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Japanese-American Internment {Is history about to repeat itself?}
Post Date: 2015-11-19 15:59:20 by SOSO
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Japanese-American Internment Many Americans worried that citizens of Japanese ancestry would act as spies or saboteurs for the Japanese government. Fear — not evidence — drove the U.S. to place over 127,000 Japanese-Americans in concentration camps for the duration of WWII.Over 127,000 United States citizens were imprisoned during World War II. Their crime? Being of Japanese ancestry. Despite the lack of any concrete evidence, Japanese Americans were suspected of remaining loyal to their ancestral land. Anti-Japanese paranoia increased because of a large Japanese presence on the West Coast. In the event of a Japanese invasion of the American mainland, Japanese Americans were ...

Russia’s Pacific Paradise (The period Czarist Russia ruled Hawaii)
Post Date: 2015-10-15 12:03:32 by Pericles
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Russia’s Pacific Paradise In 1815, a German, on behalf of the Russian-American Company, tried to conquer Hawaii in the name of the Tsar. By Casey Michel October 15, 2015 In mid-October 1815, two hundred years ago this month, a German doctor set sail from one of Russia’s fledgling American outposts. Georg Anton Schäffer, an employee of the Russian-American Company (RAC) boarded the Isabella with the ostensible purpose of earning the favor of the Hawaii’s King Kamehameha. But when he landed on Hawaii, Schäffer set the wheels in motion for a chapter of failed Pacific conquest since smothered in archives, forgotten by all but a handful of scholars. The tale of ...

On the Question of Free Trade by Frederick Engels
Post Date: 2015-08-16 23:03:13 by A K A Stone
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On the Question of Free Trade Preface by Frederick Engels for the 1888 English edition pamphlet TOWARDS the end of 1847, a Free Trade Congress was held at Brussels. It as a strategic move in the Free Trade campaign then carried on by the English manufacturers. Victorious at home, by the repeal of the Corn Laws in 1846, they now invaded the continent in order to demand, in return for the free admission of continental corn into England, the free admission of English manufactured goods to the continental markets. At this Congress, Marx inscribed himself on the list of speakers; but, as might have been expected, things were not so managed that before his turn came on, the Congress was ...

An educated citizenry is a vital requisite for our survival as a free people
Post Date: 2015-07-30 00:04:46 by SOSO
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An educated citizenry is a vital requisite for our survival as a free people (Quotation) Quotation: "An educated citizenry is a vital requisite for our survival as a free people." Variations: None known. Sources consulted: 1.Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Digital Edition 2.Retirement Papers 3.Thomas Jefferson: Papers and Biographies Collections, Hathi Trust Digital Library Earliest known appearance in print: No known appearances in print. Other attributions: None known. Status: This quotation has not been found in any of the writings of Thomas Jefferson. Comments: This quotation seems to have originated in an article of the same title on PicktheBusiness.com.1 It is an ...

1970s Coca Cola Commercial - "It's the Real Thing!" (sang by 'The Fortunes')
Post Date: 2015-07-27 13:10:38 by Liberator
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If you were of age, you've got to remember this: Poster Comment:Time for a 30-second commercial break and nostalgia. I'd searched a long time to find this jingle from Coke, sung by 'The Fortunes (who also sang, 'Here Comes That Rainy Day Feeling Again', 'You've Got Your Troubles, I've Got Mine'.) Always thought their 'It's The Real Thing' was a great, cheery up-tempo catchy jingle. It seemed as though many of the 1960s and early 1970s jingles were indeed cherry and up-tempo, mini-hit singles unto themselves with memorable hooks. Those commercial jingles of old can be just as memory-evoking and sentimental as hit songs. The Fortunes' ...

Morton Downey Jr - Atheists
Post Date: 2015-07-27 00:21:51 by A K A Stone
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Are you a religion? No. Then you have no freedom.

The Confederate Flag Needs To Be Raised, Not Lowered [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2015-07-10 23:10:37 by Hondo68
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In 1864, Confederate General Patrick Cleburne warned his fellow southerners of the historical consequences should the South lose their war for independence. He was truly a prophet. He said if the South lost, “It means that the history of this heroic struggle will be written by the enemy. That our youth will be trained by Northern school teachers; will learn from Northern school books their version of the war; will be impressed by all of the influences of History and Education to regard our gallant dead as traitors and our maimed veterans as fit subjects for derision.” No truer words were ever spoken.History revisionists flooded America’s public schools with Northern ...

Russia outraged by Poland's removal of Soviet war memorial
Post Date: 2015-07-05 13:11:52 by Willie Green
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Russia said on Saturday it was outraged by Poland's destruction of a Soviet war monument, warning Warsaw of the "most negative consequences" after what it said was a flagrant violation of an agreement between the two countries on protecting memorial sites.Poland has been one of the most vocal critics of Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Crimea peninsula in 2014. Russia and Poland share a history of conflicts and the disagreement over war memorials is likely to add to tensions."Warsaw must finally understand that the 'war of monuments' unleashed in Poland may have the most negative consequences, for which the responsibility lies squarely with its ...

Generals Sherman and Sheridan: The War Criminals
Post Date: 2015-06-29 09:56:28 by lana
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Generals Sherman and Sheridan: The War Criminals During the War Between the States the Union forces were waging war on women and children on two separate fronts, raping, pillaging and murdering in the South as well as in the West. The most notorious of these thugs reported to General William Tecumseh Sherman, famous for his march to the sea. But long before that he had adopted a policy of “total war” against civilians. In 1862 Sherman was having difficulty subduing Confederate sharpshooters who were harassing federal gunboats on the Mississippi River near Memphis. He then implemented the theory of “collective responsibility” to “justify” attacking innocent ...

Captain Atoka: Choctaw Chief and Confederate Defender
Post Date: 2015-06-29 09:28:10 by lana
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Captain Atoka: Choctaw Chief and Confederate Defender This simple monument, standing in front of the Atoka County Courthouse, Atoka, Oklahoma, memorializes the man for whom both the city and the county were named: Captain Atoka Oshlatubee. Born about 1782, Atoka was a noted athlete, a respected leader, and Chief of the Pushmataha District in the Choctaw Nation. He signed the treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek in 1830 and led a band of Choctaws from Mississippi on the "Trail of Tears" to settle in the area now known as Oklahoma, in 1834. Atoka died during the War Between the States. Like most Native Americans in the Indian Territory (Oklahoma), Atoka was a strong supporter of the ...

Stand Waitie and the Confederate Indians
Post Date: 2015-06-29 09:21:24 by lana
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Have you ever noticed that some participants in America's greatest calamity, its War Between the States, are quite familiar to us? Meanwhile, many others of that eventful age are ignored or likely no longer even known by those academics who are the gatekeepers of our national memory. Among the forgotten are the American Indians of the Five "Civilized" Tribes — Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole — most of whom fought for the Confederacy. Few participants in that war exhibited greater courage, or suffered greater loss, than these long-forgotten patriots, whose blood kin included such distinguished personages as the great Sequoyah (George Gist), who ...

Ron Paul's Neo-Confederate "South Was Right" Civil War Speech With Confederate Flag
Post Date: 2015-06-27 13:25:08 by Gatlin
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Hate speech, the Confederate flag and feminism
Post Date: 2015-06-26 05:04:46 by Gatlin
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I grew up with a father who spoke English as a second language and a mother who was intelligent, but not especially intellectual, and I went off to study film theory at college armed with an arsenal of words I knew the meaning of, but did not know how to say, because I had never heard them pronounced. It was a revelation when I first heard “paradigm” spoken in a lecture. My mind struggled to match meaning to the word I just heard – “para-DIME” – what the hell is a ‘para-DIME”? Oh, it’s a “para-DIG-uhm”. Paradigm. Assuage. Indict. Coronet. Affidavit. Heinous. Bobbi Brown helped me out with prerogative. ASS—you-wodge. I was pretty ...

DIXIE'S CENSORED SUBJECT BLACK SLAVEOWNERS
Post Date: 2015-06-25 23:17:10 by Gatlin
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In an 1856 letter to his wife Mary Custis Lee, Robert E. Lee called slavery "a moral and political evil." Yet he concluded that black slaves were immeasurably better off here than in Africa, morally, socially and physically. The fact is large numbers of free Negroes owned black slaves; in fact, in numbers disproportionate to their representation in society at large. In 1860 only a small minority of whites owned slaves. According to the U.S. census report for that last year before the Civil War, there were nearly 27 million whites in the country. Some eight million of them lived in the slaveholding states. The census also determined that there were fewer than 385,000 individuals ...

Sam Davis Hero of the Confederacy
Post Date: 2015-06-25 00:34:33 by A K A Stone
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Sam Davis, a young Confederate soldier from Smyrna, Tennessee, was a private in the First Tennessee Infantry. He was a scout under Capt. Coleman, alias Dr. H.B. Shaw. Coleman's Scouts were gathering information about the Union forces moving from Middle Tennessee toward Chattanooga. On November 19, 1863, Davis is said to have spent the night at Campbellsville, at the home of Bob English. The next day Davis, carrying important documents to General Braxton Bragg at Chattanooga, was captured fifteen miles south of Pulaski, Tennessee, on Lamb's Ferry Road, below Minor Hill. Two Union soldiers dressed in Confederate uniforms approached young Davis and told him that they were ...

Remembering Jefferson Davis: American Patriot & Southern Hero
Post Date: 2015-06-25 00:30:19 by A K A Stone
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The sesquicentennial “150th Anniversary” of the War Between the States continues this year. The Jefferson Davis State Historic Site located in Fairview, Kentucky, will mark this event with the 204th Birthday Commemoration of Jefferson Davis, first and only president of the Confederate States of America, on June 1-3. Do you and your family know what is considered by some folks the largest monument to an American? I will give you the answer at the end of this article. Look at your calendar and see what dates in history are shown for June 3rd. It more than likely excludes that of a great American, the birthday of Jefferson Davis of Mississippi. The birthday of Abraham Lincoln is ...

Forrest : Memphis' first White Civil Rights Advocate
Post Date: 2015-06-23 18:05:47 by GarySpFC
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Forrest : Memphis' first White Civil Rights Advocate Lt. General Nathan Bedford Forrest (1821-1877) was a renowned Southern military leader and strategist during the War Between the States. During the Civil War, Forrest's Confederate cavalry wrecked havoc among Union forces throughout the mid-South. He gained worldwide fame from his many battlefield successes, but the wartime heroics have overshadowed his post-war work as a community leader and civil rights advocate. He fought fiercely on the battlefield, yet was a compassionate man off the field. After the war, Forrest worked tirelessly to build the New South and to promote employment for black Southerners. Forrest was known near ...

Yes, you’re a racist… and a traitor. [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2015-06-23 12:03:50 by Willie Green
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While I was out jogging this morning, I passed a neighbor's house that I have passed every day for almost three years. Usually I stroll right on by without giving it a second thought. Today, though... today was different. I stopped in my tracks and blankly stared until a car honked at me to move out of the way.This house flies a Confederate flag.I don't live in South Carolina or even Maryland. I live in a small town in Central Pennsylvania, 50 miles north of Gettysburg -- the site of the most famous victory of the Civil War. Yet even here, a few hundred feet from my front door flies the unambiguous symbol of hatred, racism and treason.Normally, this would elicit some fleeting ...

John Adams on the Establishment
Post Date: 2015-06-18 22:55:35 by A K A Stone
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"If they unite generally in all things, as much as they certainly will in respecting each other's wealth, birth, and parts, and conduct themselves with prudence, they will strengthen themselves by insensible degrees, by playing into each other's hands more wealth and popularity, until they become able to govern elections as they please, and rule the people at discretion. An independent member will be their aversion; all their artifices will be employed to destroy his popularity among his constituents, and bring in a disciple of their own in his place." - written in 1786. How little times change.

6 Banned Rock and Roll Hit Songs
Post Date: 2015-05-15 11:14:29 by Orwellian Nightmare
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The following is a list of some of the most famous examples in rock and roll history of songs that have been widely banned by radio stations and record stores for a variety of reasons. Sometimes it’s the typical offensive content or political messages, sometimes it’s for reasons less expected, but musicians throughout the relatively recent history of rock and roll music have been punished with bans for boundary-pushing music. Larry Ellis/Hulton Archive/Getty Images1. The Rolling Stones, “Let’s Spend the Night Together” The Stones were never any strangers to controversy from the beginning of their career. 1967’s “Let’s Spend the Night Together” ...

Model for Norman Rockwell's 'Rosie the Riveter' Dies at 92
Post Date: 2015-04-23 23:16:40 by Chuck_Wagon
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Model for Norman Rockwell's 'Rosie the Riveter' Dies at 92 By M. Alex Johnson Mary Doyle Keefe, the telephone operator whom Norman Rockwell beefed up for his iconic "Rosie the Riveter" cover of The Saturday Evening Post in 1943, has died at 92 in Simsbury, Connecticut, a funeral home confirmed. Keefe, who lived in a retirement home for the last eight years of her life, died peacefully Tuesday, Cameron Funeral Home of Granbury said. A graveside service is scheduled for Saturday in Bennington. The Post cover became one of the enduring symbols of homeland unity during World War II, when women stepped in to the jobs of millions of men who'd gone off to battle. It ...

U.S. Air Crew Shot Down over Japan Were Dissected Alive
Post Date: 2015-04-19 09:36:08 by A K A Stone
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A Japanese university has opened a museum acknowledging that its staff dissected downed American airmen while they were still alive during World War II. A gruesome display at the newly-opened museum at Kyushu University explains how eight U.S. POWs were taken to the center’s medical school in Fukuoka after their plane was shot down over the skies of Japan in May 1945. The flyers were subjected to horrific medical experiments. Doctors dissected one soldier’s brain to see if epilepsy could be controlled by surgery, and removed parts of the livers of other prisoners as part of tests to see if they would survive. Another soldier was injected with seawater, in an experiment to see if ...

Coming To America (Neil Diamond's Anthem)
Post Date: 2015-04-18 10:33:52 by Liberator
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Poster Comment:As a school project, some students honor America's welcoming arm to immigrants -- presumably, LEGAL ones. Excellent job with their photos as choice of song. Pretty touching tribute.... My ancestors all entered through Ellis Island. Must have been daunting but at the same time absolutely awesome entering New York Harbor and seeing the Statue of Liberty as a symbolic of hope for the future.

Some of Lincoln’s best friends were Jews
Post Date: 2015-04-17 09:44:34 by Willie Green
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A whopping 16,000 books have been written about President Abraham Lincoln. But a new book and an exhibit at the New York Historical Society tell a previously untold story about Lincoln: his relationships with Jews. Benjamin Shapell has been collecting documents relating to Lincoln and the Jews for over 35 years, housing them in the in the archives of the Shapell Foundation. For the 150th anniversary of Lincoln’s assassination, Shapell persuaded Jonathan Sarna, the Joseph H. and Belle R. Braun Professor of American Jewish History at Brandeis University, who had authored a book about Gen. Ulysses S. Grant and the Jews and co-edited a Civil War reader, to help organize the material so it ...

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