly “civil,” if you go by one definition explained in most dictionaries. 281 more words

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