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The Decline of the American Housewife

The American housewife, to many, had long been a symbol of stability in the family. Fathers go to work and earn the family living wage.  Children go to school and learn to continue keeping the American family wheel moving.  This … Continue reading

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Parallel PM’s ? One’s Latest Observation

Leo Varadkar, the newly appointed Taoiseach, or Prime Minister, of Ireland, reminds us of another Prime Minster of the Irish Republic, whom also had an Irish mother and a foreign-born father.  Born in the United States, this other Prime Minister … Continue reading

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A Female Pope?

La Popessa.  Many are not too familiar with this name.  But it is quite possibly that this name is of incredibly great historical value in regards to the fall of the Third Reich and beyond.  She served Nuncio Eugenio Pacelli, … Continue reading

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The Few Who Got Away

The Watergate Scandal is still an interesting event to this day.  In 2002, I did a History Day project in 8th grade about Watergate.  It made it to the local finals, but didn’t make it to the nationals.  In the … Continue reading

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Satan’s Pediatrician, 2017 Edition

What makes society so rebellious? Many traditionalists like to blame the popular culture.  A lot of anti-secularists feel it is the pursuit of proving whether or not Alfred Kinsey’s absurd theory of sexuality was right.  However, simple research proves that … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Preachers: Revisited

When I was in school, I was taught that Martin Luther King Jr.’s role model was Mahatma Gandhi.  Judging by the way he helped organize the Montgomery Bus Boycott, many have thought he was   It turns out I was … Continue reading

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The Sacrificial Lamb and The Needed President

  While many consider the Kennedy Assassination to be a tragedy, I consider it to be both a tragedy and evidence of God.  It is true that John F. Kennedy came from a Catholic family which was discriminated from joining … Continue reading

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