The banner photographs depict our national treasures, whether they be historic sites or just the magnificence of our natural wonders. Today I noticed it was a photo of Charles Lindbergh's home in Little Falls, MN.
I had never seen his home before. Can you imagine? The man was one of the greatest heroes of our nation, of the world and that is how he has been "forgotten" in such a short time. Why? Well let Professor Kevin MacDonald explain it.
The Culture of Critique:
Backlash against fee gouging from banks led to an online campaign for “Bank Transfer Day,” when individuals pledged to close accounts at large banks and open up accounts at credit unions and neighborhood banks. Thousands of individuals switched. Source of article: [URL="http://personalmoneynetwork.com/moneyblog/2011/11/08/bank-transfer-day/"]Early Bank Transfer Day numbers show success[/URL] [B]Over half a million already left[/B] A number of people have gotten really angry about fee
Originally Posted by JamesinUSA
I can see the pros and cons of both arguments in changing a particular course of action that doesn't seem to be working very effectively within an organization. But, sometimes it's not the method or course that's necessarily wrong, but merely the existing conditions in which they exist. Sometimes we can't force things to happen, we must merely wait until prevailing social and political conditions exist that will have them work to our benefit.
I firmly believe that the presentation of
I had a brief vacation in Williamsburg this past weekend. Imagine my surprise to discover a two-day seminar about issues facing blacks in America! It was called the Apologia Negris Globalicum Forum. There were ten presentations, and numerous breakout groups. Here is the program:
Slavery Improved Us: Now what?
Presenter Adell Deja (Ph.D., Phillis Wheatley Chair, English Studies Department, Princeleigh University). "For decades we have been fighting against 'the legacy of slavery',
Bill Still channel. bstill3's Channel - YouTube
Often when financial topics arise on my favorite Internet radio broadcasts, there are critical lacunae on the part of the hosts. They think either that money must have a gold backing, or that fiat money per se is bad, or that the US Constitution authorizes gold and silver currency (true but there are other possibilities). I think it would be a good idea for Bill Still to be interviewed by a range of people, even people whose overall