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What Was the Population of the U.s. Throughout Its History?

The United States of America’s population has been continually rising from the moment it gained independence centuries ago. Since 1790, a national census has been conducted at the start of each decade (the population for this year 3,929,000). The census numbers were gathered through various...

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Why Are You Not Supposed to Wear White After Labor Day?

Many etiquette books will say that it is not proper to wear white after Labor Day, which falls on the first Monday of September. Though the rule is not set in stone—and certainly there are no sanctions for the brave souls who decide to defy convention and wear white any day they actually...

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What Is Freedom of Speech?

Freedom of speech is an abstract concept related to an individual's inherent right to speak out openly and freely without any censorship or fear of repercussions in case of saying something that is deemed inappropriate by an arbitrary observer.

President Obama Basketball Injury, 12 Stitches Required

President Obama Basketball Injury, 12 Stitches Required

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs has confirmed that President Barack Obama suffered a basketball injury on Friday. President Obama traveled to the Fort McNair location for an early Friday morning game of "five on five" basketball when he suffered an injury. The President was hit with an...

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Who Is Hugo Chavez?

Born on 28 July 1954, Hugo Chavez is the 53rd president of Venezuela. He is a controversial world figure, best known for his often malicious and crass lecture style speeches against certain nations and his democratic socialist politics. Hugo Chavez began his career in the military where he...

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What Is Endogamy?

Endogamy is a term that refers to people in a social group who wanted to preserve their culture, wealth, power and even their religious practices and beliefs. This is made possible through the marriage of individuals within the same social group. The goal of which, aside from convenience, is the...

15 of the Worst Military Moves of All Time

15 of the Worst Military Moves of All Time

Running an army is kind of like running a day care, only instead of rattles, the children have bombs and guns. Hey, it may not be easy to win a war, but we should at least expect military leaders to be more adept than some kid playing Starcraft.

Is the Federal Government Preparing for Civil War?

Is the Federal Government Preparing for Civil War?

Earlier this year, Alex Jones from the Alex Jones Show highlighted how several Federal Agencies were buying up mass quantities of bullets. After being linked to from the Drudge Report, this led to widespread speculation that the Federal Government might be preparing for economic disaster and the...

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U.S Ambassador to Iraq Narrowly Escapes Bomb Attack

Christopher Hill, the U.S. ambassador to Baghdad narrowly escaped a bomb attack near his convoy in southern Iraq yesterday, as reported by the U.S. embassy in Iraq. The attack happened yesterday in Nassriyah, the capital city of Iraq's southern Dhi Qar province, where Hill was on a visit. The U.S....

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Ex-Marine David Hedrick Verbally Attacks Congressman Brian Baird

A new internet video is causing more debate over health care: a YouTube clip of David Hedrick, ex-Marine, speaking to Representative Brian Baird last week at a town hall meeting. Rep. Brian Baird made his own health care debate debut earlier this month when he accused anti-health care reform...