I never thought that I’d find myself agreeing with James George Janos on anything.
Howling from the Heartland
On Monday, we officially celebrated Columbus Day.
Have you ever wondered why back-to-school season coincides with “flu season?” Part of the reason has to do with children moving from an environment where they spend a good deal of time in their own home or o
Let’s face it. The study of economics is boring. The subject has been called the unsocial, non-scientific social science. Yet, economics may form the most essential part of society.
“Be with me, Beauty, for the fire is dying;
My dog and I are old, too old for roving.
Man, whose young passion set the spindrift flying,
“The only way to win World War III is to prevent it.”
— President Dwight David Eisenhower
Beginning in 1763, Charles Mason, a British astronomer, and Jeremiah Dixon, a British surveyor and amateur astronomer, began mapping out the line of demarcation between slave states and free states.