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Stapleton Name Change Discussion Heating Up

By Melissa Garcia

DENVER, Colo. (CBS4) – Concerned community members gathered at a room in Stapleton to talk about whether the name of the neighborhood should be changed. 351 more words

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Alabama Man, 83, Executed For Judge's 1989 Mail-Bomb Slaying

ATMORE, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama inmate convicted of the mail-bomb slaying of an Atlanta federal judge during a wave of Southern terror in 1989 was executed by lethal injection Thursday, becoming the oldest prisoner put to death in the U.S. 780 more words

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Package Bomber Set To Be Executed For Judge's Murder

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — A package bomber who created a wave of terror across the South is scheduled to be executed in Alabama, nearly 30 years after killing a federal appellate court judge with a bomb mailed to his home. 617 more words

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Tennessee lawmakers punish Memphis for removing statue of Confederate and KKK leader

A few years before Nathan Bedford Forrest became the leader of the Ku Klux Klan, and decades before a statue of him was dedicated in Memphis, the Confederate general overlooked Fort Pillow and planned how he would destroy the beacon for escaped slaves. 856 more words

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The Antedote Podcast: A History of ADL/B'Nai B'Rith Subversion

A History of ADL/B’Nai B’Rith Subversion

via Jeremy Rothe Kushel and Greg McCarron of The Antedote Podcast

We begin this week’s show with a brief discussion of the most recent Syrian chemical weapons attack which is being blamed on Bashar Al Assad as well as the latest round of Israeli terror and murder against Palestinians. 131 more words

Choosing the Correct Career

First, please understand that I support the work of the thousands of police who protect us and do very hard work during very difficult times.  But I must enter this discussion about police being allowed to use the “I was afraid for my life” defense.  276 more words

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John Coltrane - Alabama (1963)

An extraordinary, brooding, spiritual, reflective and poignant piece by John Coltrane.

This track is taken from his Live in Birdland LP and was written in response to the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing carried out on September 15th 1963 by the Ku Klux Klan in Birmingham, Alabama. 59 more words

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