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This is a reburial site for the some of the unknown workers killed building the tunnel at Hawk’s Nest in West Virginia. I’ve written about Hawk’s Nest in the Labor History series, so I won’t repeat every detail. The short version is that when building a diversion tunnel for a dam in 1930, white supervisors […]
After insisting he had nothing in common with 1930s Nazis, Carlson is now agitating about the gypsy menace. https://t.co/7oS5vV6COQ — Kevin M. Kruse (@KevinMKruse) July 18, 2017 I wonder what Sheldon Adelson will say when Carlson starts talking about the Jewish menace sometime around September? Share
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To the Fainting Couch

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On June 16, 2017
A police officer gets away with murdering a black person even though the murder is recorded? I just can’t believe it! Minnesota police officer, whose fatal shooting of a black motorist transfixed the nation when his girlfriend livestreamed the aftermath, was acquitted of all charges on Friday. The officer, Jeronimo Yanez, had been charged with […]
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This is the grave of Louis Agassiz. Jean Louis Rodolphe Agassiz was born in 1807 in Switzerland. He became a scientist, attending some of the finest universities in Europe. He moved to Paris and became an acolyte of Alexander Von Humboldt, giving him access to the finest training and connections in the scientific world. He […]
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