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Book Review: Declaration: The Nine Tumultuous Weeks When America Became Independent, May 1 – July 4, 1776 by William Hogeland

"Nine weeks after voters defeated American independence, in the nearest thing to a referendum on the issue that the country ever had, America declared independence anyway." — William Hogeland Read More »

Afghanistan Lost

The endgame in Afghanistan rears its' ugly head. Read More »

Where Have All the Positive Leaders Gone?

In these tough economic times, we need leaders who are positive and supportive, not negative and pessimistic. Read More »

Obama: The Worst President Since FDR

History has a funny way of repeating itself. Read More »

Book Review: America at War in Color by Stewart Binns and Adrian Wood

"My father stands in the middle of the most reproduced photo in the history of photography." — James Bradley Read More »

Gold, the Dollar and Obama

Is there a relation between gold, the dollar, and Mr. Hope and Change? Read More »

Book Review: The Irregulars by Jennet Conant

"Truth is far too precious a commodity to be used lightly." L. Franck, BSC Read More »

A Fear of Our Own

A president takes a big risk when he demeans those who protect this country and enforce its' laws. Read More »

Is Our Long National Nightmare Almost Over?

FDR's hundred days eventually ended. Is it about time for Obama's honeymoon to be over too? Read More »