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On Confederate Flags/Monuments - *Please Read* - Even If You Don't Think You Will Agree

Thanks to Mayor Mitch Landrieu from New Orleans, 4 confederate era monuments (statues) have been removed from government buildings in the city.

This was not an easy thing for him to achieve.   1,182 more words

Prog Music And Disconnected From Fates Warning

In the Year 2000, the mainstream was ruled by Nu-Metal bands and progressive music was really at opposite ends of the spectrum.

On one side, you had the Dream Theater style of progressive music. 551 more words

Music

For Peace of Mind, Embrace Your Complete Past As-Is

Compassionate Love Blog: Displaying compassion for those who struggle with mental illness   (c)2017  Nancy Virden, Always the Fight Ministry

Hundreds of uncategorized blog posts.  Hundreds of old posts in need of editing. 584 more words

Mental Health

The Call of War

Smash the fascists in World War II and become a Soviet hero!
A New Online Strategy about the Second World War
Tank battles, naval and air war fought on historical maps!
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Zeitgeist

‘Rewriting History: Wounded Knee’

December 29th was the 126th anniversary of the Wounded Knee ‘Massacre’, an event that is being portrayed as similar to the Nazis lining up unarmed Jews alongside a ditch and executing them (As in the featured image). 1,554 more words

Aboriginal Narrative

‘Rewriting History: Wounded Knee’

December 29th was the 126th anniversary of the Wounded Knee ‘Massacre’, an event that is being portrayed as similar to the Nazis lining up unarmed Jews alongside a ditch and executing them (As in the featured image). 1,554 more words

Aboriginal Narrative

Obama's Psychosis

The American Heritage Dictionary defines “psychosis” as “a severe mental disorder, with or without organic damage, characterized by derangement of personality and loss of contact with reality and causing deterioration of normal social functioning.” That is a classic example of what Barack Obama seems to be suffering through in the final days of his presidency. 589 more words