Monthly Archives: August 2015

Alison Parker and Adam Ward obituaries RIP

ALISON PARKER’S OBITUARY Alison Bailey Parker, loved by everyone who knew her, was taken from us at the age of 24 on August 26, 2015. Born in Annapolis, MD, Alison grew up in Collinsville, Virginia and graduated from Martinsville High … Continue reading

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Dick Cheney and other LIARS

Cheney ’94: Invading Baghdad Would Create Quagmire onebluenine 4 months ago (edited) He actually did a fine job of explaining precisely what would happen when he and his colleagues in the GW Bush admin turned around and ignored all that … Continue reading

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Donald J Trump

Trump also doesn’t try to hide his support for Social Security and Medicare, or pretend he’d push for massive cuts of two of the most popular social welfare programs that have ever existed, unlike almost all of his fellow Republicans. … Continue reading

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Slavery and Secession

The Union must be preserved at all hazards. www.historians.org James Grossman, the executive director of the American Historical Association, told The Washington Post’s Emma Brown last month that slavery’s fundamental role in fomenting the Civil War is “a matter of … Continue reading

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Japan and the BOMB

B-29 crew that were used for live vivisection experiments. Photograph: ww2db.com Other airmen had parts of their organs removed, with one deprived of an entire lung to gauge the effects of surgery on the respiratory system. In another experiment, doctors … Continue reading

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A NICE story

The young deer seemed to stop panicking after being pulled from the water and into the arms of his rescuers Continue reading

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Obama economy

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Food banks across the country are seeing a rising demand for free groceries despite the growing economy, leading some charities to reduce the amount of food they offer each family. Continue reading

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Common Sense about illegals, gringos

sin papeles “They have a saying in Spanish: Mi corazon esta en Mexico, pero mi estomago esta en los Estados Unidos.” Shark Manhattan 11 hours ago I am a Latin immigrant, who came with a passport, and worked my way … Continue reading

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Common Sense about immigration

Americans Have you ever watched Antiques Roadshow? People…bring for appraisal their paintings, jewelry, documents, swords, samplers, toys, key baskets…Americans. Have you ever watched Booknotes? The next time you watch a speaker(s) discuss the Civil War or American presidents, note the … Continue reading

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