Category Archives: Open Threads

Obama Commits Microaggression against Mexican-Americans and Native Americans

Following on the heels of an infamous microaggression committed recently by Hillary Clinton against blacks, Barack Obama committed what could be described as a microaggression against Mexicans and Mexican-Americans, when he spontaneously broke into a song that celebrates the “frontiersman” Davy Crockett. (Trigger warning: Listen above to Obama praise white oppressor Davy Crockett in song.)

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Independence Day, 2015

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Regarding Independence Day, Founding Father John Adams wrote to his wife, Abigail, on July 4, 1776:

It ought to be solemnized with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires and illuminations, from one end of the country to the other, from this time forward forever more.

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Hillary Clinton Commits Microaggression at a Black Church!

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Presidential wannabe Hillary Clinton, while campaigning at a black church, committed an extremely serious microaggression against the black community.

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Did Piers Morgan Just Suggest Jailing Obama?

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What’s that you say, Piers?

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200 Years Ago Today, Napoleon Met His Braine-l’Alleud

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For 200 years, the world has been saying that Napoleon met his Waterloo, when he was handed a resounding defeat by the British and their allies on June 18, 1815.

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Magna Carta Is 800 Years Old Today

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Magna Carta established for the first time the principle that everybody, including the king, was subject to the law.

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Flag Day 2015: Please Fly Our Flag Tomorrow

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In 1885, Bernard J. Cigrand, a 19-year old Waubeka, Wisconsin teacher, proposed the idea of Flag Day “to inspire not only his students but also all Americans in the real meaning and majesty of our flag.” Cigrand wrote hundreds of articles advocating to celebrate the day on June 14, the day the U.S originally adopted its national flag. Continue reading