Charleston, South Carolina’s historic Fort Sumter, famous for its role in the Civil War, received an influx of $200,000 to restore 11 vintage Parrot rifles.
Construction workers at first thought they had unearthed an old wrecking ball. Then after a closer look, a historian called the police who in turned placed a call to Fort Stewart.
Richard Beck, the former mayor of Folly Beach where the relics were found, said he knew as soon as he saw the objects that they were old cannonballs.
Consider a tweet from Everytown about a protest outside the NAACP office in Houston: “Gun extremists protest outside NAACP office in Houston.”
Dan Rather, one-time CBS News anchor and now guest talking head on various news programs, weighed in on Donald Trump’s Second Amendment comments on Facebook
The Henry 44 rifle cartridge box is still in ideal condition for something printed during the Civil War and still contains 48 of the 50 rounds originally packed, said Rock Island Auction.
Matt Bell originally thought the find was just a cannonball, but when he took it to an area museum, discovered it was a live, 32-pound landmine.
As the world around them is seemingly falling apart, the heroes must reconcile their own conflicts with one another.
During the Civil War, an enterprising cavalry colonel attached to the Springfield Armory came up with the idea to put a mill in the stock of a Sharps Carbine to grind feed and the rest is fakery legend.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations said “projecting American ideals to the world” will defeat ISIS, but refusing refugees abandons those ideals.