18 Animals That Look Like They’re From Another Planet. And Might Soon Disappear From This One.

One of them is at risk because it’s “too nice.”

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Jill Scott: Stream Jill Scott live on Thursday, July 23rd!

Stream Jill Scott live on Thursday, July 23rd! – Jill Scott

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Daymé Arocena | Nueva Era | Buy Now

Daymé Arocena, A rich and powerful new voice from Cuba. Stream, watch and buy her music here. Nueva Era is out June 2015 on Brownswood Recordings

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10 stunning award-winning photos of the night sky

The photos have a somber and humbling message for the world.

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stunning collection!

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Why do people believe myths about the Confederacy? Because our textbooks and monuments are wrong.

History is the polemics of the victor, William F. Buckley allegedly said. Not so in the United States, at least not regarding the Civil War. As soon as Confederates laid down their arms, some picked up their pens and began to distort what they had done, and why. Their resulting mythology went national a generation later and persists — which is why a presidential candidate can suggest that slavery was somehow pro-family, and the public believes that the war was mainly fought over states’ rights.

The Confederates won with the pen (and the noose) what they could not win on the battlefield: the cause of white supremacy and the dominant understanding of what the war was all about. We are still digging ourselves out from under the misinformation that they spread, which has manifested in both our history books and our public monuments.

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