So apparently ‘know it all’ extraordinaire Richard Dawkins decided to take a stroll into American History today and publicly espoused the following: If South’d won Civil War? Slaves would’ve soon […]
Yes, waving around a confederate flag makes you a complacent bystander (indeed, an enabler) of systemic racism in this country. One cannot claim ‘heritage’ contrary to racism and bigotry, because no history exists where a confederate flag meant something other than racism and bigotry. It is not only the symbol of racial violence and murder and cruelty, but a banner under which these atrocities were committed.
If it’s OK with the readership here, I’d like to get personal. Since I was a child, I’ve had this recurring dream—not every night, but it happens enough that I […]
So here is something completely different from the usual here. A few months back I began getting back into model miniatures, which has given me the opportunity to have some […]
Continuing on with a series of primary sources dealing with the battles of Lexington and Concord as we approach the anniversary, here are a few fictitious accounts of the battles […]
As we approach the anniversary of the Battles of Lexington and Concord, let me offer this eyewitness account from the British perspective. A few things struck me as interesting about […]
Good news everyone! The next annual volume from JAR is due out in a few months. I have three submissions in this one about which I’m very excited! Check out […]