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The Disaster at Our Southern Border

We are hearing more and more subsequently about root causes—especially from Vice President Harris, who President Biden charged with developing a “Root Causes Strategy.” But what we are hearing is bunk. The fact is that when the U.S. opens its border

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Pillars and Myths - destroying the false narrative of the 1948 Nakba

The 1948 Arab defeat was a self inflicted disaster and the Nakba narrative spread by anti-Israel activists is a myth - here is the proof.

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Are We in A Revolution and Don't Even Know It?: We are in the midst of a revolutionary epoch and probably most don't even know it. | Victor Davis Hanson

In such revolutionary times, no one knows any more what is and is not a crime. Illegally storming the border when positive for COVID-19?

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    How Colorado Parents Created A 'No Politics' Public School For Their Kids

    Their local school board denied these parents' application to open a classical school in their mountain town. These parents would not take no for an answer.

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    Media ignore racial attack on Larry Elder because he’s a black Republican

    Do a search for “Larry Elder” and gorilla on the CNN Web site and nothing comes up. Washington Post? Zilch. Nothing comes up on The New York Times site either.

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      Parole for Sirhan B. Sirhan? RFK’s help for Israel drove his assassin

      If Sirhan is allowed to walk, then others who seek to murder for political issues can expect to avoid serving their full sentences. Op-ed.

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      History: Should’ve Kept Those Jews | City Journal

      Troubling FBI statistics and recent anti-Semitic incidents should remind the U.S. that other countries have lost their Jewish populations—to their own detriment.

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      This Day in History: Democrats Murder 4 Former Slaves and 5 Republicans at Clinton, MS Picnic - Then Go on to Slaughter

      146 years ago today, Democrats attacked a Republican barbecue in Clinton, Mississippi murdering 4 former slaves and 5 white Republicans. Democrats then in the following days slaughtered another 50-100 African-Americans. For some reason, you don’t hear muc

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        On This Day: Nazi Germany invades Poland, starts World War II in Europe

        The Nazi invasion of Poland, joined shortly by the Soviet Union, saw the end of Poland as an independent country, bringing WWII to Europe and paving the way for the horrors of the Holocaust.

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        A Naturalistic Garden Is Better for the Environment and Requires Less Work - FineGardening

        Naturalistic gardens give you the feeling of being in nature. Learn how to design a stunning naturalistic garden here.

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          Mob Morality and the Unvaxxed

          (A standalone Part 3 of a series. Part 1, Part 2) Propaganda must facilitate the displacement of aggression by specifying the targets for hatred.– Joseph Goebbels We would like to think that modern societies like ours have outgrown barbaric customs like

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            California college professor set arson fire near Dixie Fire, authorities say

            A California college professor has been arrested, charged with arson in connection with one of a series of suspected arson fires set near the state’s massive Dixie Fire, authorities said, according to reports.

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              Restrictions on Unvaccinated People See Explosion of Fake Vaccination Cards: Researchers

              Amid a bevy of COVID-19 vaccine mandates being handed down by governments and businesses, there has been an ...

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              In the Wake of Lockdowns, Homeschooling Surges - CatholicVote org

              CV NEWS FEED // Even as many schools return to in-person learning, many parents are opting to continue teaching their children at home.  According to the…

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                AZ Senate President: I Was Told My Family Should Die Simply Because I'm Fighting for Election Integrity

                Karen Fann revealed that, in addition to a faked bioterrorism attack, her office has received emails saying she and her family should die.

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                Sunk: Why Japan Never Recovered from the Battle of Midway

                Fortune granted the USA its favor at Midway, as Bismarck might have prophesied. But it was sound doctrine and strategy, entrepreneurship among naval aviators, and shrewd senior leadership that positioned the U.S. Pacific Fleet to harvest the opportunities

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                3,000-year-old inscription bearing name of biblical judge found in Israel - The Jerusalem Post

                The inscription features the name "Jerubbaal," a Jewish leader from the Book of Judges, as well as dates from around 1,100 BCE.

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                YouTube Deletes CPAC's Video About Trump's Lawsuit, Group Can't Upload Content

                YouTube deleted a video uploaded by the American Conservative Union, which hosts the Conservative Political Action Conference, for allegedly ...

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                The History of Canada's Residential Schools | Douglas Farrow | First Things

                The tragedy began with government-mandated violation of parental rights, an error gaining currency again today. 

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                    Tucker: Democrats want to eliminate the suburbs

                    'Tucker Carlson Tonight' host says Biden administration's infrastructure bill is meant to ruin the suburbs

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                      No, Israel was not the aggressor at June 1967

                      One of the most heated debates in the context of the Six-Day War in June 1967 and perhaps also in the context of the entire Israeli-Arab conflict is the question of what caused this war. According to…

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                      Bobby Kennedy’s Admiration for Israel

                      The senator’s unwavering support for the Jewish state strengthened American-Israeli ties—and ultimately led to his assassination by a Palestinian gunman

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                      Here’s THE TRUTH About the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (A Comprehensive History)

                      Go to https://expressVPN.com/Ben and find out how you can get 3 months of ExpressVPN free!From biblical times to today, Ben takes us through time to explore ...

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                      Remembering D-Day: 'We're here because of what they did'

                      National D-Day Memorial Foundation president April Cheek-Messier joins 'Fox & Friends Weekend' to discuss the significance of D-Day. Learn more about this pivotal moment in history with Fox Nation's ‘Secrets of D-Day,’ and ‘D-Day: Ronald Reagan’s Speech a

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                      USA Patriotism! ... Patriotic Photos - 'Tough' Omaha Beach On D-Day

                      The Tough Beach Watercolor by Navy Combat Artist Dwight Shepler, 1944, shows German artillery fire hitting U.S. forces on Omaha Beach, during the Normandy invasion on D-Day - June 6, 1944.

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                        Six Day War: When Israel reclaimed Jerusalem, its eternal capital

                        HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE: Retracing the 54-year-old events leading to Israel's stunning 1967 victory

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                        The History Los Angeles Has Lost to the Pandemic

                        The city is opening up, but here are some landmarks and treasures that we miss already.

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                        What Was Watergate Really About?

                        If you ask most people to explain what Watergate was all about, they might say that it was about a bungled break-in that brought down a president. That’s true, but the break-in is the least significant part of the scandal. What else should you know? Radio

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                        Trump's 1776 Commission to Reassemble, Tackle Critical Race Theory in History Education

                        Members of the 1776 Commission are reportedly set to meet again with a renewed focus on combating the critical race theory-based teaching of U.S. history.

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                          The myth of the Al-Aqsa 'siege' continues to ignite Palestinian violence

                          Hamas saw the need for a pretext to elevate its standing among Palestinians and proclaimed the Mosque to be under attack.

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                            How Car Culture Shaped The Crazy, Cool Architecture Of Midcentury LA | LAist

                            Decades after they were built, some of the most iconic structures built to sell and service automobiles are being restored and repurposed.

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                            The O.K. Corral: The Gunfight of All Gunfights

                            This Gunfight at the O.K. Corral lasted just 30 seconds. But its legend has endured for more than a decade. We dissect the battle's myth and lure.

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                            The Endless Letter

                            Endless Letter — project commemorating Victory over Nazism. Hundreds of extracts from WWII letters illustrated by Russian design students.

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                              60 Years Ago, Alan Shepard Became The First American In Space

                              The passing of Apollo 11's Michael Collins along with the 60th anniversary of Alan Shepard's historic flight reminds us how inspiring exploration can be.

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                              American History Is Being Falsified to Sow Political Division: Mary Grabar

                              Mary Grabar, author of the upcoming book "Debunking the 1619 Project: Exposing the Plan to Divide America," told Epoch TV's Crossroads program that the controversial 1619 Project skews American history for divisive political ends.

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                                5 Things You Didn't Know About Alan Shepard

                                Nov. 18 is Alan Shepard's birthday. HowStuffWorks Now shares some little-known facts about the first American in space.

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                                UNPACKED: The Boxer who Fought for his Life at Auschwitz

                                UNPACKED: The Boxer who Fought for his Life at Auschwitz Salamo Arouch, a young Jewish boxer from Greece, was sent to Auschwitz in 1943. Suddenly finding himself in brutal matches staged to “entertain” the Nazi SS officers, the undefeated Balkan light

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                                Another Earth Day, another year of failed predictions - Alpha News

                                Happy “Earth Day.” The left loves today almost as much as Tax Day a week ago. 

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                                  USA Patriotism! ... Article > A Harrowing Night In Afghanistan by U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Brooke Moeder

                                  U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Michael Rogers sat back in his chair at Aviano Air Base, Italy ... recalling the tragic events that took place that night in Afghanistan. The explosion, the fire, the confusion.

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                                    Camelot on the Carolina Coast - Local Life

                                    Charles Fraser and the wild, glory days of Sea Pines Company. Story by Tommy Baysden A good bit has been written about the serendipitous series of circumstances leading to the …

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                                    USA Patriotism! ... Article > WWII Veteran Recalls Dachau Concentration Camp Liberation by U.S. Army Reserve Sgt. 1st Class Debralee Best

                                    Dachau was a Nazi concentration camp opened March 1933, initially intended to hold political prisoners. By 1944, approximately 30,000 prisoners were held in the camp. On April 29, 1945, the United States entered the camp and liberated thousands of prisoners ... that Tom Sitter (97) still vividly recalls.

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                                      USA Patriotism! ... Patriotic Articles > Barbara Mabrity - Lighthouse Keeper and Hurricane Heroine by William H. Thiesen, Atlantic Area Historian, USCG

                                      The United States Coast Guard and its predecessor agencies have been blessed with the service of many determined and courageous women. One of them was U.S. Lighthouse Service Keeper Barbara Mabrity.

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                                        Winston Churchill in Palestine – 100 years on - The Jerusalem Post

                                        “The establishment of a Jewish National Home in Palestine will be a blessing to the whole world.”

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                                          What Really Happened in 1776? | The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

                                          The 1776 Report Larry P. Arnn, Carol Swain, and Matthew Spalding (Encounter Books, 120 pages, $15) An authentic civic education...

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                                          New Jersey Estate Owned by Napoleon’s Older Brother Set to Become State Park

                                          In 1815, exiled Spanish king Joseph Bonaparte fled to the U.S., where he lived in luxury on a sprawling, 60-acre estate

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                                          The Obama Administration and the Press - Committee to Protect Journalists

                                          Leak investigations and surveillance in post-9/11 America U.S. President Barack Obama came into office pledging open government, but he has fallen short of his promise. Journalists and transparency advocates say the White House curbs routine disclosure of

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                                            Gov. Noem Caves, Vetoes Bill Protecting Girls’ Sports

                                            CV NEWS FEED // Gov. Kristi Noem, R-SD, vetoed a bill that would have prohibited biological males from competing in women’s sports, leading to a crushing…

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                                              Opinion: The Founders Warned Us About Abuses Like H.R. 1

                                              Commentary H.R. 1, the bill that would seize control of federal elections from the states, comes with an ...

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                                              UPDATE: Images Surface Of Possible Evidence Destruction And Chinese Involvement In November 2020 Election, Fulton County, GA - CD Media

                                              Images Surface Of Possible Evidence Destruction And Chinese Involvement In November 2020 Election, Fulton County, GA.

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                                              Gov. Kristi Noem: COVID and South Dakota one year later -- what guided our approach from Day One

                                              On March 10, 2020, South Dakota diagnosed our first cases of COVID-19. One year into our fight against the virus our state has some very promising items to report.

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                                                Why It's Ignorant To Pretend U.S. Lands Still Belong To Native Tribes

                                                Like most new racial history exercises, land acknowledgments are less about a true reflection of the past than grievance politics and superficial gestures.

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                                                Lockdowns: Which ‘Experts’ Were Right? A year later it’s clear that most media and government experts were dead wrong.

                                                It has now been nearly a year since “public health experts” began appearing on television talk shows insisting that, to...

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                                                Son of Solzhenitsyn | Jonathon Van Maren | First Things

                                                As all true home-seekers understand, we are pilgrims here below—striving for a different home far beyond physical borders in the City of God.

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                                                  5 Ways To Help Your Child Not Grow Up To Be A Socialist

                                                  According to a study last year, 70 percent of millennials and 64 percent of Zoomers say they would vote for a socialist candidate.

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                                                    ‘The worst public policy decisions of my lifetime’: Brit Hume rails against lockdowns, school closings

                                                    Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume laid into public policymakers Tuesday for appearing to solely rely on Dr. Anthony Fauci for guidance on the coronavirus pandemic and shutting out scientists from other fields

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                                                      Warning for America: The Four Steps of Marxist Takeover Were Activated in 2020

                                                      Back in July 2020 Scott McKay at American Spectator wrote an amazing piece on the Four Stages of Marxist Takeover. McKay’s report is based on the words and warnings of Soviet defector Yuri Bezmenov. It’s been seven months since the report was

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                                                        Discovery on Jerusalem Pilgrimage Road Proves It Was Built by the Man Who Crucified Jesus | CBN News

                                                        The Roman governor who was responsible for condemning Jesus of Nazareth to death by crucifixion also ordered the construction of a street for pilgrims to follow to the Jewish Temple more than 2,000 years ago. 

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                                                          I Was There the Day of Rush Limbaugh's Debut

                                                          It is hard to say something about Rush Limbaugh that hasn’t already been said, but I’ll try.
                                                          I was there on the day of his debut.
                                                          I was working at WPBR, an ocean-front radio station in Palm Beac...

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                                                          How A U.S. President And A Former Slave Became Friends

                                                          One was born in a one-room cabin in Kentucky. The other, born into slavery in Maryland. In time, they became two of America's best leaders.

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                                                          How an Amazing Native American Prophecy About George Washington Came to Pass

                                                          As we remember George Washington on his birthday, let us not forget that we, as a nation, owe our very existence to the providential mercies of Almighty God.

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                                                            5th Graders in Public School Celebrate Angela Davis, ‘Black Communism’

                                                            A failing Philadelphia public school forced fifth graders to celebrate radical Marxist Angela Davis and “black communism.”

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                                                              Stop Calling It an 'Insurrection'

                                                              So, I was out at dinner with my old battalion commander – literally outside, because dining inside apparently is super deadly if you live under blue tyranny – and we

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                                                              Twitter Permanently Suspends 'The Gateway Pundit' Account

                                                              Twitter has permanently suspended The Gateway Pundit's account over what it says are "repeated violations" of the platform's rules.

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                                                              USA Patriotism! ... Article > Ice Cutter Northland and The Greenland Patrol by William H. Thiesen, Atlantic Area Historian, USCG

                                                              The Coast Guard Cutter Northland was a cruising class cutter designed to replace the famed wooden Arctic cutter Bear. In World War II, it took into custody the first enemy vessel and German personnel taken by U.S. forces. During its 20-year career, it became the most important U.S. vessel in the Arctic.

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                                                                Who Killed the Anti-War Democrats? - American Greatness

                                                                After three generations the anti-war tendency within America’s oldest political party has been thoroughly alienated from its leadership and rendered impotent.

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                                                                  The Jews who fought back during the Holocaust

                                                                  Our communal sense of history and peoplehood give us the strength to continue while our enemies fall by the wayside. Op-ed.

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                                                                  6 State Attorneys General Warn Biden Over Potential Presidential Overreach

                                                                  A coalition of state attorneys general on Wednesday sent a letter to President Joe Biden reminding him that any potential unconstitutional executive actions or federal overreach will not go unchallenged.

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                                                                  The Spirit of 1776 | National Review

                                                                  Joe Biden versus a proper understanding of American history.

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                                                                    He was an opium addict who couldn't receive the sacraments. But he's a martyr and a saint

                                                                    St. Mark Ji Tianxiang was an opium addict. Not had been an opium addict. He was an opium addict at the time of his death. For years, Ji was a respectable Christian, raised in a Christian family in 19th-century China. He was a leader in the Christian commu

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                                                                      8 of History's Strangest Taxes | Mental Floss

                                                                      History is full of kings and governments who have tried to earn money by taxing anything from beards to bachelors.

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                                                                        Vintage Photos of Movie Theaters Through the Years

                                                                        We're feeling a little nostalgic for our local theater.

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                                                                          Medicine's Role in the Holocaust and Contemporary Implications | Ethics | AMA Journal of Ethics | AMA Ed Hub

                                                                          This article considers a historical approach to teaching the Holocaust's contemporary ethical implications for clinicians and their practices.

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                                                                          DATA EXPERT: 200,000 Pennsylvania Ballots Were Modified After Election - A Sampling of 100,000 Arizona Ballots Show 'Material Amount' Aren't Even Real People

                                                                          There was fraud everywhere in the 2020 election and to not address this is to destroy the future of our children while stomping on the graves of those who died for this country. We’ve pointed out literally a million invalid ballots which were includ

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                                                                            When Abraham Lincoln Tried His Hand at Being a True Crime Writer | Mental Floss

                                                                            In another era, Abraham Lincoln could have made for a great 'Dateline NBC' producer. The future president once penned a true crime tale based on a murder case he worked on as a lawyer.

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                                                                            Colonial Williamsburg: The Story

                                                                            Spanning nearly five centuries, Colonial Williamsburg: The Story chronicles the town from its colonial origins through its days as the capital of England's largest colony and then as the center of revolutionary ideas and ferment.

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                                                                              USA Patriotism! ... Martin Luther King, Jr. National Holiday

                                                                              With the same dream, faith, and hope championed by the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we recommit to upholding his legacy and meeting our sacred obligation to protect the unalienable rights of all Americans ... I, DONALD J. TRUMP, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim January 18, 2021, as the Martin Luther King, Jr., Federal Holiday.

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                                                                                Orwell’s 1984 and Today

                                                                                We can see today the totalitarian impulse among powerful forces in our politics and culture. We can see it in the rise and imposition of doublethink, and we can see it in the increasing attempt to rewrite our history.

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                                                                                  How a Presidential Rally Turned Into a Capitol Rampage

                                                                                  We analyzed the alternating perspectives of President Trump at the podium, the lawmakers inside the Capitol and a growing mob’s destruction and violence.

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                                                                                    5 Presidents Who Didn't Attend Their Successor's Inauguration

                                                                                    On the day of the 2021 inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden, President Donald Trump will join the small group of presidents who skipped their replacement's swearing-in ceremony.

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                                                                                    USA Patriotism! ... Patriotic Articles > His Marines Called Him 'Gunny' by U.S. Navy Gene Hughes, Personnel Command

                                                                                    The bond between combat Marines and their Navy Corpsmen is battle tested ... Chief Hospital Corpsman Warren G. “Lou” Legarie, who passed away at the age of 95, exemplified this bond during savage engagements – in three wars – now legendary among those who wear the Eagle, Globe and Anchor.

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                                                                                      Six Other Times People Broke Into the U.S. Capitol

                                                                                      Pro-Trump protesters broke into the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday. In doing so, they joined an infamous list.

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                                                                                      Exclusive: Over 432,000 Votes Removed From Trump in Pennsylvania, Data Scientists Say

                                                                                      Pennsylvania election data shows that over 432,000 votes were removed from President Donald Trump during the November election, data scientists say.

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                                                                                      11 More GOP Senators to Object to Electoral College Votes

                                                                                      A group of 11 senators on Saturday announced they're going to challenge electoral votes during the Jan. 6 ...

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                                                                                      When Elvis Helped to Conquer Polio

                                                                                      After a deadly mistake sapped public confidence in inoculations, the medical community found an unlikely ally in the King of Rock ’n Roll.

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                                                                                        2020 Election Fraud is CCP 'Assassin's Mace': Patrick Byrne

                                                                                        Election fraud is the secret "assassin's mace" of the CCP that has long confounded security hawks, according to tech entrepreneur Patrick Byrne.

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                                                                                        7 Fascinating Facts About F. Scott Fitzgerald

                                                                                        Today, F. Scott Fitzgerald is considered one of the most astute American novelists of the 20th century. But his best-known work, 'The Great Gatsby,' wasn't a bestseller.

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                                                                                          The Baltimore university that bears his name announced new research that "shattered" perceptions of the Quaker entrepreneur

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                                                                                            השבועה לירושלים - עקיבא נוף עם ג'ון לנון ויוקו אונו

                                                                                            מילים ולחן: עקיבא נוףשנת הקלטה: 1969הסיפור: ב-1969 כאשר היה סטודנט אלמוני בהולנד, זכה עקיבא נוף לפרסום כעיתונאי הישראלי היחיד שזכה לשוחח בראיון ע