Tag Archives: History

Dixieland Remembers

The South Keith Olbermann drew my attention to a small piece of good news tonight. I was watching Countdown when Olbermann had a segment in which he furiously denounced the sesquicentennial of the Civil War. Next year, the Sons of … Continue reading

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Cracking Colorado

Colorado The defeat of Tom Tancredo in the Colorado Governor race was the bitterest pill to swallow of the midterm elections. The loss of Tea Party candidate Ken Buck added to the sense of disappointment. Upon closer inspection, Colorado wasn’t … Continue reading

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Review: Civilization and Its Enemies

Stone Mountain, 2003 Even if I disagree with his conclusions, it is always a pleasure to read a Lee Harris book. I never fail to learn something new. After reviewing¬†The Next American Civil War in August, I decided to go … Continue reading

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Jacksonian America

Clinton Country In The Weekly Standard, ¬†Jay Cost draws my attention to an article by Sean Trende published last year at RealClearPolitics about the demise of the Clinton coalition. A year later, this process is far more advanced than it … Continue reading

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Review: American Insurgents, American Patriots

British North America, 1773-1776 T.H. Breen has written a fascinating account of the American Revolution. The story he tells in his new book, American Insurgents, American Patriots: The Revolution of the People, has been expunged from the historical record. This … Continue reading

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