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November 11, 1918

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On November 11, 2018

Henry Gunther was born into a German-American family in east Baltimore, Maryland, on June 6, 1895. His parents, George Gunther (1869-1919) and Lina Roth (1867-1930s), were both children of German i

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This is the grave of the vile traitor Albert Sidney Johnston. Born in 1803 in Washington, Kentucky, he was educated first at Transylvania University in Lexington and then at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point. He was at both places the same time as future traitor-in-chief Jefferson Davis and they got to know each […]
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A Noble Tribute to Human Courage

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On November 10, 2018
You didn’t expect him to risk getting wet, did you? President Trump flew 3,800 miles to this French capital city for ceremonies to honor the military sacrifice in World War I, hoping to take part in the kind of powerful ode to the bravery of the armed forces that he was unable to hold in […]
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Going Out With A Racism

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On November 9, 2018
Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III is going out like he came in — as a neoconfederate authoritarian: Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions has drastically limited the ability of federal law enforcement officials to use court-enforced agreements to overhaul local police departments accused of abuses and civil rights violations, the Justice Department announced on Thursday. In a […]
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