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October 2nd, 2022
Alfred C. Kinsey - sex pervert
I’ve been trying to come up with a good analogy for something that inexplicably comes back even after you think it’s long gone. Crabgrass? Rust? Dracula?
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September 21st, 2022
Giant red fingers pointing at little me
Those who repress inconvenient facts or produce fictitious evidence to nourish a politically convenient story are simply not historians.
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September 21st, 2022
Don Lemon at WHCA dinner
By: Dan McLaughlin – nationalreview.com – September 20, 2022 There is a hilariously large gulf between what progressive TV commentators think they know about history and what they actually know. On occasion, they make the mistake of engaging publicly with somebody who knows what she’s talking about. Don Lemon of CNN offered a textbook example. He decided to ask British...
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September 19th, 2022
Bill Maher and Leftist History
The red pilling of Bill Maher continues as the HBO host took a flamethrower to the woke Left again for the most obvious reason: their grotesque fixation with “presentism.”
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September 13th, 2022
Vote here
After any training event in the military, or even in combat, you conduct what is called an AAR (After Action Review). The purpose is to assess the positives and negatives of the evolution just encountered.
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September 12th, 2022
AFL-CIO Building
Sometimes a speech can reveal important truths contrary to those the speaker hoped to convey. Joe Biden gave the country a perfect example with his “Soul of the Nation” speech.
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September 7th, 2022
scale and gavel
The Supreme Court decisions in the 1857 Dred Scott case and the 1944 Korematsu case are generally considered two of the worst judgments ever handed down by the nation’s highest court. Source: Major freakout in anti-Trump world | Washington Examiner
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August 30th, 2022
Save America (Red Trump ball cap)
Last week my better half and I, Tess, went to a Southern California thrift store to hunt for treasures that others had all but trashed.
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July 22nd, 2022
anthropolgist skull
There is an interesting controversy brewing in anthropology departments where professors have called for researchers to stop identifying ancient human remains by biological gender because they cannot gauge how a person identified at that the time.
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July 20th, 2022
James Madison’s estate, Montpelier
Last week, we reported on the woke makeover of Thomas Jefferson’s iconic home, Monticello. Now we’re learning that the same thing has happened at James Madison’s estate, Montpelier.
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