Category Archives: Civil War

ALL APPLE LEADERSHIP TRAGICALLY DROWN IN RIVER STUPID


The Apple-onians have decided to join K-Mart, eBay, Walmart, Amazon, etc. in taking the Mindless Leap into the River Stupid; in their case, it was by banning all Civil War game apps that contain the Confederate Southern Cross flag. I … Continue reading

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CIVIL WAR DIRTY SECRET? NOT QUITE.


It has long been fashionable for post-modern thinkers to “deconstruct” traditional “narratives” about historical events.  Generally, the purpose of the “deconstruction” has been to cast doubt on, or denigrate, the event or personage in question.  Example: Lincoln didn’t really fight … Continue reading

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UNFORESEEN AND POTENTIALLY DISASTROUS CONSEQUENCES


During the first session of the 36th United States Congress (1859-61) that frequently and acrimoniously debated slavery, secession and war, the Ohioan John Sherman, serving as Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, moved to slash a million dollars … Continue reading

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