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The Commercial Dispatch
Leonard Pitts: Making people uncomfortable is the pointfire hoses in Birmingham? Did the colonists seek to "educate" when they committ
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 11 hours ago
fire hoses in Birmingham? Did the colonists seek to "educate" when they committed the anti-government vandalism called the Boston Tea Party? No, they were raising their voices, poking a stick in the eye of their oppressors. They were making them... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
School district that dropped 'To Kill a Mockingbird' doesn't get the book's pointfire hoses in Birmingham? Did the colonists seek to “educate” when they committ
Detroit Free Press / Posted 12 hours ago
fire hoses in Birmingham? Did the colonists seek to “educate” when they committed the anti-government vandalism called the Boston Tea Party? No, they were raising their voices, poking a stick in the eye of their oppressors. They were making them …... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
When making people uncomfortable is the pointfire hoses in Birmingham? Did the colonists seek to “educate” when they committ
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 12 hours ago
fire hoses in Birmingham? Did the colonists seek to “educate” when they committed the anti-government vandalism called the Boston Tea Party? No, they were raising their voices, poking a stick in the eye of their oppressors. They were making them …... Read more
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The Courier
Time to recognise the treasure we have at EurekaEureka gift shop, and interprets the events of Eureka by linking them to the wo
The Courier / Posted yesterday
Eureka gift shop, and interprets the events of Eureka by linking them to the worldwide movement of the time – remember the Boston Tea Party, the Bastille, Enniscorthy, Gettysburg to name a few, – and develops a strong relationship with the Museum... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
October 17, 2017harm’s way again. The right to protest is ingrained in our country’s history an
The Daily Sentinel / Posted yesterday
harm’s way again. The right to protest is ingrained in our country’s history and is how our revolution began. Remember the Boston Tea Party? The protest is not about our flag and never has been; it represents the social injustice and continuing... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
October 16, 2017harm’s way again. The right to protest is ingrained in our county’s history and
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
harm’s way again. The right to protest is ingrained in our county’s history and is how our revolution began. Remember the Boston Tea Party? The protest is not about our flag and never has been; it represents the social injustice and continuing... Read more
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Paradise Post
Silva: Trump doesn’t understand the First Amendmenttaxes should be based on the content of speech is as anti-American as it gets.
Paradise Post / Posted 5 days ago
taxes should be based on the content of speech is as anti-American as it gets. Go hop in your time machine and ask the Boston Tea Party folks how that would’ve played then? I am guessing you’ll get a lesson in what one of the reasons for that... Read more
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Op-Ed News
The Fight Ahead: 13 Questions about the Origins, Objectives and War on BDSto the collapse of the Apartheid regime in 1991. There are many other preceden
Op-Ed News / Posted 13 days ago
to the collapse of the Apartheid regime in 1991. There are many other precedents in history. Notable amongst them is the Boston Tea Party, protesting unfair taxation by the British Parliament; the Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1955 (which ushered in... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
October 5, 2017are protesting the racism and social injustice that is going on in the country.
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 13 days ago
are protesting the racism and social injustice that is going on in the country. The U.S. was founded on protests, i.e. the Boston Tea Party. There have been countless military veterans that have no problem with the protest. People are losing sight... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Health effects of coffee: Where do we stand?coffee in London as the daily drink of choice. That preference continued in the
WWLP Springfield / Posted 14 days ago
coffee in London as the daily drink of choice. That preference continued in the colonies until 1773, when the famous Boston Tea Party made it unpatriotic to drink tea. Coffeehouses popped up everywhere, and the marvelous stimulant qualities... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
October 4, 2017are protesting the racism and social injustice that is going on in the country.
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 14 days ago
are protesting the racism and social injustice that is going on in the country. The U.S. was founded on protests, i.e. the Boston Tea Party. There have been countless military veterans that have no problem with the protest. People are losing sight... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
13 Questions About the Origins, Objectives and War on BDSto the collapse of the Apartheid regime in 1991. There are many other precedent
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 15 days ago
to the collapse of the Apartheid regime in 1991. There are many other precedents in history. Notable amongst them is the Boston Tea Party, protesting unfair taxation by the British Parliament; the Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1955 (which ushered in... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
‘Old Glory’ deserves venerationIt may owe its red and white stripes to the flag of the Sons of Liberty, the re
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 18 days ago
It may owe its red and white stripes to the flag of the Sons of Liberty, the revolutionary agitators who carried out the Boston Tea Party. The “rebellious stripes” of that flag, lacking a field of stars, don’t look like much. In 1777, the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Whether you agree with it or not, the bend the knee protests are an act of patriotismDonald Trump's criticism of NFL players by kneeling in protest in his backyard
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 days ago
Donald Trump's criticism of NFL players by kneeling in protest in his backyard during the national anthem. It was the Boston Tea Party — a political action by the Sons of Liberty — that helped spark the American Revolution. The athletes have... Read more
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Daily Mirror
From spam to spices, the 10 foods that changed the worldprotest, they threw hundreds of chests of British tea into the harbour, an even
Daily Mirror / Posted 20 days ago
protest, they threw hundreds of chests of British tea into the harbour, an event that became known as the Boston Tea Party. The conflict developed into the American Revolutionary War. FACT: Some 45 tons of tea in 342 containers... Read more
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TribLIVE
Pittsburgh Mayor Peduto to ‘take a knee’ on Penguins White House visitAmerica. “I realize that this entire country's history has been based upon peo
TribLIVE / Posted 22 days ago
America. “I realize that this entire country's history has been based upon people taking social action, going back to the Boston Tea Party in the very beginning,” he said. “The very thing that we represent when we put our hand on our heart when we... Read more
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New York Post
Protesters, beware: Americans adore the flagIt may owe its red and white stripes to the flag of the Sons of Liberty, the re
New York Post / Posted 23 days ago
It may owe its red and white stripes to the flag of the Sons of Liberty, the revolutionary agitators who carried out the Boston Tea Party. The “rebellious stripes” of that flag, lacking a field of stars, don’t look like much. In 1777, the... Read more
24d
Slate
John Legend on Why the NFL Protests Are Patrioticsafer working conditions and better wages for millions of Americans. And where
Slate / Posted 24 days ago
safer working conditions and better wages for millions of Americans. And where would we be, of course, without the Boston Tea Party? These protests woke Americans up from complacency. And combined with other forms of social activism, they... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Soda tax deserves a more thorough airing in Cook Countyup," opponents are "popping off" and support for tax proponents is "fizzling ou
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 25 days ago
up," opponents are "popping off" and support for tax proponents is "fizzling out." OK, I'll put a lid on it. But the Boston Tea Party was no joke, and neither is a penny-an-ounce tax that can hike the cost of beverages more than 50... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Review: Museum of the American RevolutionGeorge, his soldiers and tax collectors. It is ironic that the nation wrought w
Op-Ed News / Posted 30 days ago
George, his soldiers and tax collectors. It is ironic that the nation wrought with the help of boycotts, and not just the Boston Tea Party, is now led by legislators who would make the boycott, a tool that played such an important role in the... Read more
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The Mercury News
Juggalos rally in D.C. to protest gang label they say is wrong and harmfulsaid from a stage in front of the memorial. The crowd obliged with a deep “Who
The Mercury News / Posted 1 months ago
said from a stage in front of the memorial. The crowd obliged with a deep “Whoop-whoop!” “The Juggalo March is like the Boston Tea Party for music fans,” Gill said. Marchers held signs that said “American Juggalo Taxpayer” and “Faygo not... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Catalan Independence Vote October 1: Why? What's At Stake? What Do The Polls Suggest?decided to skip the law because they did not like it. The protest worked out pr
Zero Hedge / Posted 1 months ago
decided to skip the law because they did not like it. The protest worked out pretty well. I am talking of course about the Boston Tea Party and subsequent US independence from Britain via the American Revolution. What’s Spain going to do to stop... Read more
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