Archive for July, 2010
Let’s keep it going!
Ignorance doesn’t cut it.
War with Sebastion Junger.
More history from Tiffany Jones Miller: Our debt crisis, in sum, has everything to do with the transformation of morality and government effected by the late-19th- and early-20th-century Progressive movement. Far from being largely ineffectual reformers, the Progressive academics who articulated the new conception of Freedom and the “positive” State, outlined above, were also the [...]
The only surviving sound film of George Gershwin at the piano — playing at the old Manhattan Theater (now the Ed Sullivan Theater) in New York:
First video of an American President — Calvin Coolidge in 1924 on the White House grounds:
Justice Clarence Thomas is one of our greatest Justices — of all time: It wasn’t the first time Clarence Thomas weighed in on America’s long and bloody history of racism—and it wouldn’t be the last. In his concurring opinion last month in the landmark gun rights case McDonald v. Chicago, Thomas held that the right [...]