Showing posts with label History. Show all posts
Showing posts with label History. Show all posts

Saturday, December 19, 2020

John Adams



By Nancy Thorner - 

It is becoming more and more obvious to millions of Americans that the November 3rd election was a scam election.  

Consider the House race still being contested a month and a half after election night in New York's 22nd Congressional District.  As reported, Democratic Rep. Anthony Brindisi's campaign has asked for about 60 rejected ballots in New York’s Madison County to be counted as he faces a 12-vote deficit against Republican challenger Claudia Tenney.  On election night Tenney was ahead by 24,000 votes.

Consider also the pathetic rally Biden held in Atlanta, Georgia for Ossoff and Warnock on Tuesday, December 15, 2020 on the parking at Pratt Pullman Yard, basically an empty warehouse.  Where were the people from a guy that got 81 million votes? How can a whole society built on obvious lies like “President Biden got 81 million votes” exist much longer?

Connection of software hack to scam election

As reported on December 15, 2020, a "Solar Winds" software hack was found to have had a connection to the scam election.  Although Dominion's voting systems CEO denied using the SolarWinds Orion package”, a screenshot of a Dominion webpage that The Epoch Times captured shows that Dominion

Monday, November 30, 2020

Great Hunger documentary explores how Irish people turned to survivor cannibalism

Irish people engaged in "survivor cannibalism" to stay alive during the Great Hunger, according to a new documentary.

Shane O'Brien    Nov 30, 2020

A new documentary tells the shocking and tragic story of how some Irish people turned to survivor cannibalism to stay alive during the Great Hunger of the 1800s. 

Entitled "The Hunger: The Story of the Famine", the documentary is narrated by Liam Neeson and has been produced to mark the 175th anniversary of the beginning of the Famine. 

It is the first major documentary by RTÉ exclusively about the Famine and it tells the story of how Irish

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

When men were men

#10: Dick Butkus | The Top 100: NFL’s Greatest Players (2010) | NFL Films

He used to meet his brother at the old Wonder Burger on Kedzie.

Monday, October 12, 2020

Today is Columbus Day

Chicago's Italian American community fights for Columbus Day, return of statues
By Michele Fiore

Chicago’s Italian American community fights for Columbus Day, return of statues

One of the Columbus statues removed this summer sat at Arrigo Park. It was relocated because of violent protests, but not destroyed. Italian Americans say enough is enough and to put the statues back.

CHICAGO - Columbus Day in Chicago will look different this year as the fight for the return of the Columbus statues weighs heavy on the Italian American community.

One of the Columbus statues removed this summer sat at Arrigo Park. It was relocated because of violent

Wednesday, September 9, 2020

I can't wait!

City Council poised to approve Obama Center protections

The protections fall short of what many Obama Center neighbors wanted. “The community did not want to walk away with nothing, because we weren’t moving when it came to the ordinance,” said local Ald. Jeanette Taylor (20th). “They wanted me to sign onto it. So, I did.”
By Fran Spielman Sep 9, 2020, 10:23am CDT

Some people living near Jackson Park, chosen site of the Obama Presidential Center, fear being priced out of the area once it opens. Sun-Times file photo

Four months ago, Woodlawn residents fearful of being displaced by the Obama Presidential Center in Jackson Park staged a day-long sit-in outside the mayor’s office to pressure Mayor Lori Lightfoot to

Tuesday, August 4, 2020

What is this about?

CHICAGO - A Chicago Italian-American group on Monday called for the permanent removal of statues of Christopher Columbus from the city.

Italian American Heritage Society of Chicago president Gabriel Piemonte says Columbus as a

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

The Honorable Justice Clarence Thomas

He withstood the Left's onslaught
Tuesday, February 4, 2020 

A new documentary sheds light on the life and judicial philosophy of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.

This was the setting in 1991: a conservative appointment to the Supreme Court; reflexive opposition from the left; a contentious hearing followed by last minute, conflicted, and dubious allegations of sexual misconduct that almost derailed the nomination. While that describes the more recent confirmation hearings of now-Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh, 27 years earlier Clarence Thomas