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Yesterday in History XVIII

Richard Nixon Announces His Resignation (August 8, 1974) On This Day in 1974: U.S. president Richard Nixon announces his resignation following the Watergate scandal. It’s hard to believe that this event was 48 years ago. Sometimes, it feels like yesterday. … Continue reading

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When It Comes to American Voters…

Democrats Have Lost Their Way Let me first say this: I am totally uninterested in American politics. (Who laughed at that statement?) And, although my own political leanings are a little left of centre, I can see when something is … Continue reading

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He Wasn’t Called “Tricky Dicky” for Nothing

Richard M Nixon (January 9, 1913 – April 22, 1994) I have a rather jaundiced view of this time period in American history. I was still young enough to be an idealist, and I had a decidedly (small ‘l’) liberal … Continue reading

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The Party on the Left is Now the Party on the Right

Birth of the Republican Party (March 20, 1854) After writing about Warren Harding yesterday afternoon, I began to remind myself that the Republican Party was a progressive platform to abolish slavery, or, at least, to limit its use in the … Continue reading

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Government: By the People for the People?

Aristocracy vs Liberty Phineas Quimby was a very opinionated man. And having witnessed first-hand the American Civil War meant that he based his thinking on what he saw going on around him. Politically, he equated priests and doctors to the … Continue reading

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How the Democrats Killed the Republican President in 1865

John Wilkes Booth (May 10, 1838 – April 26, 1865) Doesn’t it seem ironic to you that the ‘freedom’ party of the present could be the ones who wanted to keep slavery alive in the past, and the GOP (Grand … Continue reading

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Ah, That Clears Everything Up, to My Understanding

The United States of America is NOT a Democracy See, we’ve been viewing the States all wrong, since forever. It is supposed to be a servant of the people, not a government. Think SPQR, and you’ll finally get a glimpse … Continue reading

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What the Shift Happened?

David Wilcock’s Change of Focus In a discussion with a fellow-WordPress blogger yesterday, I realized that I haven’t expressly stated what my concern is about David Wilcock’s unsettling change of focus in 2017. Prior to that time, David had spent … Continue reading

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Uncomfortable Truth: Getting into Bed with the Devil…

The 2nd Impeachment of Donald Trump Yesterday’s proceedings in the Senate at the Capitol Building made for some very uncomfortable viewing. The videos, and police radio calls, were upsetting. It’s one thing to experience an insurrection from one’s personal point-of-view, … Continue reading

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Paranoia: Fairy Tales in the Modern Age

“I Understand the Concept of Politics, Now” Maybe I’m being cynical; maybe I’m being paranoid. Last Wednesday’s debacle in Washington, D.C. has made me take a serious look at the state of mind of a country at war with itself. … Continue reading

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