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Lewis Redmond was an outlaw, a bootlegger and distiller of illegal whiskey and a killer from the Appalachian mountains of North Carolina.
Published by Daryl Putnam 109 months ago in History | +3 votes | 7 comments
Herein are some arguments from opponents of the FairTax.
Published by Dustin LaBarge 109 months ago in Volunteering & Causes | +3 votes | 0 comments
Augustus Caesar is one of the most popular leaders in History. He brought the Roman Empire to its “Golden Age” and left a great impact to civilization. Roman civilization is still evident anywhere else in the world.
Published by Nobert Bermosa 110 months ago in Biographies & Figures | +7 votes | 4 comments
The modern wind band traces its ancestry back to medieval times. At night, watchmen on towers signaled with horns, trumpets, and shawms. Little by little, they became entertainers, too.
Published by David Guion 110 months ago in History | +5 votes | 4 comments
Cachtice Castle is situated in the illustrious Carpathian Mountains in Slovakia. Originally it was constructed as a guard post on the thoroughfare to Moravia. Cachtice Castle gained prominence when it became the home of Elizabeth Bathory, otherwise known as the “Blood Countess” or the “Bloody Lady of Cachtice”.
Published by Lauren Axelrod 110 months ago in European History | +15 votes | 14 comments
Rene Descartes is most famous for his line "I think, therefore I am". Descartes was, however, also able to dissect that thought by using an exhaustive list of subjects including mathematics, physics, astronomy, anatomy, physiology, psychology, metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, and theology.
Published by Lauren Axelrod 112 months ago in Philosophy | +25 votes | 16 comments
In both cases of Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany, the world war had created high unemployment and dissatisfied veterans. Fascism grew in Italy just as swiftly as Nazism in Germany out of extreme rightist preoccupations with nationalism and, in the case of Germany, racism.
Published by Lauren Axelrod 113 months ago in Politics & Government | +22 votes | 10 comments
Should the Burka be banned in North America? Find out what other countries are saying.
Published by Megan Sheldon 115 months ago in Religion & Spirituality | +4 votes | 17 comments
In a recent Religion class, I was asked to take a quiz on the site The idea was to compare and contrast one of the top five and one of the bottom five religions assigned to me by the quiz. To be quite honest, I was a bit surprised at the results. I wasn't expecting my religious beliefs to be packaged up in one perfect little box, however this site claims to do it with only 20 questions.
Published by Lauren Axelrod 115 months ago in Religion & Spirituality | +12 votes | 1 comments
The FairTax is an intiative hotly debated by politicians all across the political spectrum. The following cuts through the rhetoric straight to the facts of the bill's claims.
Published by Dustin LaBarge 109 months ago in Volunteering & Causes | +3 votes | 1 comments
The absolute powers of Prussia, Austria, and Russia were limitless as enlightened officials sought the necessity to alleviate the confusion of the government using a new code or some kind of order. Law was said to rule, however personal conviction and freedom of the press could be suspended at any time
Published by Lauren Axelrod 115 months ago in History | +7 votes | 6 comments
The Treaty of Versailles was signed in the Great Hall of Mirrors in 1919. Versaille Palace had 1400 fountains in its grounds.
Published by Louie Jerome 118 months ago in History | +1 votes | 1 comments
Different reasons and facts that present as the best evidence for the existence of UFO's and aliens.
Published by Amanda Bradbury 119 months ago in Religion & Spirituality | +9 votes | 9 comments
Published by Katy McCrittins 128 months ago in History | +5 votes | 1 comments
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