THIS DAY IN HISTORY

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

September 13

1759 – The Battle of the Plains of Abraham, Quebec.

This battle was a prelude to the end of the French and Indians Wars (Seven Years War in Europe), and a decisive one which led to the final route of the French...The result of the battle/war was British supremacy in Canada, and the temporary elimination of the French from most of North America.

1788 - The Confederate Congress authorized the first national election, and declared New York City the temporary national capital.

The young nation was emerging and setting itself on a course of excellence...Thankfully, New York was only a temporary home for our national seat of government.


1971 - The four-day revolt at the maximum-security prison in Attica, New York, ended when state police and National Guardsmen stormed the facility. Forty-two people died.

This would have been a perfect place and time for an cluster-bomb test.


1994 - The 'Violence Against Women Act' became law.

I’m all for protecting women, and think any woman abused by a man should have the right to shoot them in the head (both)...The same should apply for men abused by women.

That said, it’s interesting to note every item in the ‘new law’ was already on the books of every state in the nation...The key is to prosecute the laws in existence, not to create new one’s for the sake of scoring political points with a specific voting bloc.

This ‘new law’ did nothing but federalize another crime and increase the bureaucracy of the Federal leviathan…Which seems to be it’s main reason for existing.

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