Myths about the American Revolution you could believe

The idea of the Founders fighting for slavery is appealing to America-bashing leftists, but it is not history. Although the idea of the Constitution as a slave document is not original.

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The True Danger from 6 January 2021

Thus, January 6 was not an isolated event or a simple outburst. Instead, it was part of a cycle of escalating violence. The source of the rage and violence is all the misery, poverty, inequality, racism, abuse, and disrespect ordinary Americans are experiencing.

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Myths about the French Revolution

Confusingly, the Revolution did not begin on 14 July 1789 when a mob tore down the Bastille a notorious Paris prison. Yet, France celebrates the destruction of the Bastille as the beginning of the Revolution.

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Myths about the Fall of Constantinople

Hence, the true Byzantine Empire was long-dead by the time Mehmed’s Janissaries set up camp outside Constantinople’s walls. In fact, think in 1453, Constantinople was nothing but an Italian trading post in the ruins of the old Imperial Capitol.   

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The Other Casualty of the Vietnam War

Strangely, most Republicans were onboard with the effort to expand the welfare state. Indeed, Johnson’s successor, Richard M. Nixon (R-California) began with his administration with an ambitious welfare state expansion plan.

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Are Flash Mob Robberies the beginning of the Revolution?

I think these flash mob attacks are far more than mere robberies. I consider these loot fests a form of civil unrest directed against income inequality and capitalism. In other words, the flash mob robberies are class warfare.

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Frightening Similarities between the man who started the Civil War and Joe Biden

However, there is powerful evidence that the “experience” Buchanan offered was really nostalgia for an earlier and simpler time when Americans could settle differences through talk. Today, Biden’s experience is a code word for nostalgia for the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s when politicians could compromise over most issues. Biden is a relic of that era. Just as Buchanan was a relic of the era of compromise over slavery: the 1820s and 1830s.

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