I have long been somewhat interested in birds. Who isn’t?! However, I think it is fair to say that in 2018 I finally evolved into a fully-fledged birder. Here is a small collection of what I spotted throughout the year. All of these images are my own and were captured on my phone (albeit attached to a spotting scope). Double tap for a close-up and please feel free to leave any comments.
by Al Benson Jr.
Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America
Well, the cultural Marxists who are hell-bent on destroying Southern culture seem to be trying to play mind games with us poor Southern deplorables. They waited this year until the middle of August to start the cultural offensive that they started in April last year. All the better to keep us off balance and make us think they were going to let us alone this year. We have to start learning to disabuse ourselves of such foolishness. Those people will never, and I mean never, leave us alone until they have thoroughly torn down our culture and heritage and we better start getting that through our heads! Those people are playing for keeps. Most of those on our side are just playing.
It’s really great to go to a march or a rally or write a letter or…
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The astronauts assigned to crew the first flight tests and missions of the Boeing CST-100 Starliner and SpaceX Crew Dragon acknowledge the media upon introduction at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, U.S., August 3, 2018. The astronauts are (L to R): Victor Glover, Robert Behnken, Michael Hopkins, Douglas Hurley, Eric Boe, Sunita Williams, Christopher Ferguson, Josh Cassada, and Nicole Mann. REUTERS/Richard Carson
By Joey Roulette
(Reuters) – NASA on Friday named nine astronauts for the first manned space launches from U.S. soil since the space shuttle program ended in 2011.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s announcement signals a milestone in the U.S. space program, with its shift to the private sector for ferrying cargo and astronauts to the International Space Station.
Since the space shuttle program was shut down, the U.S. space agency NASA has had to rely on Russia to fly astronauts to space station, a…
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Two beautiful life stories . Thank you for sharing XO
On November 6, 2017 Baltimore Fox reported the death of Dr. Ben Carson’s mother, Sonya Carson.
Everyone knows the name of Dr. Ben Carson, the United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development under the Trump Administration, but they don’t know the woman behind the amazing man!
We have often heard many stories from Ben Carson about his mother, as he incorporates them in many of his public speeches often. The day before Ben Carson was to announce his bid for the Presidency Ben Carson found out that his mother Sonya Carson who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2011 was dying. Because of this news, his Rally was postponed.
Sonya Copeland Carson was raised in Tennessee and was 1 of 24 siblings. According to an article written by History’s Women Sonya Carson was a very religious woman and allowed her faith to be her strength. Her motto in life was…
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This blog contains information on a topic that is sexual in nature. Some may find the topic offensive in nature……
Many adults do not pay attention to what their children are reading today, especially if they are between the Tween age to 18. You may want to start today though! Teen Vogue has released an article in their July issue written by Gigi Engle on July 7, 2017 that has caused quite a bit of controversy amongst parents.
Who is Gigi Engle?!
Gigi Engle is a Writer, “Sexpert”, and Feminist according to her website. She is the former senior sex and lifestyle writer for Elite Daily, and her work has also appeared in other magazines such as Allure, Elle Magazine, Glamour, Cosmo, Marie Claire, Men’s Journal, Ravishly, and Bustle; all while maintaining a weekly advice column with Hinge titled “Ask Gigi”. She also has other various…
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Members of the Ku Klux Klan face counter-protesters as they rally in support of Confederate monuments in Charlottesville, Virginia, U.S. July 8, 2017. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
(Reuters) – A few dozen Ku Klux Klan members and supporters shouted “white power” at a rally on Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia where they protested against a city council decision to remove a statute honoring Confederate General Robert E. Lee.
The group was guarded by scores of police and outnumbered by hundreds of counter-protesters who waved signs denouncing racism. The anti-KKK protesters raised their voices in chants and shouts, drowning out speeches from the white supremacists, live video feeds on social media showed.
There were no initial reports of violence at the rally that lasted less than an hour. The Klan group that brandished Confederate flags and signs with anti-Semitic messages was separated from crowds by a ring of fencing and a heavy police presence.
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