Drowned Dead

Women’s rights in Nazi Germany during World War II were considerably different from women’s rights now. They were generally unable to join the army or be elected or appointed to positions of political power. Marie was an outlier. In the early 1940s, Marie became a field officer. Marie was clever, intelligent, brave, and stunning, but … Read more

President Trump wants to drain the swamp…

[su_row][su_column size=”1/2″ center=”no” class=””] President Trump is asking everyone to forward this email to a minimum of 20 people, and to ask each of those to do likewise. In three days, most people in the United States will have the message. This is an idea that should be passed around, regardless of political party. The … Read more

Farewell To England

This is an interesting list of Islamic accomplishments in that country that I thought might give you a better understanding of the insidiousness of Hijrah; that’s the takeover of a nation without going to war. Don’t think for a moment that America is not a target or that there are no American cities where Islamic … Read more

Johnny’s Last Dance: The Dead Soldier’s Waltz

Within an hour of my arrival at Fort Union, my new post, my best friend Johnny came to the barracks with a broad grin and a friendly clout on the shoulder. He’d hurried over as soon as he heard I had come, and we talked ’til sunset and beyond. As soon as Johnny mentioned Celia’s … Read more

Civil War Bullet Baby

The article is from THE AMERICAN MEDICAL WEEKLY, 1(19):233-234 (Nov. 7, 1874) ATTENTION GYNECOLOGISTS! –NOTES FROM THE DIARY OF A FIELD AND HOSPITAL SURGEON, C.S.A. by L.G. Capers, M.D., Vicksburg, Miss. How common it is now-a-days, and how natural, too, for men to tell wonderful stories about "the war"; their desperate charges; hair-breadth escapes; numbers … Read more