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Animus in Consulendo Liber

On this day in 1994, in NATO’s first military action since its formation, U.S. fighter planes acting under United Nations sanction shoot down four Serbian…

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Empires Lost and Found

On February 10th, 1763, The Seven Years’ War, a global conflict known in America as the French and Indian War, ends with the signing of…

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We Didn’t Start the Fire

Despite the tone of many of my posts, I am, for the most part, a reasonable person. This is not by accident. As a salesman…

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In Infamy

On this day in 1941, “the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan.”…

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Far Too Many Americans Do Not Know These Truths About The US Constitution

It appears that a large percentage of American adults had not been paying attention when the Constitution was taught to them in school. Or perhaps they just never received a civics lesson.

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15 Miles on the Erie Canal

On this day in 1825, the Erie Canal opens, finally connecting the Great Lakes with the Atlantic Ocean via the Hudson River and a man-made…

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