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Slavery - #BlackHistoryMonth

Slavery in the United States was the legal institution of chattel slavery that existed in the United States of America in the 18th and 19th centuries. 15,659 more words

On To The Itinerary

On to my itinerary  seeing cities of fame 

came next to NewYork the capital of U.S 

down south called after the first President

who conjoined the thirteen colonies… 164 more words


The Star-Spangled False Flag: God Blast America

The White House and the Imperial Administration therein don’t need my help to make them look laughably stupid, or to point out their flaws. Just Google Will Rogers and politics and the cowboy philosopher said all that needs be said. 333 more words

Citizen's Movement

Albany Plan of Union

The Albany Plan of Union was a proposal to create a unified government for the Thirteen Colonies, suggested by Benjamin Franklin, then a senior leader of 48 and a delegate from Pennsylvania, at the Albany Congress in July 1754 in Albany, New York. 122 more words


Cuisine of the Thirteen Colonies Dinner Party

We’ve been involved in a lot of conflicts since we were founded. Strong debates have torn us apart, but eventually we always work things out. And there have been outside forces too, people who just don’t understand what it is that we’re trying to accomplish. 1,210 more words


Trope-a-Day: Human Popsicle

Human Popsicle: Cryostasis used to be a standard way of storing people, and was taken advantage of for a variety of purposes, specifically including the Deep Star projects (subluminal interstellar colonization of the Thirteen Colonies, with ships full of frozen people), and, in the time after the prospect of fixing the dead was mooted but before the technology to do so was available, freezing something very close to everybody who died accidentally “for later”, in the Vaults of the Dead Awaiting.  78 more words


PressTV: ‘Militarist bunkum’ in US on July 4th. by Paul Craig Roberts

Police officers gather in Copley Square in Boston, Massachusetts for celebrations marking the US Independence Day, July 4, 2013.

Fri Jul 4, 2014 5:44AM GMT… 1,751 more words