"All that is necessary for the forces of evil to win in the world is for enough good men to do nothing." -- Edmund Burke, British political writer, 1729-1797

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Feudal Japan may have been a man's world, but there were plenty of women fighting in it. Onna-bugeisha, which literally translates to "woman warrior," was a type of female warrior belonging to the Japanese nobility class. They were the daughters of samurai clans or wives of samurai trained in the art of combat, either to defend their homes when their husbands went to war or in battle themselves.

Ancient humans may not have the technology we enjoy today, but they have things like flushable toilets, chewing gum and nice purses just like we do. In fact, much more of the everyday stuff we use today have been around for ages and we have listed some of them below.

This awesome collection is from a set of negatives serendipitously discovered in retired Navy photogrpaher Steve Given’s collections.

The collection called “What’s That You’re Wearing” not only show the ordinary to exceptional choices of personal fashion, but also mirrors the individual’s social status.

Not far from the Hungarian Parliament building sit 60 pairs of old-fashioned shoes, the type people wore in the 1940s. These footwear make up the "Shoes on the Danube Bank" memorial which honors the Jews who were killed by fascist Arrow Cross militiamen in Budapest during World War II.

Marisa and David of Queanbeyan, Australia make dollhouses out of beautiful old suitcases they come across. They combined David’s skills in carpentry with Marisa’s love of miniatures to make their unique up-cycled suitcase dollhouses. Each piece is made from a sourced suitcase or wooden box and decorated to suit its individual personality. They can make custom pieces and even turn your old unused suitcases into dollhouses.

Photographer Craig Walker won the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography for his photo series on Scott Ostrom, a honorably discharged veteran, home from Iraq and struggling with a severe case of post-traumatic stress. These photos were taken in December of 2011 - images that enable viewers to better grasp a national issue.

On October 29, 1929, known as the infamous Black Tuesday, the stock market collapsed, marking the start of the Great Depression -- a period of hardship, fear, and national disillusionment.

This collection of rare photographs below gives us a quick glimpse of that period, 85 years ago.

On October 24, 1929, the US stock market began to fluctuate wildly.

ND Senator Who Called For Long Term mRNA Damage Study Killed in Freak Plane Crash MikeRivero Wed, 10/04/2023 - 09:07

North Dakota State Senator Doug Larsen was killed in “freakish” plane crash along with his wife and two children in Utah on Sunday.

Earlier this year, Sen. Larsen made himself a target of Big Pharma when he spoke out in support of a bill to study “the long-term health effects” of mRNA vaccines.

Sen. Larsen shared this story on the Senate floor:


The Republican senator’s death was confirmed by his fellow legislator and Majority Leader David Hogue.