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Final House Ratings!
Volume 25: Back to the House
Volume 24: The 2018 Election, Who Projected It Best?
18th Century England
World War 1
World War II
Volume 23: 1918, An Alternative History
“It has been a close run thing – the nearest run thing you ever saw in your life,” – Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington.
Volume 20: Secession
I am loath to close. We are not enemies, but friends. We must not be enemies. Though passion may have strained it must not break our bonds o
Volume 18: Robert E. Lee
“Obedience to lawful authority is the foundation of manly character.”
Volume 17: Campaign Finance
We can tell an entire history of the United States, parallel to the one you learned in high school, looking only at how money affects politi
Volume 15: Gerrymandering
Politics is a game of power, those who have it and those who want it. But we can hope that this power is used, at least occasionally, to ful
D-Day + 73 years
Waking up this morning, June 6th, something made myself ask the question: how many are still alive who landed in Normandy on D-Day?...
Volume 14: Game Theory and the Nuclear Age
This Volume will prominently feature death, destruction, fallout, nuclear winters and the end of the human race.
Two Alabama Governors
Siegelman spent more than five years in prison before being released on probation in February 2017.
Volume 11: Congress: The World's Most Dysfunctional Family
When your approval ratings have been hovering between 10 and 20 percent for nearly a decade, you might want to change things up a bit.
Can the Federal Government Make You Buy Broccoli?
So in our pieces on the Affordable Care Act, I've mercifully avoided discussing the various court cases on the topic. But I was thinking...