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Blu-ray Review: The Conspirator

An interesting historical footnote, director Robert Redford's courtroom drama doesn't catch fire. Read More »

Recession Woes Require Direct Action

Unequal income distribution has created multiple problems in the United States for hundreds of years. Read More »

Blu-ray Reviews: Gettysburg – Director’s Cut / Gods And Generals – Extended Director’s Cut

Warner Home Video commemorates the Civil War with two spectacular (albeit incredibly-long) epics. Read More »

Movie Review: The Conspirator (2011) – Redford Goes Indie

Why don't we get a peek into the minds of the conspirators and what they were up to at the Surratt boarding house? Read More »

Belated Thoughts on the Civil War Sesquicentennial

Tuesday marked the 150th anniversary of the start of the American Civil War. Read More »

Rush Limbaugh’s Racism Unbound

Rush lets loose with another racist doozy. It's a good thing that he has an understanding black call screener. Read More »

Book Review: The Civil War: The First Year As Told By Those Who Lived It, Edited by Brooks D. Simpson, Stephen W. Sears, and Aaron Sheehan-Dean

The first year of The Civil War as told by those who were there. Read More »

Book Review: The Mental Floss History of the United States by Erik Sass

American History made fun AND educational? Is that even possible? Read More »

Book Review: Outnumbered: Incredible Stories of History’s Most Surprising Battlefield Upsets by Cormac O’Brien

“War is the province of uncertainty.” — Carl von Clausewitz Read More »

In The Midst of Disunity, Rededicating Ourselves To ‘Peace Eternal In A Nation United’

A case for unity, as our nation knows too well the consequences of animosities between Americans left unchecked Read More »