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Same Game, Different Players

by Al Benson Jr.

Have you ever gotten the feeling that when some event occurs that you’ve “seen this before someplace, that this isn’t the first time for this?” You can’t recall when or where this all happened before, but it’s somehow very familiar. 841 more words

living dichotomy - fight or flight & the rich existence of someone stuck in the middle

my life has been a series of “almosts” – from the time i was born, when i almost escaped the ravages of rejection and abandonment to the time i almost finished university.   976 more words


Junipero Serra: Native Americans decry sainthood for Spanish missionary priest - Julian Brave NoiseCat

“Historians estimate that 60,000 indigenous Californians had died in the missions by the time the Mexican government sold them to private landowners in the 1830s. Over the Spanish mission era, the system contributed to the direct and indirect deaths of half of the California Indian population, which is estimated at 300,000 to 1 million people before contact with the Catholic missionaries. 975 more words

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It Can All Hang Out In Fort Smith Public Schools But the Confederate Flag

by Al Benson Jr.

The city of Fort Smith, Arkansas may be familiar to many people. It has been pictured in many Western movies. It is the city where Judge Isaac Parker, the “hanging judge” presided over his court. 1,148 more words

Cultural Genocide-Living in the Ghettoised Citadels in the West

On 17 March 2000, the Population Division of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) which continuously monitors fertility, mortality and migration trends for all countries of the world released a report titled “Replacement Migration: Is it a Solution to Declining and Ageing Populations?”. 1,618 more words