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7-15-2018

As stated in earlier writings, technology has advanced from the stone ax to information being delivered by a myriad of sources. While we have advanced technologically, some still harbor a barbaric mindset because human behavior has not improved along with technology. I have made repeated predictions that came true; not because I am clairvoyant but because I study history. History tells me that human behavior is the same since the cave man day. Liberalism (Communism), has become so unhinged, so aggressive, that harassment, physical assault and even assassination has been endorsed by the Left. Seeing this development made me write a short story predicting what can happen when conservatism is pushed too far and a backlash results – as villagers may have done in the Dark Ages after being repeatedly plundered by evil hordes. Published in the book “Ten Stories and Falling” in 2016 it addresses that possibility. Because of its relevance I now submit the four chapter story for your perusal. The Title is “2020”. Click the link and you may digest its message. CGK

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"Wiping out religion is only okay if you replace it with some semblance of a moral code. What we witness from the Left today illustrates the problem"

Watching the English protest Trump is proof that “Stupid” has no borders”
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History - Better Studied Than Ignored  

History is the great arbiter of time. Use the links to see a variety of historical events since the founding of our country and for us to better understand our nation, our government and our culture. The Links below cover Historical Periods with a Supplements Link for additional learning resources about American History

1700 thru 1813
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Revolution - More than one issue in the 13 colonies caused people to rise up against the British throne. One reason lost to most Americans is the fact that Britain bore the cost of sending troops to the Americas to fight in the French and 
Indian War. The unpopular tax acts passed by the British Crown was in part to recover those costs. But many colonists would have no part of it.    Wars and Nation BuildingThere are two distinctions to this U.S. war. One, the  impressment of U.S. sailors by British ships lent to the harsh feelings towards the British Crown. Second, it was a war declared by our government against a foreign power.

1813 thru 1890
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War With Mexico - Events in the mid-1800's shaped what our national boundaries were to become. Much in the way of land spoils came as a result of the Mexican American conflict. Brother Against Brother - Our Civil War sometimes pitted brother against brother. While Slavery is seen as a primary force for the Union, many other economic factors predicated this American upheaval.

1891 thru 1940
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American Troops Abroad - 
Spain dominated Cuba in the late 19th century. Spurred by tales against the population by their Spanish overlords, it took an explosion on the battleship Maine to catapult our country into conflict. The War to End All Wars - A Bosnian student changed history one day in 1914 by assassinating a member of German royalty and his wife. The resulting war produced some of the most horrific weapons used in conflict and killed millions of Europe's young men. Social Management - The act of making alcohol illegal was an effort to place controls on an American society. See how the experiment went. Having grown up on Chicago's south side, tales of parents and friend's parents involvement in this era was the norm for the Webmaster. The Big Crash - The stock market crash of '29 may have been the instigator of the Depression but economic policies made it more prolonged. See what your grandparents endured to give us a better life.

Webmaster Publications

       
 Kellerman's Five of A Kind - I Am Not Alone - I Saw It Coming - Groupthink vs. Truth - 2017 - My Year as a Conservative Refugee

        
A Drawn Out Affair - Ten Stories and Falling - Tales of a Hoosier Boy and Decades On - Margaret - Trilogy of a Hoosier Boy

1940's thru 1950's
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World War II -  The War to end all wars, World War I, was only one generation in the past when the next global conflict erupted. Within about four years the United States had primarily contributed to the defeat of Germany and Japan on opposite sides of the globe. The Boom - War over and many soldiers coming home. Results: baby boom and our economy bursting at the seams.

1950's thru 1975
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The Cold War - After World War II the regional spoils of Europe were overseen by the U.S., Britain and Russia. The futures of the areas overseen were vastly different. Changes in the 60's - I graduated High School and got married during the turbulent 60's. My friends went to Woodstock, I went to the Altar. Viet Nam - The Communist Threat reared up first shortly after World War II. After the French were driven from this Asian battleground, American President's committed America to another War.

1975 thru Present
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Bosnian War - Unknown to many, the United States has sent troops to protect Muslims in this region, plus Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Afghanistan. The Gulf War and Iraqi Freedom - Under George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush, American troops entered Iraq. The first conflict I agreed with, the second I did not. War in Afghanistan - After America witnessed planes flying into the twin towers, the pentagon and into a Pennsylvania field, someone needed a butt kickin'. We are still there fighting.

 

"There are two primary elements to the downfall of a nation; evil leadership and ignorant followers."
CGK (For a brilliant narrative on what is happening in America today, please read this by Daniel Greenfield)

 

 

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When I first started interviewing people about the Military and our Veterans, Dennis was my first interview. Click here for my interview of Dennis Reich when he worked to promote "Wreaths Across America" for American Veterans