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Breitbart
Kassam: They’re Coming for Mount Rushmore, But They SHOULD Be Tearing Down the DemoKKKrat Partythey learn the history of Mount Rushmore. Not even 1,000 Confederate statues wo
Breitbart / Posted 4 days ago
they learn the history of Mount Rushmore. Not even 1,000 Confederate statues would draw the same outrage. The 60-foot high sculpture in South Dakota — depicting Presidents Washington, Jefferson, T. Roosevelt, and Lincoln — was sculpted by a Ku... Read more
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The Washington Times
TRAVEL: Rapid City, South Dakota, gateway to the West, Mount Rushmoreestate in the entire United State. What once was a backwater trading post and
The Washington Times / Posted 6 days ago
estate in the entire United State. What once was a backwater trading post and a onetime industrial hub is now a city of high culture, Western cuisine and adventure, as well as nearby monuments of stone commemorating some of America’s most... Read more
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New York Post
America’s most important historical dates will surprise youimpossible — that’s why author Carl M. Cannon ingeniously takes it one day at a
New York Post / Posted 7 days ago
impossible — that’s why author Carl M. Cannon ingeniously takes it one day at a time. His “On This Date” (Twelve Books) highlights some of our country’s most important but less celebrated moments, from the arrival of the Mayflower through the... Read more
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Raw Story
These 21 facts explain exactly who Stephen Miller is — and why the Trump mouthpiece does what he doesto command a crowd. According to those who know Miller’s history, that’s not so
Raw Story / Posted 18 days ago
to command a crowd. According to those who know Miller’s history, that’s not so far off the mark. Dating back to junior high school, Miller has been the unwavering right-winger now before us. Though the internet, and some of his family members,... Read more
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Bay Weekly
Harundale MallMillersville resident Joe Campbell and his high school buddies have fond memori
Bay Weekly / Posted 24 days ago
Millersville resident Joe Campbell and his high school buddies have fond memories of the former in Glen Burnie, touted as the first enclosed mall on the East Coast. “It was the go-to place on the weekends,” says Campbell, now 66 and... Read more

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