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Rushmore Disappears

In the fictional movie from 2004, Team America, activist Michael Moore wants to tear down the statues, including Mount Rushmore. President Trump is scheduled to be present today for a Fourth of July celebration at the historic site. There is … Continue reading

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Knights Templar at Mount Rushmore

Little known is that the sculptor behind Mount Rushmore proposed a secret room behind Abraham Lincoln’s hairline. President Trump is scheduled to be at Mount Rushmore this Saturday, July 4th. The secret room there is portrayed in the movie from … Continue reading

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Lost Temple of Solomon

The Sarasota County Times reported on January 5, 1922, “Nobody can say what the future of Palestine is to be.” (This was in 1922, mind you.) “Never governed in the interests of its own people, it has shown for centuries … Continue reading

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Much Speechifying

Much speechifying in the House of Representatives was reported for June 27, 1890. A national election bill was the hot topic. Rep. Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts said “gigantic frauds” in New York City prior to 1870-1871 had now brought … Continue reading

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A Burp of Earp (Part 3)

About Wyatt Earp it has been said, “Perhaps no figure in American history has endured such an odd ride through fame. He has been portrayed as a magnificent hero and a lowly villain, a glory-seeking braggart and humble introvert avoiding … Continue reading

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A Burp of Earp (Part 2)

The coroner-virus lockdowns are “The Biggest Psychological Experiment” says an article in Scientific American magazine. (What if there is some weird psyop going on?, wondered Ersjdamoo in the April 16, 2020 blog entry.) The lockdown “is arguably the largest psychological … Continue reading

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A Burp of Earp

An article in the July 2020 issue of Scientific American magazine calls the coroner-virus lockdowns “The Biggest Psychological Experiment.” All sorts of “stressors” are being added to our lives. Scientists are salivating at the prospect of studying increases of mental … Continue reading

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800 Marriage Offers

Frank Hinderer, a harness maker of Brooklyn, was lonely. Around 1882 his sweetheart had died and he then vowed never to re-marry. Suddenly though, around early June 1907, feeling forlorn, Hinderer took out a newspaper ad: “I will return to … Continue reading

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Tulsa Massacre Revisited

Yesterday’s local newspaper carried an article on the “Juneteenth” history. The historian, a local lawyer, began with a dig at President Trump wanting to hold a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Juneteenth (June 19th, associated with the end of slavery … Continue reading

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Coffee Drinkers Become Slaves

An article in the New York Evening World of June 20, 1907 weighs in on the continuing debate about the health of coffee drinking. “Like Opium Eaters” is the headline. “For twenty years I used coffee at the breakfast table … Continue reading

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