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  • Jean Paul Sartre: Existentialism
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    Jean Paul Sartre: Existentialism

    3 weeks ago

    Jean-Paul Sartre, Philosopher of Existentialism; Apostate, Atheist, Communist, Antinomian, Nihilist, self-described Chronicler from Hell; Debaucher, Drunkard, Drug Addict, Serial Fornicator; Read and Adored by Millions; Loved Stalin, Mao, Tito, and Franz Fanon; Hell is Other People, Life is Absurd.

  • An Epidemic of Loneliness
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    An Epidemic of Loneliness

    3 weeks ago

    Look at all the lonely people. Where do they all come from? Well, the loneliest people in the world today live in America, Australia, Sweden, Britain, Canada, and Japan. Could it be because of dangerously low birth rates? Could fractured families be to blame? Loneliness and social isolation hurts.

  • Chick fil A is the Best
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    Chick fil A is the Best

    4 weeks ago

    Chick-fil-A is the most beloved restaurant in America. And the most hated. America's favorite fast-food restaurant and America's favorite overall restaurant, Chick-fil-A is third in the nation for food sales, and first by double in food sales per location, despite being closed on Sunday for the Lord

  • Oprah Winfrey: Spirit Guide
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    Oprah Winfrey: Spirit Guide

    4 months ago

    Oprah Winfrey, richest woman in the world, most influential woman in America. 1/3 of American women look to Oprah for religious and spiritual guidance. Her spiritual guides are Deepak Chopra, A Course in Miracles, Life after Life, The Secret, Eckhart Tolle, Pantheism. Oprah may run for president USA

  • Hero or Villain: Christopher Columbus
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    Hero or Villain: Christopher Columbus

    5 months ago

    Christopher Columbus: Hero Or Villain? The life, motivations, and voyages of the greatest explorer Christopher Columbus. Includes Columbus Day, Indigenous Peoples Day, The New World, Queen Isabella & King Ferdinand of Spain, District of Columbia, Columbia University, the Greatest Man Who Ever Lived.

  • Witchcraft, Wicca, and That Old Black Magic
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    Witchcraft, Wicca, and That Old Black Magic

    5 months ago

    Witchcraft, Wicca, Black Magic, White Magic, Red Magic, Good Magic, Grimoires, Sacred Feminine, Sorcery, Pentagram, Paganism, Samhain, Beltane, Witches Sabbath, Great Goat, Ancient Serpent, Initiation, Ritual, Ceremony, Incantations, summoning demons, Legemeton, Sex, Drugs, Blasphemy, Old Religion.

  • The New World Order: Global Government
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    The New World Order: Global Government

    5 months ago

    The New World Order of Global Government is coming. Why will World Government feature Worldwide Socialism? FDR, Rex Tugwell, Council on Foreign Relations, Robert Muller, UNESCO, Julian Huxley, Destruction of the Sacred, Hatred of the Human Race, Luciferian Conspiracy, the Antichrist, Hatred of God

  • Brexit: Will Britain Be Allowed to Leave the EU?
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    Brexit: Will Britain Be Allowed to Leave the EU?

    5 months ago

    Brexit means the British Exit from the European Union. It is part of a populist uprising across Western Civilization against Globalists who are planning a New World Order, a World without Borders, without nation-states, governed by unelected experts, by bureaucrats unaccountable to ordinary citizens

  • Progress & Religion
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    Progress & Religion

    5 months ago

    Progress & Religion explores the relationship between Western Civilization and Christianity. Science, Technology, Capitalism, Free Enterprise, Industrial Revolution, Machines, Equality, Individual Freedom, Representative Government, Literacy, Schools, Hospitals, and Universities all from Christendom

  • Venezuela: The Fruits of Democratic Socialism
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    Venezuela: The Fruits of Democratic Socialism

    5 months ago

    Venezuela, once the richest country in Latin America, voted for Democratic Socialist Hugo Chavez, who promised socialist paradise and thus brought despair and death on itself, along with famine, starvation, disease, incredible inflation rendering the currency worthless, the collapse of medical care

  • Secrets of the Occult
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    Secrets of the Occult

    4 months ago

    Secrets of the Occult, Astrology, Psychics, Mediums, Tarot Cards, Séances, Spiritualism, Spiritism, Channeling, Parapsychology, Holistic Healing, Fortunetellers, Soothsayers, Wizards, Necromancy, Sorcery, Eliphas Levi, Arthur Ford, Bishop James Pike, Ruth Montgomery, Define Occult: hidden knowledge

  • Origin of the Illuminati
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    Origin of the Illuminati

    5 months ago

    Origin of the Illuminati is the story of the Illuminati, from Adam Weishaupt to the United Nations, showing the connections between the Illuminati and Atheism, Satanism, Luciferianism, Socialism, Communism, the French Revolution, anti-Western Civilization, the New World Order, and the Antichrist.

  • American Indian Genocide: Fact or Fiction?
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    American Indian Genocide: Fact or Fiction?

    5 months ago

    American Indian Genocide: Fact or Fiction? Looks at the questions, What is Genocide? Were the American Indians the Targets of Genocide? The Smallpox Blanket Hoax of Ward Churchill, the Noble Savage Myth, King Philip's War, the French and Indian War, the Founding Fathers, the Gold Rush, Howard Zinn.

  • The Red Pill: The Truth About Men
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    The Red Pill: The Truth About Men

    5 months ago

    The Red Pill: Truth About Men, inspired by the documentary by Cassie Jayle: Men's Health, Toxic Masculinity, Fathers are Valuable but not Valued, Misandry: Feminists Hate Men, Boys Feminized in Schools, Ritalin, Testosterone Levels Falling, False Rape Charges, False Child Abuse Claims, Family Court

  • Friedrich Nietzsche: Zarathustra Hath Spoken
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    Friedrich Nietzsche: Zarathustra Hath Spoken

    6 months ago

    Friedrich Nietzsche son of a pastor, Grandfather of Psychology, Father of Nihilism, Beyond Good and Evil, the Antichrist, God is Dead, Thus Spake Zarathustra, possessed by the Eternal Serpent, Fifth Gospel, Christianity the one great curse, Insanity, new prophet, new holy book, new religion, despair

  • Fascism: What Is It?
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    Fascism: What Is It?

    6 months ago

    What Is Fascism? Fascism was invented by Mussolini as a name for his new political movement that combined Socialism with Nationalism. Previously, Socialism had been an ideology of Internationalists, Globalists who wanted to erase all borders. Today Fascism is falsely called right-wing by the Left.

  • The Father of Socialism: Auguste Comte
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    The Father of Socialism: Auguste Comte

    5 months ago

    The Father of Socialism: Auguste Comte includes comment by Dostoyevsky and Henri De Lubac. Comte father of sociology, social science, secular humanism, fascism, communism. Animated by the Spirit of the Antichrist, Comte hated the Gospel, God, and Jesus, invented Religion of Man, Religion of Humanity

  • The Russian Collusion Hoax Conspiracy
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    The Russian Collusion Hoax Conspiracy

    6 months ago

    The Russian Collusion Hoax Conspiracy launched by Hillary Clinton, Democratic National Committee, Steele Dossier, President Obama, John Brennan, James Comey, Loretta Lynch, Susan Rice, Robert Mueller, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, FBI, DOJ, John McCain, Mueller Investigation, Fusion GPS

  • Karl Marx: Annihilator of Men
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    Karl Marx: Annihilator of Men

    6 months ago

    Karl Marx, Annihilator of Men, Destroyer of Worlds, Scientific Socialism, A New and Better World, Marxism an Ideology, Marxism a Religion, Communist Manifesto, Das Kapital, Socialism vs. Communism, Abolition of Private Property, Marriage, Family, Christianity, Utopia, Satanism, False Messiah, Legacy

  • Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Father of the Left
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    Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Father of the Left

    6 months ago

    Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Philosopher, Philosophical Father of the Left, First Modern Intellectual, Teacher of Mankind, Proponent of Free Love, Father of Progressive Education, Source of Socialism, Communism, and Fascism, Inventor of the Noble Savage. Man is born free and everywhere he is in chains.

  • Sigmund Freud
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    Sigmund Freud

    6 months ago

    Sigmund Freud: Everything you always wanted to know but were afraid to ask. Freud collected pagan idols of demon gods; Cocaine; Freud and Faust; Freud the Devil; Freud the Antichrist; Subconscious; Atheism; Psychoanalysis; Psychology; Therapy; Future of an Illusion; Freudian Psychology; Satanism.

  • Who Is the God of the Google Gods?
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    Who Is the God of the Google Gods?

    7 months ago

    Who is the God of the Google Gods: the Church of Google, the Creepy Line, Google Loves Democrats, Google hates President Trump & Deplorables, the Good Censor, News Searches, Fact Checks, Keyword Searches, Adsense Demonetization, Google Employee Bigotry, Personal Assistant Prejudice, Burning Man

  • Collies: A Breed Apart
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    Collies: A Breed Apart

    7 months ago

    Collies: A Breed Apart; author's history with Collie Dog Breed; Characteristics of the Rough-Coat Scotch Collie or Rough Collie; heroism, temperament, intelligence; lifespan, average height and weight; Origin of Collies; History of the Collie Dog; Lassie novel, films & TV series; Pal played Lassie

  • South Africa: No Country For White Men?
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    South Africa: No Country For White Men?

    7 months ago

    South Africa: No Country For White Men or 'South Africa: What is Going On?' Our subtopics include expropriation of white-owned farms and land; the History of South Africa; Apartheid; African National Congress (ANC); Nelson Mandela; Colonialism; BEE; Crime and Violence in South Africa; Malema; Zuma

  • Make America Great Again: What Does It Mean?
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    Make America Great Again: What Does It Mean?

    7 months ago

    Make America Great Again: What Does It Mean? American citizens are assaulted in public for wearing caps that say Make America Great Again. The Left says America was never great. Conservative Christians believe America was the greatest country in the history of the world before progressives ruined it

  • Godless by Ann Coulter: Book Review
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    Godless by Ann Coulter: Book Review

    7 months ago

    'Godless: The Church of Liberalism' a book by Ann Coulter was a # 1 best seller in 2006. 'Godless' describes Liberalism as a godless religion. My review covers abortion, the Catholic priest scandal, Oprah Winfrey misdiagnoses AIDS, the Theory of Evolution, Scopes Monkey Trial, and Unborn Babies

  • The Truth About Global Warming & Climate Change
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    The Truth About Global Warming & Climate Change

    4 months ago

    Does Climate Change? Of course it does. Are we experiencing Global Warming? Is Global Warming man-made? Will the world end in 12 years, as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortes says? Was Al Gore right? What is the inconvenient truth about the Inconvenient Truth? Have Ice Caps melted? Are Polar Bears gone? Hoax!

  • Democratic Socialism
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    Democratic Socialism

    7 months ago

    The standard definition of Socialism has long been: “Government ownership of the means of production and distribution of goods, services, and jobs; central planning collectivism.” Socialism rests on a foundation of Atheism and brings famine, starvation, suffering, misery, death, and...

  • HubPages Writer Publishes Third Book: What Does the Devil Do All Day?
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    HubPages Writer Publishes Third Book: What Does the Devil Do All Day?

    7 months ago

    What Does the Devil Do All Day? This book explores Satanic Crime, the Occult, a History of Belief in the Devil Worldwide, Exorcism, Luciferianism, Satanism, Atheism, Paganism, New Age Religion, False Teachers, Music, the Existence of Minds apart from Matter, and the Good News.

  • Jimmy Schrader, Guitarist Extraordinaire
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    Jimmy Schrader, Guitarist Extraordinaire

    7 months ago

    Jimmy Schrader (1953-2019), extraordinary rock and blues guitarist, long time star of the White Summer band, which was once voted Best Classic Rock Band in America. Jimmy Schrader, aka 'The King of Guitar,' songwriter, born blind, from Benton Harbor, Michigan originally, died in Orlando, Florida.

  • Facebook Thought Police
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    Facebook Thought Police

    8 months ago

    Facebook promised a neutral platform, with free speech. It was to be a forum for true diversity of political discourse. Since the election of President Trump, it has become a site of heavy-handed censorship of Thought Crimes, with the politically incorrect (conservative) banished to the Gulag.

  • Hubber Publishes Book of Comments From His Hub ‘Black Guys With White Girls’
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    Hubber Publishes Book of Comments From His Hub ‘Black Guys With White Girls’

    8 months ago

    Race is a hot topic, what with Black Lives Matter; black multi-millionaires hating America; teachers being told to teach kids about ‘white privilege;’ ‘micro-aggressions’ and ‘safe places;’ jobs and college slots being divided up by race. Many people say we need an honest conversation...

  • Jesus in the World: The First 600 Years
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    Jesus in the World: The First 600 Years

    8 months ago

    Jesus in the World is about the origin of Christianity. It answers the questions of how did the Christian Faith start and how did the Religion of Christianity begin from the Apostles to the Church.

  • The Pursuit of Happiness: Everybody Wants to be Happy
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    The Pursuit of Happiness: Everybody Wants to be Happy

    7 months ago

    Everybody wants to be happy. The Pursuit of Happiness is an important individual right. Social Science has studied the keys to happiness. What makes us happy? Family, Religion, Government, Diversity, Money, Love, Community, Marriage, Honors, Fame?

  • New Age Religion
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    New Age Religion

    7 months ago

    New Age Religion is a new combination of very old ideas. The New Age Movement combines astrology, psychology, gnosticism, pantheism, paganism and the occult to create religion for the Age of Aquarius.

  • C. S. Lewis
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    C. S. Lewis

    7 months ago

    C. S. Lewis biography. C. S. Lewis books, Mere Christianity, Abolition of Man, Screwtape Letters, Surprised by Joy, A Grief Observed, The Problem of Pain; and his views on Evil and Suffering; God & Man; Free Will; Morality; Salvation; Wider Hope; the Bible; Christian Faith; Christ Jesus of Nazareth

  • Life After Death: Transcendence
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    Life After Death: Transcendence

    7 months ago

    Is there life after death? Is transcendence real? What is the human soul? In this article time and space are examined; spiritual growth explored; the School of the Soul explicated—and the great questions of human beings answered: Where do we come from? What happens after we die? Why are we here?

  • The Feminist Movement
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    The Feminist Movement

    7 months ago

    The Feminist Movement: Origins of Feminism; The Paradox of Declining Female Happiness; Male Brains Female Brains; Wage Gap: Women's Studies; Dependence of Government is not Independence; Courtship vs. Hooking Up; Casual Sex; Divorce; Marriage; Fertility; Sexually Transmitted Disease; Children suffer

  • The History, Culture, and Music of New Orleans
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    The History, Culture, and Music of New Orleans

    7 months ago

    Cajuns, Mardi Gras, Voodoo, jazz, the French Quarter, Storyville, hurricanes, floods, the Mississippi River, the Big Easy. Explore the unusual history of New Orleans.

  • Davy Crockett
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    Davy Crockett

    7 months ago

    Biography of David Crockett, Christian patriot and soldier, the most famous frontiersman in American history, was and is a folk hero and legend. Davy Crockett the sharpshooter, congressman, Lion of the West, King of the Wild Frontier, tragic hero of the Alamo, subject of the Ballad of Davy Crockett,

  • The Law by Frederic Bastiat: Summary
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    The Law by Frederic Bastiat: Summary

    7 months ago

    'The Law' by Frederic Bastiat, summarized here, may be the best book ever written about The Law. In this article I only provide the highlights. This is The Law by Bastiat: the Short Version. “Law is the collective organization of the individual right to lawful defense” ~ Bastiat. Justice by...

  • 'White Guilt' by Shelby Steele: Book Review
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    'White Guilt' by Shelby Steele: Book Review

    7 months ago

    White Guilt by Shelby Steele: Black Militancy, Black Consciousness, Black Power, Black Riots, Racial Politics, the Bigotry of Low Expectations, Black Responsibility, Freedom, Diversity, White Guilt, Multiculturalism, Preferential Treatment for Blacks, Black English, Ghetto Culture, Book Review

  • The French Revolution: Cause and Effect
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    The French Revolution: Cause and Effect

    7 months ago

    The French Revolution; Jacobins; Reign of Terror; Guillotine; Vendee Uprising; King Louis XVI; Robespierre; Bigot; Illuminati; Cult of Reason; Atheism; Communism; Feminism; Satanism; the Antichrist.

  • The Everlasting Man by G. K. Chesterton: Summary
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    The Everlasting Man by G. K. Chesterton: Summary

    7 months ago

    The Everlasting Man by G.K. Chesterton here summarized, highlights, the Everlasting Man: short version: Cavemen, Prehistoric Man, Civilization, Evolution, Polytheism, Myths, Pagans, carthage, Comparative Religion, New Age, the Jews, a Cave in Bethlehem, Christ Jesus, Materialism, the Christian Faith

  • Hugo: the Movie
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    Hugo: the Movie

    7 months ago

    Hugo is a spectacular film, the crowning achievement in the career of Martin Scorsese. The movie was nominated for eleven Academy Awards and took home five Oscars. Hugo received universal acclaim but disappointed at the box office, falling short of breaking even on the $150 million investment costs

  • The Long Drive
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    The Long Drive

    7 months ago

    This is a story about one of my adventures: The Long Drive. I drove alone, forty-eight hours in car over two weeks time, covering three thousand miles: Columbia, S.C., Greenville, S.C, Thomasville, N.C., Kingsport, TN, Nashville, TN, West Tennessee, Missouri Bootheel, Hot Springs, AR, Hackleburg, AL

  • New Testament Canon
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    New Testament Canon

    7 months ago

    How was the Holy Bible and New Testament put together? Did Constantine decide the books of the Bible? Are there really any removed, lost, forbidden, missing, banned, or omitted books of the Bible? What does the word 'canon' mean? Read about Gnostics, Marcion, Irenaeus, Turtellian, Origen & Eusebius.

  • West Highland White Terriers: Westies
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    West Highland White Terriers: Westies

    7 months ago

    West Highland White Terriers—Westies—are a dog breed originally bred in the West Highlands of Scotland. They are related to the Scottish Terrier. While Scottish Terriers can be black, red, cream, or white, the Westies are always white. ...

  • Balloons, Blimps, and Helicopters
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    Balloons, Blimps, and Helicopters

    7 months ago

    Balloons, Blimps and Helicopters includes: Invention of the Hot Air Balloon by the Montgolfier Brothers, Military Airships, Dirigibles, Zeppelins, Airships Weaponized for Military Use, the Graf Zeppelin, the Hindenburg, Birth of the Goodyear Blimp, the History of Helicopters, Invention of Airships

  • Surrealism Art
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    Surrealism Art

    7 months ago

    Surrealism Art is unreal, bizarre, and fantastical. Surrealism features imagery that conveys a dream-like quality and transcends everyday reality. Featured here are the art and brief bios of artists Gediminas Pranckevicius, Jacek Yerka, George Grie, Francis Picabia, Rene Magritte, Salvador Dali.

  • First World, Second World, Third World
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    First World, Second World, Third World

    7 months ago

    First World: freedom, democracy, capitalism, Christianity. Second World: socialism, atheism, genocide, suffering, slavery. Third World: primitive, poor, hunger, disease, filth, misery, malnutrition.

  • Playing Cards History and Playing Card Games
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    Playing Cards History and Playing Card Games

    7 months ago

    Explore the fascinating history of playing cards, and the origin of playing card games, including Poker, Blackjack, Rummy, Bridge, and Hearts; as well as playing cards brands and playing cards slang.

  • The Power Of Television
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    The Power Of Television

    4 months ago

    The Power of Television: The Mad Men of Madison Avenue, Golden Age of Television, Betty Furness the Lady from Westinghouse sells appliances to housewives, The Influence of Television Advertising in America in the 1950s, the Rise of Madison Avenue, Marlboro Man, Jolly Green Giant, Pillsbury Doughboy.

  • Margaret Thatcher: the Iron Lady
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    Margaret Thatcher: the Iron Lady

    8 months ago

    A brief biography of Margaret Thatcher, the 5th most admired woman in the world of the 2oth Century, only female Prime Minister in British history, elected 3 times, she saved Britain from extinction.

  • The Life of Dr Martin Luther King Jr
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    The Life of Dr Martin Luther King Jr

    9 months ago

    Martin Luther King Jr. was a twenty-six year old Baptist minister when he got involved with the civil rights movement in Montgomery, Alabama. He had been in town a little over a year with his fledgling family. As he spoke up in meetings it was...

  • The Political Thought of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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    The Political Thought of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    7 months ago

    The political thought of Martin Luther King centered on his Christian Faith, nonviolent protest, sacredness of the human personality, a colorblind society, the social gospel, affirmative action, and a guaranteed income. The rise of more radical black power militants forced Dr. King to move left.

  • Europe: The 19th Century
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    Europe: The 19th Century

    7 months ago

    Europe: The 19th Century includes the Christian Faith, the Reality of God, Miracles of Jesus, Kingdom of God, Schleiermacher, Kierkegaard, Kuyper, Heresy, Dogma, Deconstructing Jesus, Harnack, Pantheism, Image of God, Progress, Social Darwinism, Eugenics, Marx, Darwin, Nietzsche, Freud, August Comte

  • Catholicism in the 19th Century
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    Catholicism in the 19th Century

    7 months ago

    In the 19th Century, we see develop a new, direct relationship between individual Catholics and the Papacy. The Roman Catholic Church now sought freedom from the power of the State. It realized that state privileges came with strings attached that...

  • Europe in the 18th Century
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    Europe in the 18th Century

    7 months ago

    18th century Europe: Enlightenment; Britain maritime power; Peter the Great; Catherine the Great; Habsburgs; Great Turkish War; invention of the novel; Adam Smith, Locke, Vico, Kant; Industrial Revolution; Bach, Mozart, Beethoven; Lloyds of London; the Masons; and invention of Left vs Right politics

  • Vaclav Havel
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    Vaclav Havel

    7 months ago

    Vaclav Havel, the brilliant thinker, writer, playwright, and Roman Catholic Intellectual, was born in Prague, Czechoslovakia, and died December 18, 2011. Biography of Vaclav Havel includes his life, work, writings, legacy, and features his magnificent essay 'Politics, Morality and Civility.'

  • Tebow
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    Tebow

    7 months ago

    Tim Tebow Biography, born Philippines to Baptist Missionaries, a miracle baby, grew up Jacksonville, best Florida high school football player twice, led Florida Gators to College Football Championship, Heisman Trophy Winner, Tim Tebow Bill, Tebow Rule, Tebowing, Most Hated Man in Sports, Christian

  • Political Science: Ideology Quiz
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    Political Science: Ideology Quiz

    7 months ago

    Political Science: Ideology Quiz lists 26 planks in the platform of an American Political Party in 1958 and asks you to select whose platform it was. It is a multiple choice question with four possible answers given: Libertarian Party, Republican Party, Democratic Party, Communist Party. Have fun!

  • Funny True Stories
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    Funny True Stories

    7 months ago

    These three Funny True Stories are not jokes but real life experiences I have had. The first one, 'The Identical Twin Brothers,' has Willie Nelson in it. The second story, 'What We Know that You Don't Know,' is about my brother, dad, and me. 'The Story of the Y-Pipe' happened to me at work. Enjoy!

  • The Abolition of Slavery in America
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    The Abolition of Slavery in America

    7 months ago

    The Abolition of Slavery in America includes Christians Against Slavery, American Anti-Slavery Society; Frederick Douglass; William Lloyd Garrison; American Colonization Society; Liberia; Theodore Dwight Weld; Samuel John Mills; Gerrit Smith; David Walker; John Brown; Samuel A. Smith; back to Africa

  • Evangelical Social Reformers
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    Evangelical Social Reformers

    7 months ago

    Evangelical Social Reformers ended slavery in America. And they combined Social Work with Evangelism, providing food, clothes, shelter, literacy, education, medical care, day nurseries, kindergartens, soup kitchens, employment bureaus, dispensaries, and athletics combined with sharing the Gospel.

  • Cool Classic Muscle Cars
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    Cool Classic Muscle Cars

    7 months ago

    Classic Muscle Cars are high performance street machines built in the United States for formal and informal drag racing from 1965 to 1970.They are highly prized by collectors today. Featured here are the Yenko Camaro, Chevelle SS 454, Dodge Super Bee, Hemi Cuda, Shelby GT350, and Mustang Boss 429.

  • 18th Century France
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    18th Century France

    7 months ago

    In the 18th century, France was by far the greatest power in Europe. French was the language of all educated Europeans. The longest reign in European history was that of Louis XIV, King of France (1643-1715). He created what is called the Ancien Regime, which ended in the French Revolution disaster.

  • The Presidency of Jimmy Carter
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    The Presidency of Jimmy Carter

    8 months ago

    1970s America was a time of skyrocketing crime rates, a mood of malaise, stagflation, 12% inflation, 20% interest rates, the Iranian hostage crisis, the Helsinki Accords, and President Jimmy Carter.

  • The Second Great Awakening
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    The Second Great Awakening

    2 months ago

    The Second Great Awakening sparked the end of slavery in America; Charles Spurgeon, Gypsy Smith, Charles Grandison Finney, Burned Over District, Cane Ridge Camp Meeting, Great Ulster Revival, Seventh Day Adventists, Jamaica Revival, Timothy Dwight, Great Ulster Revival, William Miller, Millerites,

  • Christian Missionaries
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    Christian Missionaries

    7 months ago

    The incredible stories of Christian missionaries, including 'Father of Modern Missions' William Carey, 'Father of American Missions' Samuel John Mills, First Black Missionary to Africa Lott Carey, Adoniram Judson, Allen Gardiner, Titus Coan, Hudson Taylor, John Clough, and Lottie Moon in China.

  • A History of the Jaguar Car
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    A History of the Jaguar Car

    9 months ago

    The Jaguar car is world famous for its stylish designs, thrilling performance, luxurious and comfortable interiors, outstanding handling and ride, quality engineering and state-of-the-art technology.

  • Tosh Point O
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    Tosh Point O

    8 months ago

    Tosh.0—pronounced tosh point oh—is the most watched weekly series on the Comedy Central television channel. Tosh.0 averages 2.2 million viewers per episode, about ten percent more than The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Tosh.0 surely has...

  • Multiculturalism in America
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    Multiculturalism in America

    7 months ago

    Multiculturalism in America: Cultural Marxism, Traditional American Culture, the Woodstock Generation, What is Multiculturalism, Moral Relativism, Are All Cultures Equal, Identity Politics, Ghetto Culture, the Dangers of Multiculturalism, Why Multiculturalism is Taught in Public Schools, Propaganda.

  • History of the Mormon Religion
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    History of the Mormon Religion

    7 months ago

    A History of the Mormon Religion, Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints, includes founder Joseph Smith, angel Moroni, Lost Tribes of Israel, Golden Tablets, Nauvoo, Brigham Young, and on to Utah

  • D L Moody
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    D L Moody

    7 months ago

    The most famous man on earth in 1899 was Dwight L Moody. D. L. Moody was an evangelical preacher focused on charity and evangelism who founded the Moody Church and Moody Bible Institute in Chicago.

  • Alfred Kinsey
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    Alfred Kinsey

    7 months ago

    The Sexual Revolution: hailed by Liberal Atheists as the greatest advance for mankind since the wheel—or at least since penicillin. Alfred Kinsey is the man to whom we owe much for these changing mores. According to this view, Kinsey freed us from ignorance about sexuality. The man and his...

  • Planned Parenthood Abortion Clinics
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    Planned Parenthood Abortion Clinics

    6 months ago

    Planned Parenthood, the largest operator of abortion clinics in the United States, operates clinics that provide what it calls "reproductive services," which means, oddly enough, they stop reproduction. Parenthood is the last thing they are planning. They call it 'health care' but it is death dealt.

  • Fidel Castro: Cuban Revolution
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    Fidel Castro: Cuban Revolution

    7 months ago

    Cheered on by the American Left, especially the New York Times, Fidel Castro led the Cuban Revolution, along with his friend Che Guevara, leading to the Bay of Pigs and Cuban Missile Crisis.

  • William Wilberforce
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    William Wilberforce

    7 months ago

    William Wilberforce and the Clapham Circle of Evangelical Christians abolished the slave trade and then slavery itself in the British Empire and sparked a reformation of morals and manners which ushered in the Victorian Age of England. Wilberforce, the greatest social reformer in world history.

  • Biography of Andrew Jackson
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    Biography of Andrew Jackson

    7 months ago

    Andrew Jackson was the first Scots-Irish elected President of the United States, as well as the first westerner, the first not born into a prominent colonial family, the first born in a log cabin, the first born into poverty, the first nominated by...

  • 18th Century England
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    18th Century England

    7 months ago

    The story of 18th century England includes Queen Anne; the 1st King George; the 1st Prime Minister, Walpole; Bonnie Prince Charlie; Dr. Samuel Johnson; John Wesley; Captain Cook; Mad King George III; the Rights of Man; the Rights of Women; American Revolution; Thomas Clarkson; Mutiny on the Bounty

  • Public Employee Labor Unions
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    Public Employee Labor Unions

    7 months ago

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