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Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Fran Briggs 
 Article Title :: Dolores "DeeJazz" Jackson -- On The Move!
When Dolores "DeeJazz" Jackson sings, it's not surprising to see why her listeners are are dynamically captivated. DeeJazz delivers something unique: inspirational, message-rich lyrics, against the background of a beautiful and spiritual, jazz sound. Her voice is as readily remarkable to the human ear as it is definitively, distinctive. Particularly engaging, each one of her songs demonstrate her ability to easily hit a wide range of octaves. Her debut album, titled, "A Musical Messenger," has the potential to inspire and transform lives for the greater.Born in Michigan, USA, DeeJazz has spent most of her life in Detroit. Currently, she makes her home in North Carolina. As a col  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 Article Title :: What If There Were No Wars?
What if the human raced evolved to the point that they understood that killing ones own species sets a very bad precedent? What if we could use some other method to solve impasses of nation state’s political will in negotiations? What if we declared wars on things, which are not threats of mankind against it’s own but rather events occurring against all nations and all peoples? What if we declared war on the short water supplies or a war on Poverty and human rights abuses? What if we simply said we have had enough of these Typhoons and Hurricanes and declared World War III on Extreme Weather, which kills tens of thousands per year? Declare War on the Weather; a genuine Herculean effor  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: John T Jones, Ph.D. 
 Article Title :: White Doves Flying: In Memoriam to Rosa Parks
Over 4000 people attended the public funeral of Rosa Parks, the women who single-handedly ignited the Civil Rights Movement.Martin Luther King saw the significance of a dignified quiet forty-two-year-old woman refusing to give up her bus seat at the command of a belligerent bus driver in Montgomery, Alabama.Putting hardship on themselves, the black community boycotted the buses and the Civil Rights Movement blossomed.Three-dozen speakers paid her tribute at her funeral.John Dingell said, “Somebody said to me once that she was a seamstress. She was. This country has had two great seamstresses - one was named Betsey Ross, who put together the flag which flies b  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: John T Jones, Ph.D. 
 Article Title :: Halfbreeds and Mugwumps
Back during the Gilded Age we had immigrants, robber barrens, Republicans, Democrats, Halfbreeds, and Mugwumps.Industry boomed.Railroads cut their way across the land.John D. Rockefeller got rich in oil. Andrew Carnegie made his dough in steel. They were the happy-go-lucky robber barrens. (The robber barrens got rich through ruthless business tactics.)I learned that the voter turnout for presidential elections was 78% of registered voters. I leaned that at: http://cchs.churchill.k12.nv.us/billettj/Sumary%20of%20Political%20Parties.htmThe Gilded Age had critics. It’s best to look at the political cartoons to learn this: http://history.osu.edu/Projects  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Gary Cordingley 
 Article Title :: Dr. Walter Freeman's Frontal Lobotomies at Athens (Ohio) State Hospital
Few chapters in the medical history of Athens County, Ohio, are more notorious or fascinating than that concerning Walter Freeman, M.D., and the more than 200 frontal lobotomies he performed at the Athens State Hospital in seven visits between 1953 and 1957.Until the middle of the twentieth century, treatment for most inpatients in large state hospitals, like that in Athens, was limited to providing a safe and humane environment. Effective drugs for mental illnesses did not become available until the late 1950s and early 1960s.In 1936 Egas Moniz, M.D., a Portugese physician who eventually won a Nobel Prize for his work, reported the results of his earliest frontal lobotomies  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Kirk Kinbote 
 Article Title :: Retired Bus Driver's Harrowing Night of Fear - An Excerpt from the Novel "A Dancing Bear"
It was at approximately this moment that Jack Durack conceived his intention to shoot his visitor dead. He had long been a firm believer in a man's right to defend himself with deadly force in his own home, or if necessary on his own front doorstep. And if this individual did not deserve to have deadly force applied to him, Jack Durack did not know what individual did. For starters, he had knocked on Durack's door in the dead of night while wearing a balaclava. Then he had identified himself -- falsely, in Durack's view -- as an escaped psychopath. Then he had asked for a cigarette when he was already smoking one. Out in his back shed, Jack Durack kept a number of fully loaded and car  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Timothy Stelly Sr 
 Article Title :: A History Of Lynching
Definition: Lynching is a mob act of vigilantism to illegally execute an accused person by a mob. The term allegedly originated as a reference to a Virginia Justice of the Peace (1736-96). These acts often occurred in front of thousands of spectators, who would gather “souvenirs” afterward.Lynching is another sad fact of American history and has been immortalized in song (“Strange Fruit”, recorded by Billie Holliday, in pictures (the poignant, “The Black Book”), in a scholarly tome (Ralph Ginzburg’s, “100 Years Of Lynchings”), and in fiction (In Richard Wright's "Big Boy Leaves Home", 1938, Big Boy and his friend Bobo accidentally shoot and kill a white man. The b  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Alton Pryor 
 Article Title :: Stagecoach Drivers and Their Whips
Not everyone could manage a stagecoach. The stagecoach driver was held in higher esteem when on the summit of the Sierra than was the millionaire statesman who might be riding beside him.While most stage drivers were sober, at least while on duty, nearly all were fond of an occasional “eye opener.” A good driver was the captain of his craft. He was feared by his timid passengers, awed by stable boys, and was the trusty agent of his employer.The seat next to the driver, weather permitting, was the preferred seat of the men passengers. But this was one seat that was reserved, and it was not gotten by simply being the first to hop on the left front wheel rim and climbin  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Mark Crisp 
 Article Title :: Ed Seykota
Markets: FuturesContact: Undisclosed. (I do have his e-mail address but it would be unfair to disclose it.)Results:Undisclosed but thought to be up there with the VERY best. He has made some of his managed account holders into multi-millionaires from small initial investments.Featured in the books "The Market Wizards I and II"Although completely unknown, not only to the public, but to most of the financial community as well, Ed Seykota's achievements must certainly rank him as one of the best traders of our time. In the early 1970s, Seykota was hired by a major brokerage firm. He conceived and developed the first commercial computerized trading system fo  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Mark Crisp 
 Article Title :: Warren Buffet
He also made money by collecting and selling lost golf balls. Buffett's interest in finance was clear extremely early on in his life.He started playing the stock market with one of his sisters when he was eleven. At twelve, he was betting on horses, and by high school he had started a business (pinball machines) with a friend, which earned him fifty dollars a week. Not only did he own a business by graduation, but he also had bought himself forty acres of Nebraskan farm land with his profit. Graduate school was a formative time for Buffett.It was there that he met Benjamin Graham, an economic scholar whose work Buffett had begun studying in college. Buffett believed strongly  (read full article)
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