Tag: History
Coolidge’s Enduring Thoughts on the Meaning of a Free Republic
Remembering the Tiananmen Square Massacre
Pay Attention to History
Progressivism: Rhetoric versus Reality
Another Urban Legend? The Middle Ages Were the “Dark Ages”
The Power Elite
It’s Called Recovery, but Where’s the Beef?
U.S. Government Debt Is Now at a Once-Unimaginable Level
Politics Is Not Just Spy versus Spy; It’s also Slogan versus Slogan
How Much Longer Can the U.S. Economy Bear the Burdens?
The 100th Anniversary of the Christmas Truce
If You Like Rights, Liberty, and Economic Opportunity, Celebrate Christmas
All Men Are Brothers, but All Too Often They Do Not Act Accordingly
Small Business Suffers: The Riots, Past and Present
The Anachronistic 1979 Oil Export Ban
Always Look on the Bright Side of Life
Happy Birthday, Tea Party!
The Free Speech Movement Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary, but the Eternal Battle Between Liberty and Power Goes On
Never Forget
California Lawmakers Mandate Students Study about Obama
50 Years of Mischief: The Triumph and Trashing of the Civil Rights Act
Remembering Tiananmen Square, 25 Years Later
Do You Remember the Sixties?
Some Basics of State Domination and Public Submission
Tolstoy’s Remarkable Manifesto on Christian Anarchy and Pacifism

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