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A Reflection after Reading FDR and the Jews

It has been a long time since I have posted to my blog. Let me begin with… I teach International Baccalaureate History of the Americas and International Baccalaureate Economics. 687 more words


M. Stanton Evans: An Intellectual Giant and Great Anti-Communist

I was just brought to my attention that conservative journalist M. Stanton Evans has passed away. He was 80.

I wish more members of my generation were familiar with Stan’s accomplishments and impressive contributions to the conservative movement like I was. 442 more words


The More Things Change

The more things change, the more they stay the same. The old adage can be applied to many things, but it is our president and our politicians that I’m concerned with. 525 more words

March 1, 1945: Surrendering the Chance for Peace

Freedom for millions of people and wars without end were almost guaranteed when President Roosevelt completed his trip to Yalta and came home . In a joint session to the Congress on March 1 1945, President Roosevelt reported informally about the results of the recent Conference at Yalta. 685 more words

American History


I love secrets.  I know quite a few. We all have a couple tucked away in our memory bank.

Maybe it’s about a family member, a co-worker, a friend who turned to you and trusted you enough to share.  587 more words

Random Musings

Alders Back Domestic Worker Bill of Rights

She couldn’t stop for lunch, or even take a short break.

At the $4 an hour-the most that she was paid to clean houses-Maria Lima, a Brazilian immigrant, had to take a second job tending bar for four nights a week in order provide for her two children. 901 more words