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Melting Down Art and History (borrowed article)

Melting Down Art and History (borrowed article)

This is such an important article I wanted to share it. Please take a look at Intellectual Takeout which is the name of the publication it came from. By Jeff Minick 3 ¼ min After the Civil War, former North Carolina governor Zeb Vance became a U.S. senator. His Northern colleagues enjoyed his affable nature and sense of humor, and some of them invited him to Massachusetts during a break in government business. While there, Vance attended a party, and…

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Keeping an Eye on Grandpa, the Terrorist

Keeping an Eye on Grandpa, the Terrorist

Below is a wonderful but alarming article about the fact that those who question the government or the medical mandates are being seen as terrorists. This article was originally published on Intellectual Takeout. Please read it and think about whether this is the way we want our country to think of people like me. By Jeff Minick I’ve just learned I may be a terrorist.            On Aug. 13, the Secretary of Homeland Security issued a…

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How Good We Are

How Good We Are

This article was so eloquent I asked permission to post it on my site. People with a passion for History are our best hope for the future. By Ron Maxwell Wednesday, March 03, 2021 Editor’s Note: Upset by the recent vote of the Board of Directors of Lord Fairfax Community College concerning changing the name of the college, Flint Hill resident Ron Maxwell read the following into the record at Monday’s Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors meeting: Today we’re not…

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Stressed? Work on Your Core Muscles!

Stressed? Work on Your Core Muscles!

How many times have you heard people tell you that it is the core that is most important for your overall fitness? When exercising, this is often stressed. Without a strong core, the rest of your body won’t work as well or efficiently. Well, there is a lot more reason to strengthen your core. It is not just your fitness level, or even the way your clothes fit. It has an impact on your health in other ways. Read this…

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A Post Borrowed

A Post Borrowed

Women Can’t Have It All This post Women Can?t Have It All was originally published on Intellectual Takeout by Annie Holmquist. Oct. 11 marks the International Day of the Girl. An initiative by the United Nations, the Day of the Girl aims to help galvanize worldwide enthusiasm for goals to better girls lives, providing an opportunity for them to show leadership and reach their full potential. Day of the Girl celebrations in the U.S. seek to dismantle the patriarchy and…

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