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Since the upshot in the comments of today’s John L. O’Sullivan grave post is that many liberals believe that a) the U.S. was justified stealing half of Mexico to expand slavery because Mexicans amirite? and b) that genocide against Native Americans really wasn’t that big of a deal because other peoples in human history have […]
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On January 22, 1932, the El Salvadoran military began what became known as La Matanza, or the Salvadoran Peasant Massacre, after Pipils in western El Salvador rose up against their oppression. Over the next five months, the military would murder upwards of 40,000 people in the western part of the nation, as well as some […]

The 49ers

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On February 2, 2020

Is the Kansas City Chiefs an offensive name? Yes, albeit not quite as horrifying as the Washington Redskins. But is the San Francisco 49ers really much better? No, since the Gold Rush and the followin

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This is the grave of Henry Dawes. Born in 1816 in Cummington, Massachusetts, Dawes went to Yale, where he graduated in 1839. He worked as a teacher and a newspaper editor. In 1842, he was admitted to the bar and practiced in North Adams, Massachusetts, where he also continued to edit a newspaper. He was […]
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This is the grave of Pushmataha. Probably born in 1764 in modern-day Mississippi, Pushmataha became a warrior at an early age among the Choctaw and fought in their many wars against their Creek enemies. This was a time of extremely rapid change for the southern tribes, as the deer trade with Europeans that had become […]

Genocide Day

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On October 9, 2017

Another October so it’s another Genocide Day, by which I mean of course the celebration of the genocidal murderer Christopher Columbus running into America like a drunk who stumbles toward his h

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