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Amerinomics, Part Three: The Golden Era of the American System

From the days of Abraham Lincoln to William McKinley, the American system defined first-world nationhood. Read More »

Theatre Review (Pasadena): Lincoln:An American Story by Hersey Felder at the Pasadena Playhouse.

Felder has once again created a gem in his telling of story of the Lincoln assassination as witnessed by a young doctor. Read More »

Book Review: When General Grant Expelled the Jews by Jonathan D. Sarna

On 17 December, 1862 Major-General Ulysses S. Grant issued his infamous General Order No. 11 expelling all Jews from his military district. Read More »

OWS: The Prospects

It’s my considered opinion that unless OWS becomes injected with a brand-new life force and spirit, it has pretty much exhausted itself by now. Read More »

Abraham Lincoln and the Fight Against Global Hunger

It was fitting that one of the food trains for peace back in 1948 was named after Lincoln. 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 »

Abraham Lincoln: Biggest Fraud in American History

The 150th anniversary of Lincoln's first inaugural is a good time to re-evaluate the Great Emancipator's record. Read More »

Some Variations Upon the ICC and the Bemba Trial

Or why we should and must examine the roots of slavery a little more closely. Read More »

Book Review: A Renegade History of the United States by Thaddeus Russell

Renegade: an individual who rejects lawful or conventional behavior. Read More »

Theatre Review (NYC): An Error of the Moon by Luigi Creatore on Theatre Row

Play postulates on Edwin Booth's involvement with the Lincoln assassination. Read More »