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Heading for the Political Graveyard

As most readers know, London will elect a new mayor on May 5. One of the candidates will end up sitting pretty in City Hall while the others could be heading for the political graveyard. 154 more words


"Our Time Is Now": We Are Waiting No More, Ladies: From Abigail to Hillary

We are ladies in waiting no more, gentlemen. Tired of traveling third class to the revolution.

Heroines Harriet Tubman, Lucretia Mott, Alice Paul and Eleanor Roosevelt on the money herald the start of something big. 707 more words


Andrew Jackson, Who Fought Central Bank, Removed From $20 As “Public Concern For Liberty” Erased

By Mac Slavo

The War on Cash has many fronts.

The latest battle is for the face of the currency itself, and the central bankers, who control the front anyway, have imposed a symbolic defeat against the leaders in America’s past who have fought against the stranglehold of the money makers. 1,197 more words


Democratizing Hamilton

Last week, I spent an all-too-fast 33 hours in New York City. While there, I had the unbelievable chance to sell my first-born for a ticket to… 574 more words



Patience is Aaron Burr’s vice, as expressed in his now famous refrain, “wait for it, wait for it.”  But let’s be clear, Leslie Odom, Jr. (the actor who plays Burr in… 4,123 more words


A thing what I made

For the dozen or so other places I’ve posted this over the last three days, I just realized I hadn’t mentioned it here.

So I wrote a book… 290 more words

Famous Dead People

Broadway and Dead White Men and the Current Race

Once again we have been shut out of the Pulitzer Prizes, a slight we’re starting to take personally, but in looking over the mostly uninspiring list of this year’s winners we were tentatively pleased to note that someone named Lin-Manuel Miranda… 1,015 more words