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Freedom! (Braveheart Style)

The President of the Humane Society of the United States, Wayne Pacelle, is promoting his latest book, A Humane Economy. Pacelle was on the Bill Maher show this week and espoused the central mission of the HSUS—improve conditions of animals, including farm animals. 792 more words

Animal Rights

Knights of the Castle

Robert the Bruce and William Wallace scrulptured in stone at the entrance gate to Edinburgh Castle

SW England & Scotland

William Wallace

Wallace was born around 1272 and became the leader of the Scots revolt against the English and legendary figure for his beliefs and bravery. In 1297 Wallace took a band of thirty men to avenge the death of his wife Marion. 417 more words

Plantagenets

Discovering Aberdeen's history: Start at the Tolbooth!

As I mentioned in my previous post, we did not originally plan to spend much time in Aberdeen and did not really know much about the city or it’s history.   4,685 more words

History

Every man dies. Not every man really lives. ~ William Wallace

One year on for the Care Act

More information, better choice and greater control: Somerset County Council is today (1 April) celebrating the impact the Care Act on its first anniversary.

The new legislation came into force a year ago with the aim of making care and support more consistent across the country and much has changed in Somerset. 403 more words

Press Releases

Braveheart (1995)

Braveheart is the exceedingly tall story of William Wallace, a man who united the common people of Scotland to rise up against their English oppressors in the 13th century. 164 more words

Film