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Saturday Night Fever

Cue the Bee Gees.

Before the White Sox moved into their new Guaranteed Rate Field (arguably the most boring field name of all the Major League fields), they were located at… 227 more words

Podcast

11 Things You Still Don't Know About Alexander Hamilton

This past year gave way for one of most revered pieces of art in recent history: the Broadway sensation Hamilton.   The show illustrates the life and career of Alexander Hamilton, a founding father and genius who helped sculpt the United States into what it is today through his tenacious mentality and obsession with his own legacy.    624 more words

News

Charles Spurgeon and the Confederacy

Charles Haddon Spurgeon was a 19th century British preacher who is perhaps most famous for his extemporaneous preaching and his numerous books which included The Treasury of David… 532 more words

Apostle Paul

Philly.com: Families torn apart by slavery sought lost loved ones in newly archived ads

From Philly.com: Families torn apart by slavery sought lost loved ones in newly archived ads. “The goal of ‘Last Seen: Finding Family After Slavery’ is an online database of these snapshots from history, which hold names of former slaves, owners, traders, plantation locations, and relatives gone missing. 62 more words

New Resources

Time to Overthrow the Courts

Time to end the coup d’état against the Constitution orchestrated by the Courts.

For decades, this country has stayed cucked as the courts have acted as a  1,300 more words

Politics

Heated Political Battle Led to Frosty Dessert: by Marilyn Ostermiller

Looking for a romantic treat for special someone? You might want to consider whipping up a Baked Alaska, the classic dessert that’s fiery hot on the outside with a melting heart and richly delicious all over. 381 more words

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