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Happy Constitution Day!

By John Biver

Here’s the opening of the Wikipedia entry: Constitution Day (or Citizenship Day) is an American federal observance that recognizes the adoption of the United States Constitution and those who have become U.S. citizens. It…

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Parker Lee ‘Chip’ Gerdes, RIP

By John Biver

Like many people, I considered Chip Gerdes a friend. He died Monday morning of an apparent heart attack at his home in Quincy, Illinois. He was 42 years old and leaves behind a wife…

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Donna Brazile, George W. Bush, and the truth about Hurricane Katrina

By John Biver

Anyone getting their news from sources outside the Old Media back in 2005 already knew the facts surrounding Katrina. From the Washington Times: One day after a beautiful ceremony commemorating the George W. Bush presidential library, a bombshell was dropped by one of his former fiercest political opponents. Donna Brazile wrote a column praising President Bush for his handling of Hurricane Katrina. […]

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Patton: The Warrior, the Myth, and the Legacy

By John Biver

Sixty-seven years ago today General George S. Patton died as a result of injuries sustained in a minor automobile accident. An interesting article commemorating the day is posted at CommandPosts.com. Here’s an excerpt: Patton…

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The untold story of history: American political psychopaths (Part 3)

By John Biver

To close out this look at political psychopathy, in a nutshell, psychopathic tendencies should be of “significant concern to society.” If only we could require brain scans of all candidates, consultants and staff. At least then we’d know what we’re dealing with. This is from Jonathan Zap’s article at RealitySandwich.com […]

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