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This is the grave of Alexander Ramsey. Born in 1815 in Hummelstown, Pennsylvania, Ramsey didn’t grow up under the greatest of circumstances. HIs father killed himself when Ramsey was a boy after he was held liable to pay a note he had signed for a friend who then defaulted on it. Unable to pay, he […]

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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Phil Deloria, the acclaimed historian who is the son of the famous Vine Deloria, reminds us in this book review that there are far greater problems with Thanksgiving than just the culinary crimes of tasteless turkey breast and yams with marshmallows on top. It’s that the holiday is a national celebration of genocide. A couple […]
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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 home, finds himself in someone else’s home, and then rapes, kidnaps and murders all the people who live there. Upon landing in Hispanola, Columbus […]

American Genocide

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On August 19, 2016

The esteemed historian Richard White reviews Benjamin Hadley’s new book on the organized American genocide against California Indians and reiterates the utter brutality behind American expansion

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