Posts Tagged ‘forgotten’

Beat the Quarantine with New Forgotten Weapons Playlists!

Not to make light of a bad situation, but a lot of people are going to have a lot of unexpected free time at home over the coming weeks. Perhaps you want to spend some of that time learning new and interesting things about cool guns? I have more than 2,000 videos in the Forgotten […]

Forgotten Baby Left to Fend for Himself in Waste While His Siblings Got New Homes

When little Gunnar’s mom gave birth to a litter of puppies, her owner decided to dump her along with her babies. Soon after, all of them were take away, but somehow, Gunnar was left at the property. No one really knew how he was left behind, but his rescuers believe he was just forgotten there. […]

LISTEN: Has the story of Anne Frank been forgotten? US college students answer

This week, as we mark the February 1945 death of Anne Frank and her sister Margot, People of the Pod co-host Manya Brachear Pashman and producer CucHuong Do hit the quad of an American college campus to find out if young people still recognize the famous diarist. “Diary of a Young Girl,” also known simply […]

Forgotten senior has two days to live after family moved and left him at shelter

Frantic networking efforts are underway for a senior dog who was left at a busy animal control agency when his family moved away. Rex, an eight-year-old German shepherd, has been at the West Valley Animal Care Center in Los Angeles, California, since August and he is among the “forgotten ones.” Tragically, this forgotten dog is […]

Good Girl Safeguards Remarkable Gift Despite Being Abused, Starved, and Forgotten

Rescue organizations get calls about animals in need very often, but some of them, probably those that are dedicated to saving animals the most, also go around and look for struggling and vulnerable creatures themselves. One rescuer is sharing the story of a Husky dumped at a popular dumping ground among pet owners. This lady […]

Sealed Off and Forgotten: What You Should Know About Israel’s West Bank “Firing Zones”

A seemingly ordinary news story, published in the Israeli newspaper, Haaretz, on January 7, shed light on a long-forgotten, yet crucial, subject: Israel’s so-called “firing zones” in the West Bank.  “Israel has impounded the only vehicle available to a medical team that provides assistance to 1,500 Palestinians living inside an Israeli military firing zone in […]

Investors Have Already Forgotten The Most Important Financial Lessons Of The Past Decade

With only a few trading sessions left in the decade, the Wall Street Journal’s investing columnist Jason Zweig, the longtime author of paper’s “Intelligent Investor” column, is looking back on some of the biggest blunders of the decade. As it turns out, there were a lot: Remember, investors started the decade with US stocks near […]

Operation Fast and Furious: The Forgotten History of the ATF’s Gunwalking Scandal

The ATF isn’t all bad. In fact, they had a policy of letting illegal gun purchases go between 2006 and 2011. It ended up getting U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry killed on December 14, 2010, and let Mexican criminals get enough guns that they were found at over 150 crime scenes where Mexican citizens were either killed […]

Thanksgiving: The Forgotten History of America’s Thanksgiving and What It Commemorates

Thanksgiving is the oldest national holiday in the United States. However, it’s observation is not a continuous presence in American history. While the celebration of Thanksgiving predates even the founding of the nation, it was proclaimed by George Washington, then ignored by Thomas Jefferson. From then on, it was sporadically observed until Abraham Lincoln, who once […]

European Court’s Decision in Right To Be Forgotten Case is a Win for Free Speech

By David Greene In a significant victory for free speech rights, the European Union’s highest court ruled that the EU’s Right to Be Forgotten does not require Google to delist search results globally, thus keeping the results available to be seen by users around the world. The EU standard, established in 2014, lets individuals in […]

Siege at Ruby Ridge: The Forgotten History of the ATF Shootout That Started a Militia Movement

By Brian Miller The Siege at Ruby Ridge is often considered a pivotal date in American history. The shootout between Randy Weaver and his family and federal agents on August 21, 1992, is one that kicked off the Constitutional Militia Movement and left America with a deep distrust of its leadership – in particular then-President […]

America’s Forgotten Nuclear Disaster: Church Rock Still Poisoning Navajo Tribe 40 Years Later

IMAGE: The imposing and stunning sight of Church Rock in the Navajo Nation, located in northwestern New Mexico. Here is the true cost of the American empire. In 1945, the first atomic bomb was tested at the U.S. defense facility at Alamogordo, New Mexico. Just 34 years later, the area also suffered the worst nuclear […]

Five Years After the Genocide, Yazidis Share Their Forgotten Stories and Demand Justice

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Have the Zionists Forgotten their Defeat in Joroud Arsal? The Joroud Victory In ’Israel’s’ Eyes: No One Can Stop Hezbollah

By Hussein Mortada Have the Zionists forgotten their defeat in Joroud Arsal? The answer to this question is certainly not. Their wager in favor of the terrorists was so great that one of the most prominent “Israeli” military analysts wrote for the Haaretz newspaper in the summer of 2013 that “Israel” no longer needs to […]

Call Of The Forest – The Forgotten Wisdom of Trees

Dr. Mercola, Guest Waking Times Most of us have experienced the positive results of immersing ourselves in nature and being enveloped by trees. We experience an immediate relaxation, an ability to forget our problems and often a profound awe at nature’s secrets. The documentary “Call Of The Forest –– The Forgotten Wisdom of Trees” adds […]

#RT #news CrossTalk on Christianity: Forgotten Persecution

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A forgotten hit 1877 Yiddish romance novel has just been translated to English

BOSTON (JTA) — Hot off the Jewish press in Vilna in 1877, a dramatic Yiddish romance novel became a surprising success, selling out its first 10,000 copies in Jewish communities across Poland and Russia. It’s not hard to see why. Set in the mid-19th century in the outskirts of the Russian city of Mohilev, Yankev […]

2 Forgotten Healing Herbs of Christmas (Skin Balm Recipe Included!)

December 21st, 2018 By Nick Polizzi Guest writer for Wake Up World Christmas is almost here and the team and I have been busy unraveling some of the medical mysteries associated with this ancient midwinter tradition. Tucked quietly into many of the world’s most celebrated holidays are hidden codes, sacred symbolism, and my personal favorite […]

Adam Clayton Powell Jr. — Non-Communists are Forgotten

Powell perfected a role as agitator. “Whenever a person keeps prodding, keeps them squirming…it serves a purpose. It may not in contemporary history look so good, but…future historians will say, ‘They served a purpose.”‘ He was African-American pride personified. He swaggered into the congressional dining room and barber shop Knowing full well that African Americans […]

Watching The Hawks – Atlantas Inequality Crisis & The Wall Of Forgotten Natives

Watching The Hawks – Atlantas Inequality Crisis & The Wall Of Forgotten Natives Watching The Tabetha Wallace brings a special report from Minneapolis, where hundreds of Native Americans are protesting a homelessness crisis. Atlanta has been named the pinnacle of income inequality in the U.S., Tim Franzen of the Housing Justice League joins to […]

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