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A Revolutionary Idea

It was either the Fort Lyons Preservation Society guy that my Civil War discussion group met on a tour of the DC forts, or it was all the history things I follow on facebook posting things. 1,288 more words

"Whig"in Out: The Demise of the Republican Party

Ask the average person do you know about the Whig Party and you will get a blank stare. They don’t know about it because it doesn’t exist anymore. 1,053 more words


The End of American Dreyfusardism

I’ve mentioned before that this country enjoys the distinction as the world’s first Dreyfusard nation.

In many respects, we were inoculated against the anti-Dreyfusard… 344 more words

Jim Langcuster

May the Fourth Be with You!

Happy Star Wars Day! I hope you’re all having a grand time watching the movies…you lucky sods who own the DVDs and the televisions to play them on. 53 more words

Wandering around lower Manhattan--

Lower Manhattan…revolutionary New York…waaaaay downtown. . .whatever you want to call this section of New York City there is no denying that it is a fascinating place to wander around.   190 more words

New York City

The Tooth (fiction)

The tooth stood upright in the dead center of the table, observed by two pair of eyes. One set studied it in near Talmudic study, which was Jim who also happened to be the one who picked it up. 1,057 more words

Chaos Magick

George Washington hung out here--

BOOM!  This is quite possibly the oldest pub in all of New York City: Fraunces Tavern located on Pearl Street in lower Manhattan.  The building dates back to the 18th century…the floor boards look like they come from the 19th century…the lighting fixtures are all 20th century…and the fabulous beer tap system is definitely high-tech 21st century stuff–most wonderful!   208 more words

New York City