Anthony Johnson (b. 1600 – d. 1670) Was an Angolan who achieved freedom in the early 17th century Colony Of Virginia after serving his term of indenture. He became one of the first property owners and slaveholders of African birth there. Held as an indentured servant in 1621, he earned his freedom after several years, … More Anthony Johnson
In Abraham Lincoln’s first inaugural address, Lincoln made it known that; (1) he had no legal authority to interfere with slavery where it existed, (2) that he had no inclination or intentions to do so even if he had the legal authority, (3) that he would enforce the Fugitive Slave Act, returning runaway slaves escaping … More Lincoln: The Tyrant
Hey peeps, been awhile.. I thought I would write a short post on this bizarre combination of words.. almost like saying Jew Nazi.. ?? Lol I’ve heard people say this before, you know the.. far left, socialists, whom just happen to be mentally ill.. Capitalism is racist, or Capitalists are racists.. here’s my view on … More Racist Capitalism?