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History doesn’t just repeat itself. Sometimes it invents itself. There is a popular story that when the Japanese attacked the US Pacific fleet at Pearl Harbor, the President and his protectors were in search of a car that could safely protect hm on the way from meeting to meeting. By this time in America, the […]

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Tinker Tailor Soldier Professional Baseball Player. The Incredible Story of Moe Berg.

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  He was probably the best educated professional baseball player in history, with degrees from Princeton and Columbia University, which at the time was quite an accomplishment given that he was a poor Jewish kid from the inner city at a time when antisemitism kept Jews out of prime schools in America. His expertise lay […]

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Bigotry Is The Wet Nurse Of Torture.

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  The President desires to know in the fullest and most circumstantial manner all the facts…for the very reason that the President intends to back up the Army in the heartiest fashion in every lawful and legitimate method of doing its work. He also intends to see that the most vigorous care is extended to […]

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Excogitating On The Eastern Front

October 3, 2010

Churchill and Stalin did not trust each other. Certainly it was stupendously important that the Russian leader fought with the Allies and did so ferociously. Churchill was a student of history and with his access to the finest intelligence services the west could provide he knew what had happened in the 1930s. He knew that […]

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Teddy Roosevelt’s Bigfoot

September 24, 2010

Theodore Roosevelt wrote a book called Wildeness Hunter. It’s free on many ebook sites. This is his Bigfoot story. “Frontiersmen are not, as a rule, apt to be very superstitious. They lead lives too hard and practical, and have too little imagination in things spiritual and supernatural. I have heard but few ghost stories while […]

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