This Week on The Reactionaries Speak Radio Program: Freedom. What does it really mean? Is it in our nature to be free? Or is it too much for society to bear? Join The Panel @luchdora41 @noway90 @thestamma @gulfdogs @reactionariez Tin … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: The Reactionaries Speak Radio Program 5-23-2013
This Week on The Reactionaries Speak Radio Program: Scandals? Smoke Screens? What’s Really Going On? Join The Panel @luchdora41 @noway90 @thestamma @gulfdogs @reactionariez Tin Foil Hat 3rd hour? Shiny side down, listeners! Now available on stitcher! www.stitcher.com . . . → Read More: The Reactionaries Speak Radio Program 5-17-2013
This book is part biography and part social and political history. Quitt draws on previously untapped sources to try to do justice to a complex man now little more than a footnote to history. The irony is that, in his time, Douglas was widely admired and thought much more likely to ascend to the presidency than the man whose election relegated him to the shadows. If Douglas is remembered at all, it is for debating Lincoln in 1858 when Lincoln ran for Douglas’s Senate seat. . . . → Read More: Stephen A. Douglas and Antebellum Democracy By Martin H Quitt
Human trafficking for the sex industry is a lot more common than you think, and the victims are often minors. This is an unimaginable horror that plagues our society, and thanks to a shortage of mainstream, national reporting, stays in the shadows. “Section 1. Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime
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This Week on The Reactionaries Speak Radio Program: The Return Of Walt Fitzgerald USN Retired – Surface warfare – qualified for command-at-sea – Naval parachutist Distinguished Military Graduate (#3 for leadership) United States Naval Academy at Annapolis Class of 1975 … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: The Reactionaries Speak Radio Program 5-10-2013
When I was became interested in public policy, I thought Jimmy Carter was the epitome of a bad President. But as I began to learn economics, I realized that Richard Nixon and Lyndon Johnson also were terrible and belong in the Hall of Fame of bad Presidents. And the more I studied economics and public […] . . . → Read More: Which Presidents Are Right about Government, George Washington and Thomas Jefferson or Woodrow Wilson and Barack Obama?