The Hogs of Cold Harbor is a wonderful absurdist Civil War epic that boldly questions the status quo of patriotism and social dogmas. Telling the “obscene” story of how the Confederate States of America saw themselves as the heroes against Lincoln and Grant’s villainous Union (a perspective so alien to the mainstream no agent would probably touch it) the story skewers the plight of humanity, human beings forced to self-define their own “honor” in the midst of moral chaos.
At the time it was built, it must have been an engineering marvel to the farmers and townspeople of Gettysburg. The bridge appears to be a conduit, linking the past with the present.
The web is ablaze with drum beats of turmoil and secession. The duly elected President is being called illegitimate. Buckle up buttercup…the real fun is coming.
Bill The Butcher- What exactly is happening on the ground in Syria?
This year’s loving appreciation of people we think you should know about.
Bill the Butcher: It’s not perhaps all coincidental that South Sudan has extensive oil and natural gas deposits, especially in areas which will be a bone of contention
Bill the Butcher embodies the world of a young girl where nobody is safe, no one is to be trusted and there is no place to hide; the agonizing world of war.
W.D. Noble-From cannibal warlord to evangelist – only in West Africa would this make sense.
By Astra Navigo Biafra – A History (Part III – V) “As I have said before, and I repeat, the war we are fighting is an imperialist war,
“On March 27, 1861, the unprecedented happened. During a filibuster over commerce, the Southern states declared their states rights pursuant to the Constitution and walked out of Congress…”