In 1542, the Spanish explorer Juan Rodriguez de Cabrillo sailed along the coast of California. While he really didn’t discover anything, he did encounter the Chumash Indians who occupied the three ...
Long time, no diary for me, but this is something that impacts me on a number of levels. First, embarrassment and anger toward the state of my birth. Indiana is one of a number of states looking to ...
The following is my edited version of Survivors of Prostitution-Abuse Calling for Enlightenment , SPACE International's explanation of the Nordic Model:
The Nordic Model ... is a gender-neutral law ...
In February 1920, a distraught young woman attempted to commit suicide by jumping from a bridge into one of Berlin's canals. She was rescued by onlookers and was taken to a mental asylum, where she ...
In the first years of the 20th century, two wealthy Boston society women led a boycott that helped save dozens of American water bird species from extinction.
Last November, Roswell police were alerted about an apparently abandoned backpack on an Atlanta-area walking trail. Among the contents of the backpack ...
And if you say 'Jesus Saves' five times fast you're allowed to fly one of these.
I would like to know where this trope came from, the one that says America's famous theoretical protections of ...
James Marshall "Jimi" Hendrix (born Johnny Allen Hendrix; November 27, 1942 – September 18, 1970) was an American guitarist, singer, and songwriter. Although his mainstream career spanned only ...
The stereotype of the American Indian adopted by the entertainment industry and by some educational textbooks is based on the horse-mounted, buffalo hunting Plains Indians of the nineteenth century.
It has often been rumored, both in Ireland and in faraway countries, that some of the Irish are prone to consume too much alcohol. Indeed, some say that God invented whiskey so that the Irish couldn��