I’m guessing that not many, at least in this century, have read one of George Orwell’s best works. No, I’m not talking about
A Short Examination of Isolationism Read President George Washington’s words from his 1796 farewell address: “Why forego the
We don’t like to admit it, but humans are creatures of habit. Essentially, that’s what the study of history is: Studying
In 1976, the federal Government in the Sunshine Act was passed, part of a series of acts that sought to bring out in the open
Over the last thirty nine years of studying history and politics, I’ve come to understand a few things. It seems the longer I
Nonage. A period of immaturity or youth. That is the dictionary definition of a word that features prominently in one of the
I watched the State of the Union last night, as I always do. Call it what you will; patriotic duty, curiosity, or simply
Here is a short piece that I wrote regarding the United States and Independence Day.