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Some Thoughts on Jon Meacham’s Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power

Meacham's Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power has much to teach us about realpolitik. Read More »

Book Review: 1776 by David McCullough

Using extensive research in American and British archives, McCullough tells of the year when Washington marched towards freedom or death. Read More »

The Founders in Today’s Politics

A left-right battle over the Founding Fathers. Read More »

The Founding Fathers Would Be With the Crowd in Egypt

Thanks to the immediacy of the Internet and the spirit and resolve of the Egyptian people, it did not take them years to overthrow their King George: they only needed seventeen days. Read More »

Supreme Court Justices: The Next Reality TV Stars

Would you want to try a case before a Supreme Court composed of Justices who have lives resembling the Real Housewives of Atlanta? Read More »

Only in America: How to Meet Ronald Reagan, Tour Richard Nixon’s Limousine, and See the White House Built in a Day

Thoughts on a few things which could happen, well, only in America. Read More »

A Sad Optimist Cries Yet Again: A Pox on all Your Houses

Amidst the fear, the anger, the apprehension, we can take heart that our politicians are blithering idiots — as are we. Read More »

Ode to Our Filthy Founding Fathers

Our Founding Fathers lived in a filthy, disease-ridden world full of body odor and disease. They were the unwashed! 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 »