Posted in History Human Interest

Geronimo the Medicine Man and Warrior

On this day in 1886, Apache leader and medicine man Geronimo surrenders a third and final time to Lt. Charles Bare Gatewood, an Apache-speaking West…

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Posted in Foreign Affairs Foreign Policy History Politics

The Revolutionary War and the Treaty of Paris

On this day in 1783, the Treaty of Paris, defining the legal conclusion of the American Revolutionary War, is signed in France. In attendance were…

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The Fight for Florida

On this day in 1819, Spanish minister Do Luis de Onis and US Secretary of State John Quincy Adams, under the Monroe administration, sign the…

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Posted in Race

NC KKK Group Goes Recruiting In Black Neighborhood

Looks like the Ku Klux Klan went barking up the wrong tree this time. A North Carolina KKK group went recruiting in Florida, but got…

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Posted in Civil Rights

Florida Mom Targeted In Islamophobic Road Rage Incident

A  Florida woman identifying herself only as “Rose” says that she was nearly run off the road in a 20- mile chase with her kids…

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Posted in Civil Rights Gun Control Headlines Race State Issues Videos

Organization Funding George Zimmerman's New Gun Will 'Sleep Soundly' if Zimmerman Kills Again: Piers Morgan (VIDEO)

Last night on CNN’s Piers Morgan show, the host grilled Ken Hanson, the leader of the Buckeye Firearms Foundation that helped raise money for George…

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