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The bombs have been bursting in air in our country since it's beginning - just like our National Anthem says. Yet, I think if you ask everybody if they believed in peace, most everyone would say "yes." A lot of those "yeses" would probably have a "but" attached to it, however. My show today is a little history of the U.S. along with some reflections on the reasons for wars - most especially The Civil War.
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Panel x Panel - Civil War - Part One
Charles "Filthy Casual" McFall and "Uncle" George Doro discuss Civil War.
Panel x Panel comes to you each month in two segments.
Part One will have a basic outline and lead up for the event being covered, and some mostly minor spoilers. Mostly.
Part Two will feature in depth analysis and be heavy on spoilers! Don't fret, you can read along with the guys at your own pace and then catch up on the second part when you are ready!
Panel x Panel is brought to you by Giant Size Team Up.
Hosts: Charles McFall, George Doro
Producer: Mike Woodard
Panel x Panel is brought to you by the Giant Size Team Up Network.
Contact Us - PXP@GiantSizeTeamup.com
The Henoch Prophecies, Wars and devastation in Europe and North America,Civil wars and anarchy in America
Yet the misery on Earth will continue, as two terrible civil wars will break out in America, whereby one will follow the other.
Afterwards, the United States of America will break apart and deadly hostility will prevail among her,
which then leads to the division into five different territories; and it cannot be prevented that
sectarian fanatics will play a dictatorial role.
Custer's Luck Radio Show host Jean Barto reports live from the Manassas Civil War Days in Manassas, Virginia. She gives a brief commentary on the Civil War-era sutlers and living history displays adjacent to the Manassas Museum, and shares a portion of a Civil War Logistics talk given by one of the invited military historians.
Marvel Film Talk Podcast Ep. 13 - Captain America CIVIL WAR
Reenacting the American Civil War began even before the real fighting had ended. Civil War veterans recreated battles as a way to remember their fallen comrades and to teach others what the war was all about. The Great Reunion of 1913, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, was attended by more than 50,000 Union and Confederate veterans, and included reenactments of elements of the battle, including Pickett's Charge. Modern reenacting is thought to have begun during the 1961–1965 Civil War Centennial commemorations. Reenacting grew in popularity during the 1980s and 1990s, due in large part to the success of the 125th Anniversary reenactment near the original Manassas battlefield, which was attended by more than 6,000 reenactors. That year, Time magazine estimated there were more than 50,000 reenactors in the U.S
Civil Chat with Lee looks at Russia's latest about face bombing in Syria. Is President Obama being a wimp? Should he have called out Russia? Hawks want more. What do you want? Recent shooting spree in Oregon begs the question "Do we need gun control in this country?" Obama challenges the GOP in Congress to step up, he challenges our media to compare terrorist murders with domestic homicides by a firearm. Why isn't the NRA saying anything about STOPPING this. They want their 2nd Amendment right preserved but nothing is every offered to solve this problem of gun violence.
And MUCH MORE
Civil Chat with Lee looks at The Conntual lies of Carly Fiorina. She doubled down on her erroneous statement made in the 3rd GOP debate about the 92% of women doing horribly under Obama. You'll be surprised at WHAT the real truth is regarding women working under Obama and under which other presidential administrations did women do even MORE horribly. Dr Ben feels he's being targeted as he denies his involvement with Mannatech even though he's own record as giving speeches for the company and video recorded for his endorsement of the fraudulent company. The host looks at the new speaker Paul Ryan and his goals in leading Congress and can he stifle the Freedom Caucus? What say you?