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Lost and Found - April 23rd Edition

What to remember about April 23rd…

  • 1564  English poet and dramatist William Shakespeare is born in Stratford-on-Avon (traditional); dies on same date in 1616
  • 1778  John Paul Jones leads 30 volunteers from USS…
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The Work of the Spirit in Convincing the Conscience

Taken and adapted from, “The Office and Work of the Holy Spirit”
Written by, James Buchanan

IT is part of the Spirit’s work to convince the soul of its sinfulness. 14,624 more words

For My Zilsel Friends, Gordon Tullock and Public Choice: The Dissenter as Gadfly

I. Gordon Tullock and Joseph Agassi- A Brief Digression.  

In the course of talking with Joseph on the first day of my questioning of him, I mentioned Gordon Tullock. 1,048 more words

History Of Economic Thought

Glampground Reviews:  Ye Olde Mill Family Campground and Historic Grist Mill, Burnt Cabins, PA

Ahh, April camping!

The sun is still low on the horizon, the mornings are brisk, frost covers the windows of our tow vehicle, and the mostly empty campgrounds give us freedom to roam far and wide. 564 more words

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When A Party Divides: The Democrats in 1860

This masterly drawing from 1860 captures the terror and ugliness of the break-up of the then-dominant Democratic party.  At the time, the Democrats were by far the nation’s oldest political party.  743 more words


Interview: Mark Tooley, Author of 'The Peace That Almost Was: The Forgotten Story of the 1861 Washington Peace Conference and the Final Attempt to Avert the Civil War'

Mark Tooley is the president of the Institute of Religion and Democracy in Washington, D.C. This year marks his first visit to the Virginia Festival of the Book in Charlottesville, VA. 1,129 more words


Achilles Radial Driver, James Buchanan competed in the New Zealand International Rally Cross at Mount Maunganui in February. James said it was a fun and challenging event to drive,  with a mix of dirt and concrete. 10 more words