Truth in History

Truth  in history is a hard to come by. I will leave links and videos that can be used as alternatives to the "history" books.

Here is one to start off with;     http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/582763/posts



25/7/10

http://rawstory.com/2009/10/gore-vidal-obama-incompetent-but-gop-like-hitler-youth/

http://progressive.org/mag_intv0806

10/08/2010

http://www.zinnedproject.org/ Offers curriculum and other teaching ideas

29/08/2010

Project Censored's 2010  book is out . There is a link to them on the right. I will read and review this book but in the meantime I highly suggest you visit their site.

The information they provide  needs to be looked at and distributed by what ever means at your disposal. I look forward to the read! GET THE 2010 PROJECT CENSORED BOOK HERE

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31/08/2010

"If you tremble with indignation at every injustice then you are a comrade of mine."

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Ernesto 'Che" Guevara

20/10/2010

http://topics.law.cornell.edu/constitution This has the United States Constitution complete with Amendments.

http://www.constitution.org/cs_found.htm More original documents such as the Declaration of Independence and the Federation of the Five Tribes

Thurgood Marshall  of the Supreme Court:

"His was the dissenting voice at the 1987 bicentennial celebration of the Constitution; while other speakers praised the document and the founding fathers' foresight, he said: "The government they devised was defective from the start, requiring several amendments, a civil war, and momentous social transformation to attain the system of constitutional government, and its respect for the individual freedoms and human rights, we hold as fundamental today. When contemporary Americans cite 'The Constitution,' they invoke a concept that is vastly different from what the Framers barely began to construct two centuries ago. ... The men who gathered in Philadelphia in 1787 could not have envisioned these changes. They could not have imagined, nor would they have accepted, that the document they were drafting would one day be construed by a Supreme Court to which had been appointed a woman and the descendent of an African slave. 'We the People' no longer enslave, but the credit does not belong to the Framers. It belongs to those who refused to acquiesce in outdated notions of 'liberty,' 'justice,' and 'equality,' and who strived to better them." "

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