Two Battles that Made America you probably never heard of

Thus the popular view of the American frontier as a brutal struggle for survival between whites and indigenous peoples is false. In reality, the indigenous peoples were usually incapable of resisting American military power. Thus the clearing of the frontier was a government project implemented by professional soldiers not a struggle by settlers.

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Joe Biden is closer to FDR than You Think

 
The similarities between the true Franklin Roosevelt and Joe Biden are striking. However, most modern observers will not understand those similarities.

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Does Decadent 18th Century Britain show us Decadent 21st Century America’s Future?

 
The parallels between 18th Century Britain and 21st Century America are striking. Similarities between the two countries include incredible levels of political corruption, vast income inequality, technological progress, military bungling, and incredible economic and geographical expansion.

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America 2020 is France 1968

The uprising on America’s streets is straight out of 1968; France 1968. The similarities between America 2020 and France 1968

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How will the Riots affect the Presidential Election?

To elaborate, voters blame the party in power and punish it for civil unrest. There is a political pattern of voters blaming politicians in office, particularly presidents, for riots and burning cities.  

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Lessons you can learn from Winston Churchill

One reason many people hate politicians; and other leaders, is their tendency to lie even in the face of ugly realities. Conversely, one of Churchill’s greatest strengths was his ability to discuss horrendous truths.

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Essential Workers are Cannon Fodder in the Coronavirus War

History shows that America’s leaders’ decision to use their fellow citizens as cannon fodder will have horrific consequences. A probable consequence of the cannon fodder policy will be the collapse of the current political and economic order in the United States.

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The Origins of the French and Indian War

In reality, the western lands were still in Native Hands, but legally they were French. The legal fiction of French Sovereignty served the needs of the Indians because it obligated the French Crown to protect the natives from British attack.

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