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Book Review: It’s Even Worse Than It Looks

It’s Even Worse Than It Looks, by Thomas E. Mann and Norman J. Ornstein This book is not good, to put it very mildly.  It is, however, a type of bad book that deserves attention because it is bad mainly … Continue reading

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Loyalty Day: A Forgotten Holiday

In stark contrast to much of the world, the United States does not celebrate May 1st as Labor Day [1]. May Day has traditionally been associated with anarchy and social unrest, and not much has changed there, as May Day … Continue reading

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Book Review: The War For Korea, 1945-1950

The War For Korea, 1945-1950: A House Burning, by Allan R. Millet Success has a million helpers, but failure is an orphan. It is a telling sign of the author’s modesty and ambition that his book begins with a lengthy … Continue reading

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