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Headlines and Hostility

Originally posted on LoneStarFreedomPress:
A big part of writing is talking to readers about your book.  Actually, in my opinion, the most interesting part of writing is about talking to readers about what they think about the world.  As Phoenix…

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The Battle of Athens, Tenn. 1946 is the Origin of U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Report on Rightwing Extremist Slamming U.S. Veterans and Second Amendment Advocates!

Originally posted on American Common Defence Review (TM):
Compare: U.S. Department of Homeland Security “Rightwing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment“ (U//FOUO) The possible passage of new restrictions on firearms and the return of…

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Lightbulb 1st Public demo Dec. 30 Outlawed 2014 Jan 1st

In the first public demonstration of his incandescent lightbulb, American inventor Thomas Alva Edison lights up a street in Menlo Park, New Jersey. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company ran special trains to Menlo Park on the day of the demonstration in … Continue reading

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1775 : Benedict Arnold Defeated Quebec Canada

Arnold’s column is shattered in fierce street fighting during the Battle of Quebec. Français : La colonne de Benedict Arnold est brisée durant les féroces batatilles de rue de la Bataille de Québec. Italiano: Forze anglo-canadesi respingono gli americani a … Continue reading

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1787 Shays’ Rebellion

A Day That “Unexpectedly Changed America” Despite the corny animations, a video (44 mins) from History Channel’s ten-part miniseries “10 Days That Unexpectedly Changed America” (aired 2006) provides a detailed overview of Shays’ Rebellion, complete with analysis and perspective from … Continue reading

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1946 : Battle of Athens : Second Amendment Rights : WWII Veterans

The Battle of Athens, Tennessee is a little-known story about a citizen militia against a corrupt political machine. Athens was a small town inhabited by a number of GIs who returned home from World War II to find political bosses, … Continue reading

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1932 – 1938 : Gun Control–Kristallnacht-Holocaust Begins

 First: 1932 Registering All Firearms : Weimar Republic Second: 1933  Nazi’s use registration to track down ‘Enemies of the State’ Jews and collect their guns Third: 1938 November 9th – 10th: Having confiscated Jewish guns  Kristallnacht (Night of Broken Glass) … Continue reading

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