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True history: The AMA (American Medical Association) was built on racketeering and the pocketing of 'non-profit' profits

The year is 1847. Physicians in America are not enjoying competing with inexpensive, natural remedies, which are offered by Indians and skilled midwives.

University of Chicago again denies students safe spaces and protection from triggering

The University of Chicago’s Dean of Students Dr. John “Jay” Ellison wrote a letter to incoming freshmen that said students would not be insulated from differing ideas, nor would they be allowed to restrict the speech of other students.

According to Campus Reform, Ellison told the class of 2021 that one of UChicago’s defining characteristics is its commitment to “academic freedom” and “free expression.” Ellison wrote UChicago insists on continuing this tradition.

Did you know that before 1973 it was illegal in the US to profit off of health care?

The Health Maintenance Organization Act of 1973 passed by Nixon changed everything.

Is the health insurance business a racket? Yes, literally. And this is why the shameless pandering to robber baron corporations posing as “health providers” is such an egregious … and obvious … tactic to do nothing more than plump up insurance company profits.

And do you know who’s to blame? Believe it or not, the downfall of the American health insurance system falls squarely on the shoulders of former President Richard M. Nixon.

Shocking details of starvation, disease, lack of clothing as troops emerge from Valley Forge

Winters in Pennsylvania tend to be cold, and this past winter has been no different with its blowing wind and plentiful snow. It appears that a warmer winter could have been wished for by Gen. George Washington and his troops, who have spent this past winter in Valley Forge.

Washington chose the location to settle his troops for the winter because it was only 18 miles northwest of Philadelphia, where the British were stationed. A fairly secure location and defensible, it was close enough to keep tabs on their enemy.


American forces employ controversial tactics in shocking victory over British at Saratoga

Rebel forces lead by Gen. Horatio Gates dealt a shocking blow to the British at the battles at Saratoga, New York. The redcoats led by Gen. John Burgoyne were horrified at the guerrilla tactics employed by the Americans, who are accused of targeted military officers with sharpshooters.


France bolsters US resistance against British offensive, officially enters war

Following U.S. diplomats Benjamin Franklin, Silas Deane and Arthur Lee’s meeting with King Louis XVI in December 1776, King Louis XVI announced today that France would officially join the United States’ war effort against Great Britain.

The French formally acknowledged the United States and their decision to ally with them against the British, and signed what they called The Treaty of Amity and Commerce, which recognized the States as an independent nation. The treaty also encouraged further trade between France and the States.