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Columbus, the Gilligan of Explorers

October 9, 2017
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Today is Columbus Day, when we celebrate the first European explorers to discover the Americas, which they weren’t, when Christopher Columbus landed on our continent, which he didn’t. Still, Columbus thought October 12, 1492, was…

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The Real First Thanksgivng … Or Not

November 27, 2014
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The Real First Thanksgivng … Or Not

SLIGHTLY OFF THE MARK   Thanksgiving in America continues to be one of the most traditional holidays. It still features the original four hundred year old activities of overeating, football, and complaining about Black Friday.…

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Owner of Danville Darkies Still Refuses To Change Team Name

October 14, 2013
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Owner of Danville Darkies Still Refuses To Change Team Name

DANVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA – Owner Fran Widener of the South Carolina Minor League baseball Danville Darkies is refusing to change the team’s name even as pressure mounts to switch to a name that is more,…

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Time to Retire ‘Redskins’

February 6, 2013
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Washington football sort of matters again! Isn't it time we gave sportscasters a break from using the R-word?

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Them Crazy Genes

June 18, 2011
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I had my genealogy done and yes it stated that my ancestry began in Africa, through Europe, to the Americas. I also have all 5 markers for Naive American.  I guess that mean if you…

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