1-21-00 FANGORIA’s WEEKEND OF HORRORS / CREATION SUCKS! We survived another Fango show, especially the trip. Let’s just say it’s a long drive from the Chicago are to the Big Apple. The shows line-up pretty much sucked, except for Udo Kier. Unfortunately, since I was watching my table most the time, I didn’t get the […]
The world’s longest-running factory in is Derbyshire. (Knitwear manufacturer John Smedley was founded at Lea Bridge in 1784.)
Alright, one final piece on American politics, and then I am going to liberate myself and go back to writing silliness that will hopefully make a few people smile and improve someone’s otherwise dreary day just a bit.
Mrs. Phyllis Jean Crawford Cook, age 87, of Olive Hill, Kentucky, passed away Sunday afternoon, July 14, 2019, at Trinity Station in Flatwoods, Kentucky. She was born April 3, 1932, in Carter County, Kentucky, a daughter of the late Walter and Sarah Catherine James Crawford. Phyllis was a special education teacher at Olive Hill Elementary. […]
What did we know, and when did we know it? … And when did we forget it? The Secret Wars of the CIA: Former CIA case officer John Stockwell speaks out, June 1986, on The Other Americas Radio John Stockwell was the highest-ranking CIA official ever to resign and become a vocal critic of American […]
There are several foundational principles in the Christian/Jewish Bible which I would call “magic”. I think “miracle” is merely sanctified magic, so rather than debate the sanctity of this work, I will merely debate its truthfulness and accuracy. First we need to differentiate between prediction and precognition. I can predict that there will be a […]
It was on July 12th, 1862 that “A Resolution to provide for the Presentation of “Medals of Honor” to the Enlisted Men of the Army and Volunteer Forces who have distinguished, or may distinguish, themselves in Battle during the present Rebellion” was signed into law by President Abraham Lincoln.
It’s 60 years since one of Derbyshire’s legendary Smedley family left behind a horticultural idyll that’s become a firm favourite on the county tourist trail. Knitwear tycoon John Bertram Marsden-Smedley died aged 92 in 1959 having collected 350 varieties of rhododendrons and azaleas at Lea Gardens. He also left an excellent start and finish point […]
By Matthew Ehret Source: Oriental Review With the nearly weekly revelations that the British Foreign Office, MI6, and GCHQ have been behind the long standing agenda to undermine the Presidency of Donald Trump and undo the peaceful alliance between nationalist leaders in America, Russia, China and elsewhere, a new focus on the British hand in undermining […]
With the nearly weekly revelations that the British Foreign Office, MI6, and GCHQ have been behind the long standing agenda to undermine the Presidency of Donald Trump and undo the peaceful alliance between nationalist leaders in America, Russia, China and elsewhere, a new focus on the British hand in undermining the United States has become a […]
Over the last couple of years, teachers have been growing a movement here in Nashville, our own Red for Ed movement. It’s been slow to build, but then again, these things take time if they are really going to make a difference. We have a robust Facebook group, and we regularly move into action, from […]
Name Volume Rainey, Hattie Bell 5 Rainwater, R. J. 32 Ralph, Rosa 17 Ralph, Rosa West 3 Ramey, Jeretha 11 Ramsey, Darlene Marie 35 Randell, Estelle 21 Randle, Alberta ( Sister ) 44 Randle, Eugene 19 Randle, Loriane 36 Randle, Loriane 43 Randolph, Sandra Denise 20 Rankins, Selma 47 Rasco, Joseph Jr. 27 Rawlings, Clarence […]
Source – orientalreview.org – ‘…The republic increasingly became the “Dumb Giant” acting as “American Brawn for the British brains” using Churchill’s words. While a nihilistic generation of youth were tuning in on LSD, and an old guard of patriots surrounding Wallace and Kennedy had fallen to the “red scare” witch hunt, geopolitical theory was fed […]