A Tour and My Dissenting View of the REAL History and Origin of Santuario de Chimayo NM



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Santuario de Chimayo was built in 1813 and is located just north of Santa Fe, NM. Since 1970 it is a National Historic Monument as well as an on-going active Roman Catholic church. But the sacred site did not originate with the Spaniards and Catholicism. The Tewa Pueblo Indians and others had long since recognized this land as holy. Tour the shrine and hear my thoughts in this video; then you can decide for yourself.

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IUIC: FAMU Gets Untold Black History Before Slavery With Bishop Nathanyel!!



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Brief History of the Royal Family



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The Royal Family from 1066 until today.

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Alaska’s Capitol Tour & History



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Allow yourself to wander through Alaska’s State Capitol as historical narrative lets you in on the details and nuances of the building. These rooms haven’t always been used the way they are today. The finance room was once the location of a superior court, and the public still sits on the original benches! That railroad punch clock on the wall? It might have been used in the 1860′s, but it still works today. Learn how the building was constructed, where the marble pillars came from, and who paid.
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Sandwiching in History August 2015: Oak Forest United Methodist Church



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Built in 1949, the Oak Forest Methodist Church was designed by Little Rock architect John Parks Almand. The distinctive stone building features elements of the Gothic Revival style as well as a Mission-style parapet and bell tower.

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Bautizo El Bolo throwing money Traditions Dj Palmdale 6619743292



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El Bolo” thrown money at baptism Padrino and Madrina (Godparents) The tradition of throwing. here in U.S. mostly quarters and dimes. The bolo is thrown like rice at weddings if in front of church. the kids go crazy. it means the baptize kid will live in abundance.

el Bolo” cuando el bautizo ha sido celebrado en la iglesia. Esto es algo tradicional y simboliza que el niño vivirá en la abundancia

History of the United States Republican Party | Wikipedia audio article



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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article:
History of the United States Republican Party

00:03:31 1 Ideological beginnings
00:07:27 2 Organizational beginnings
00:08:22 3 Establishing a national party and opposition
00:10:57 4 Civil War and Republican dominance: 1860–1896
00:12:46 4.1 Reconstruction: freedmen, carpetbaggers and scalawags
00:17:10 4.2 Gilded Age: 1877–1890
00:19:39 4.3 Ethnocultural politics: pietistic Republicans versus liturgical Democrats
00:22:04 5 Progressive Era: 1896–1932
00:28:04 6 Progressives and liberals
00:31:33 7 Political firsts for women and minorities
00:33:38 8 Fighting the New Deal coalition: 1932–1980
00:34:53 8.1 1933–1938
00:39:00 8.2 1939–1952
00:42:48 8.3 Dwight D. Eisenhower and Richard Nixon: 1952–1974
00:43:57 8.4 Citizens for Eisenhower
00:45:58 8.5 Richard Nixon and Barry Goldwater
00:50:55 8.6 Moderate Republicans of 1960–1980
00:54:34 8.7 Realignment: the South becomes Republican
00:55:59 8.7.1 1964–1972
00:58:15 8.7.1.1 Southern strategy
01:02:48 9 From Ronald Reagan to the Bush: 1980–2008
01:03:01 9.1 Reagan Revolution
01:06:37 9.2 Congressional ascendancy in 1994
01:09:52 9.3 Neoconservatives
01:11:00 9.4 Second Bush era
01:16:43 10 Challenging the Barack Obama administration: 2009–2016
01:19:39 10.1 2012–2016
01:24:10 11 2016 elections and presidency of Donald Trump
01:28:49 11.1 Demographic shifts since 2009
01:30:06 12 See also
01:30:33 13 Notes

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The Republican Party, also referred to as the GOP (abbreviation for Grand Old Party), is one of the world’s oldest extant political parties. The party values reflect economic conservatism, classical conservatism (modern day American conservatism) and corporate liberty rights. It is the second oldest existing political party in the United States after its primary rival, the Democratic Party. The party emerged in 1854 to combat the Kansas–Nebraska Act, an act that dissolved the terms of the Missouri Compromise and allowed slave or free status to be decided in the territories by popular sovereignty. The early Republican Party had almost no presence in the Southern United States, but by 1858 it had enlisted former Whigs and former Free Soil Democrats to form majorities in nearly every Northern state.
With its election of Abraham Lincoln in 1860 and its success in guiding the Union to victory in the American Civil War and abolishing slavery, the party came to dominate the national political scene until 1932. The Republican Party at its beginning consisted of African-American and White Northern Protestants, businessmen, small business owners, professionals, factory workers, and farmers. It was pro-business, supporting banks, the gold standard, railroads and high tariffs to protect factory workers and grow industry faster. Under William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt, it emphasized an expansive foreign policy.
The GOP lost its majorities during the Great Depression (1929–1940). Instead, the Democrats under Franklin D. Roosevelt formed a winning New Deal coalition, which was dominant from 1932 through 1964. That coalition collapsed in the mid-1960s, partly because of white Southern Democrats’ disaffection with the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Republicans won five of the six presidential elections from 1968 to 1988, with Ronald Reagan as the party’s iconic conservative hero. From 1992 to 2016, the Republican candidate has been elected to the White House in three of the seven presidential elections. Two of these (the 2000 and 2016 elections) saw George W. Bush and Donald Trump losing the popular vote, but winning the Electoral College. A similar situation in which Republicans won the Electoral College, but lost the popular vote were the 1876 and 1888 elections.
The Republican Party expanded its base throughout the South after 1968 (excepting 1976), largely due to its strength among socially conservative white evangelical Protestants and traditionalist Roman Catholics. As white Democrats in th …

The Original Mother’s Nightclub, Chicago Illinois – Bucket List Bars



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Mother’s Nightclub is one of the original nightclubs from the 1960’s. Mother’s has seen some of the most influential bands of the 60’s and 70’s on it’s stage, including Cream, the Velvet Underground and Chicago. It was also one of the original venues allowing House Music and continues to be a destination for live music and dancing in Chicago.

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History of the Mormons in Utah & the Salt Lake Temple 8/8



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In this film, “Mountain of the Lord,” a newspaper reporter from New York City visits with Wilford Woodruff, fourth president of Th In this film, “Mountain of the Lord,” a newspaper reporter from New York City visits with Wilford Woodruff, fourth president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints after the death of John Taylor, to recount the history of the construction of the Salt Lake Temple in the late 1800’s.

In late July of 1847, the first group of Latter-day Saint pioneers entered the Salt Lake Valley. Within a few days, their leader Brigham Young indicated the precise location where the holy edifice should stand by striking the ground with his cane and announcing, “Here we will build a temple to our God.” Apostle Wilford Woodruff marked the spot then and there. Construction of the temple began on February 14, 1853, following a groundbreaking ceremony conducted by Brigham Young.

A granite deposit was found nearby, and workers began to hand-chisel massive granite blocks which weighed between 2,500 and 5,600 pounds. These large stones were transported by ox-drawn wagon (and later railroad) to the temple lot. Most of the labor was performed by volunteers who, despite their hardships in trying to settle a new land, gave freely of their time and skills. Brigham Young encouraged the Saints to make the Salt Lake Temple the best it could be. The prophet stated that he wanted “to see the Temple built in a manner that it will endure through the Millennium” (Journal of Discourses, 10:254). The temple was built accordingly. Brigham Young also worked extensively with architect Truman O. Angell, directing what the temple was to look like according to the visions and revelations given him by the Lord. The architectural style of the temple is often described as Gothic, complementing the doctrinal symbolism and revelatory layout of the Temple.

There were numerous challenges which slowed the construction of the temple. At one point Church leaders learned that a U.S. Army contingent was being sent to Utah. Mormons distrusted the government that had allowed them to be persecuted and pushed out of Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, and New York, so the work on the temple was stopped and the entire foundation was buried. As positive relations developed between the U.S. Government and the Church, work on the temple was resumed. The foundation was uncovered, but workers found that there were cracks in the foundation blocks. They were forced to take them out and start over, using new stones that were cut to fit together without mortar.

The Mormons worked tirelessly to build the 253,015 square-foot temple. Once the exterior was completed, skilled artists and craftsmen were brought in to complete the temple’s 170 rooms. The interior furnishings were completed in one year, marking 40 years since the groundbreaking ceremony. The Salt Lake Temple became the largest temple, with 12 sealing rooms and four ordinance rooms (after various additions and remodeling). With over a hundred temples constructed since then, it still remains the largest in the Church.

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Funny Church Videos: Kid History: The Burning Bush



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Funny Church Video: Kid History: The Burning Bush
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