Category Archives: History

Kamala Tells a Whopper and Gets Caught

by Jack During the VP debate, Kamala Harris claimed that ol’ Honest Abe refused to nominate a Supreme Court justice ahead of an election because it “wasn’t the right thing to do.”  Harris said Lincoln refused to taint the court with … Continue reading

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The Best Military Rifle of All Time

by Jack The Mauser K98 is not #1., it could be in first place, if we were limiting the selection to bolt action rifles, but this is the unlimited class, no holds barred, all round best of the best. Without … Continue reading

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Bet You Had No Idea – True Video

posted by Jack The vote need to be unanimous, but there was one Russian dissenter among the three men and because of his refusal to fire, WW3 was put on hold indefinitely.   Watch the true story of the Cuban Missile Crisis … Continue reading

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Liberals Kill Nancy Green’s Legacy

by Jack Nancy Green’s story is one that could only have been written in America.  A true rags to riches story and an inspiration to anyone facing great adversity.   Her story is about to be lost because of the … Continue reading

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Project 1619 – Explaining Why There is a Growing Racial Divide in America

Posted by Jack Project 1619 began it’s life as a series of magazine articles by the New York Times on the history and impact of slavery in America.  It was in 1619 when the first slaves arrived in the Virginia … Continue reading

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Memorial Day and What it Means

by Jack Twice a year we honor our military.  One is called Veterans Day.  It is celebrated out of appreciation for all who wore the uniform with honor.  The other is Memorial Day.  You don’t wish a vet a happy … Continue reading

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On this Day Amelia Earhart Began Her Around the World Flight

by Jack On this day in 1937, Amelia Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan, set off on a record breaking flight around the world.  Her aircraft was a state of the art twin engine Lockheed Electra. They were presumed lost … Continue reading

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Today in History

On this day in 1913, Suffragettes marched on the capitol in Washington DC, demanding the right to vote.  At the time the democrat party officials were the most vocal opponents for suffrage.  The republican party, of course, was highly supportive … Continue reading

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