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Today in History: Sweet September

There are many songs that feature the word “September” in the title and as a theme—”September Song,” of course, and “Wake Me Up When September Ends,” “The September of My Years,” “Miss September,” “September” (Earth, Wind, & Fire). 596 more words


The Silk Roads

This book was sent to me by the publisher, Bloomsbury, at no cost. It’s out in September; RRP $29.99.

This is one of the finest history books I have read in recent times. 886 more words


Autumn Visit to Bannerman Castle

A castle in New York? Why, yes! This post from the Dreamy Idealist blog takes us inside a haunting landmark that I didn’t even know was there. 40 more words

Gertrude Hoffman was an exotic dancer...

Keiths New Theatre – 1116 Chestnut Street – (1907 Philadelphia)

Gertrude Hoffman was an exotic dancer who toured on the Keith-Albee vaudeville circuit for a number of years. 328 more words


Preview of: Is Abortion Eugenics?

***Wanna Go Straight to the article? click “Is Abortion Eugenics?”***

I recently found myself drawn into a debate (more like Twitter war) on the subject of eugenic abortion. 333 more words


What Jackie Robinson And Colin Kaepernick Had In Common

Most Americans have admiration for Jackie Robinson, but they have formed a lynch mob mentality when it comes to the recent protest against American nationalism by 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. 133 more words