Category Archives: History

Climate change – Global cooling?

DAILY EXPRESS UK snow forecast: Coldest winter in 100 YEARS as 3-month sub-zero freeze hits Britain BRITAIN is facing a possible three-month big-freeze amid warnings extreme Arctic conditions could see this winter leagued among the harshest of the past century. Sub-zero … Continue reading

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Today’s Twitter bits …

Starting out with something amusing. The Miracle of Birth, perhaps? Found this new artist rendering with an overhead view of the new south end zone project at DKR-TMS. Now I'm starting to get what the "Longhorn patio" looks like. pic.twitter.com/NgOVPiXDMa … Continue reading

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AG Bill Barr speaks to the Federalist’s Society about the importance of a strong Executive Branch

Very interesting speech about the history of the Executive Branch, why it was chosen by our founders, and how it makes a difference in the U.S. government, compared to – for example – the monarchial and parliamentary government in Britain, … Continue reading

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Climate Change: The Horrifying Great Lakes “White Hurricane” of 1913

A repeat post from long ago, a reminder that severe weather has been with us for a long time, particularly since this November’s severe weather has once again triggered the climate alarmists … I’m sure most of you have heard … Continue reading

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Loss of the Edmund Fitzgerald, November 10, 1975

Forty-four years today, the Edmund Fitzgerald sank to the bottom of Lake Superior, carrying 29 men to their deaths on Nov. 10, 1975.

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November 9, 1989: Fall of the Berlin Wall

Erich Honecker, East Germany’s head of state, had to resign on October 18, 1989. The new government prepared a new law to lift the travel restrictions for East German citizen. Thirty years ago, at 06.53 pm on November 9, 1989 … Continue reading

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The first celebration of Columbus Day

As usual, TARA ROSS explains the details behind our historical milestones. And as a wise person says, I don’t know exactly what Columbus did or not and I’m pretty sure that he wasn’t perfect. Not unlike the practices of slavery … Continue reading

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