The “I Have a Dream” speech, delivered by Martin Luther King Jr. before a crowd of some 250,000 people at the 1963 March on Washington, remains one of the most famous speeches in history. Weaving in references to the country’s Founding Fathers and the Bible, King used universal themes to depict the struggles of African … Continue reading Remembrance, Responsibility & Dream
WOW... What a crazy time to be living in America... The hatred runs deep and fast... In all my years on the earth, I have never seen such out right hatred... Hatred of country, hatred of government, hatred of each other and hatred of God... Hatred seems to be the new norm, sad, but I … Continue reading Stand strong, Stand Bold and Stand up!
Hey, I got an idea, lets just remove all of our history, I am sure it offends someone... It’s not just the Confederate Flag anymore. Liberals want all remnants of the Old South destroyed. Officials at the Atlanta NAACP are calling to remove not just the Confederate Flag from all state-owned property, but all symbols … Continue reading NAACP Calls For Stone Mountain To Be “Sandblasted Off: “Those Guys Need To Go” – Downtrend
I just don't get why the black community support the democratic ticket.... Republicans, as history shows, Freed the slaves, voted for there human rights, yet republicans are treated and represented as the slave owners... The democrats have a much better publicity machine, they know how to get there message out. I figure its because when … Continue reading This Day in History… Republicans Pass Anti-KKK Act – Outlawing Democratic Terrorist Groups – The Gateway Pundit
So, I am Irish, should I demand that the US government owes me for there past actions? Can I now walk around and complain that I was mistreated and abused? The Irish had a very bad start in America, read your history... Slavery was not just a black thing... They came as slaves: human cargo … Continue reading IRISH: THE FORGOTTEN WHITE SLAVES | peoples trust toronto
When you think of the Middle Ages, chances are you picture gallant knights sitting astride brilliant destriers galloping through a sea of plagues, ignorance, and filth. And you can hardly be blamed for that, when everything from the movies you watch to your high school history teacher (who was mainly the football coach) has told … Continue reading 6 Ridiculous Myths About the Middle Ages Everyone Believes | Cracked.com
The New Yorker’s May 11th issue includes a profile of the sculptor Charles Ray, tracking his life and career and peculiarities. One small section of the piece is devoted to the controversy around his piece “Huck and Jim,” a sculpture of the characters from Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. The sculpture depicts a … Continue reading The Whitney Chickened Out On This ‘Huck Finn’ Sculpture – ANIMAL