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Never-ending Injustice: Thoughts on The Failure to Indict in Ferguson

by DerekH in History, December 4, 2014

Many people of all races understand and feel the frustration that the people of Ferguson, MO are feeling after the grand jury failed to indict Darren Wilson for killing Michael Brown. However, in this opinion article an African American male expresses some thoughts that may not be in step with at least some in the Black community.

Obama Invited President Jokowi to USA

by florian677349 in History, December 3, 2014

US President Barack Obama invited President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) to visit Washington to discuss opportunities for cooperation between the two countries.

England Reverts Form as a Traditional Evil Empire

by Gary C Gibson in History, November 4, 2014

In order to replace its lost colonial empire Britain developed a new evil empire paradigm of financial perfidy and moral corruption to subjugate the world to wicked, anti-democratic purposes with London as the Mecca of godless, atheistic, fundamentalist Darwinism bereft of and forbidden to adumbrate intelligent metaphysics and theology.

Rantcid – What Have Sports Contributed to Society?

by charlotte M Jaudon in History, October 9, 2014

My question about what any major sport has lent to the history of this world.

Racism Based Voting

by jeremybruger in History, October 6, 2014

A lot of people voted based on race. Just ask the actor Samuel L. Jackson.

Scotland vs. England in 2014 Fish and Chips Cup

by Gary C Gibson in History, October 5, 2014

On the 18th of September Scots will vote to cut the ties that bind them to the Thames and go rogue or remain loyal butlers of Britain serving up sweetness and light as usual. What would Mel Gibson have made of that?

A National Holiday to Remember

by Prieto Kelime in History, September 7, 2014

What is labor day? what does it mean? the history of labor day, when it started, how it affected Americans in the past and future.

Book Review Britain’s Army in The 20th Century

by Bazza1972 in History, September 6, 2014

This excellent history of the British Army was written by Field Marshall Lord Carver. It was published in 1998.

The Ethics of Aristotle and Kant

by Bazza1972 in History, September 2, 2014

Although born many centuries apart both these men remain influential upon modern day ethics.

The Genpei War, Part One

by JR Gilbert in History, August 29, 2014

Japan’s first national civil war which heralded in the formation of the first shogunate. This article covers the years 1180-1183.

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