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1. Through stories.

2. Through education.

3. By catching the once domestic wild
hogs before they uproot the entire
front and back yard.
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The Death of Keynesianism

Via Carpe Diem, an excellent article on the last recession from Calafia Beach Pundit:

Despite assurances from politicians and most economists of Keynesian persuasion, not only did the biggest and most rapid increase in our federal debt burden since WW II fail to boost the economy, it coincided with the weakest recovery in history—growth of only 2.2% per year on average.

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In the jailhouse.

Of particular interest to history  and old west buffs, along the western half of Oklahoma’s Route 66 trek three frontier jails from the late territorial days still stand. 123 more words


An Historical Dilemma

Every subject has its challenges, but history may be the most challenging of all.

There’s always more history. I can think of no other subject where this is true. 687 more words

Random Thoughts

Please Welcome Author and Speaker Karen Magill!!

Hi everyone!

We have a special treat today. Author and speaker Karen Magill is in the house!!  Woot!!  She has some exciting news to share with us too. 750 more words

St Symphorien Military Cemetery

Readers of this blog will know I have an all consuming interest in WW1 history – I am no expert but it is a slice of global history that fascinates me. 276 more words

Christopher Macgowan