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Those Who Study History Choose to Repeat it

In 1945 the world ended the hateful, genocide driven Nazi regime.

And we said, “Never Again”.  And we meant it.

In 1965 the US enacted the Civil Rights Act. 877 more words

Learn from How Italians Ultimately Defeated Silvio Berlusconi

Trump has been likened to Hitler, Mussolini, and other 20th-century autocrats, but his closest analog is Silvio Berlusconi, the blustering, womanizing media mogul who served as Italy’s prime minister from 1994 to 2001. 195 more words

Use Your Power, Recruit Friends

Do Not Disagree Over This

It may come as no surprise that I am rather long-winded. If you’ve ever read a sentence I’ve written or listened to me speak, then you know that I choose my words carefully, but tend toward using 100 words when what I’m saying requires four. 678 more words

General/Life

Charlottesville

On Saturday, my son-in-law L headed back to the UK to comply with the terms of his visa which only allowed 90 days to be here for ABC’s birth and early weeks. 523 more words

Current Events

Memorial Service Held For Charlottesville Protest Victim Heather Heyer [LIVE STREAM]

A memorial service for Heather Heyer will take place this morning at 11 a.m. at Charlottesville’s Paramount Theater. The 32-year-old was killed after a car rammed into her as well as a crowd of people who were protesting white nationalist and neo-Nazis this past weekend. 141 more words

Videos

Call a Racist a Racist!

All the people that are denouncing President Trump for not speaking out against the white racists by name are missing the point!

This is NOT to defend any of them, by any means. 672 more words

Abortion

Dreaming of a right to protest in the USA...US government is bullying an internet company to obtain personal details of those involved in a protest against Donald Trump.

Read more inus.htm at MelonFarmers.co.uk

See  article from bbc.com

The US internet company DreamHost is fighting government demands for it to hand over details of millions of activists.The Department of Justice (DoJ) wants all visitors’ IP addresses – some 1.3 million – to a website that helped organise a protest on the day of President Trump’s inauguration.

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