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Why African Americans Have Never Had the Right To Bear Arms

The right to bear arms is enshrined in the 2nd Amendment to the United States Constitution. It is one of…

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PODCAST: John Brown Has One More Thing To Say

The final speech by John Brown explains why he led a violent raid on Harpers Ferry, Virginia. Listen and decide for yourself if he was right, or just insane.

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John Brown had One Thing To Say, Before He Died.

John Brown told us why he did it. We are left to decide if he was right.

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Why You Should Know That We Are All John Brown.

A Hero or A Madman? It may be difficult at first to decide if John Brown was a hero or…

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You Can See How Race Is Made In American History

Race has been used to elevate one group of people above another in American history.

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Frederick Douglas Wants You To Know About Power

Power Concedes Nothing Without A Fight

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Innocent People Who Were Executed, Part Ten

I am innocent, innocent, innocent. . . . I am an innocent man, and something very wrong is taking place tonight.

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Why You Might Be In Danger From Free Government Healthcare

The United States government did something that was wrong — deeply, profoundly, morally wrong,

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BEST OF HISTORYDOJO: 10 Innocent People Who Were Executed: Ellis Wayne Felker

Prosecutors had hidden evidence from the defense

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10 Innocent People Who Were Executed, Part Nine: Joseph O'Dell

The man who represents himself at trial has a fool for a client.