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Daily Archives: March 26, 2014
In California, young newspaperman Sam Clemens fell in with Bret Harte and otherself-styled Bohemians, and together they discovered the American voice. “All modern American literature comes from one book by Mark Twain called Huckleberry Finn,” Ernest Hemingway wrote in 1935, … Continue reading
asldkfjlk Drug war by the numbers (Infographic) Here’s the cost of the US government’s drug strategy, in prisoners, dollars and trends.
If ever there was a poster child for the deceitful and dangerous relationship that many US government officials and advisers have with communist China, this is it. Theodore H. Moran played the dual role of offering advise to the US … Continue reading
COLUMBUS, Ohio — CLIMATOLOGISTS call it the Little Ice Age; historians, the General Crisis.—During the 17th century, longer winters and cooler summers disrupted growing seasons and destroyed harvests across Europe. It was the coldest century in a period of glacial expansion … Continue reading