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Thomas DiLorenzo: He Predicted What America Would Become – LewRockwell.com

In 1899 the great libertarian scholar William Graham Scholar of Yale University delivered a speech in which he warned that the Spanish-American War was a crossing-the-Rubicon event in the nation’s history that had finally transformed the nation from a constitutional … Continue reading

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U.S. Still Making Payments to Relatives of Civil War Vets (143 Years Later, V.A. Still Pays Out)

U.S. Still Making Payments to Relatives of Civil War Vets (143 Years Later, V.A. Still Pays Out)   Breitbart ^ | 21 Mar 2013, | Wynton Hall   Posted on Thursday, March 21, 2013 9:51:06 PM by DogByte6RER   civil … Continue reading

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Sixty Years Later: Why Am I a Veteran? by Larry Martines

In January 1953, I was separated from the army after having served two years as a draftee during the Korean, so-called, police action. Back then, I simply did what my three older brothers did during WWII, and what my father … Continue reading

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American imperialism – (“Thomas Jefferson, in the 1780s, awaited the fall of the Spanish empire until “our population can be sufficiently advanced to gain it from them piece by piece.”[5][6] In turn, historian Sidney Lens notes that “the urge for expansion – at the expense of other peoples – goes back to the beginnings of the United States itself.””) ~ Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Imperialism and empire Further information: Modern empires, Overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii, History of the Philippines (1898–1946), and Philippine–American War On the cover of Puck published on April 6, 1901, in the wake of gainful victory in the Spanish–American … Continue reading

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American imperialism – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Imperialism and empire Further information: Modern empires, Overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii, History of the Philippines (1898–1946), and Philippine–American War On the cover of Puck published on April 6, 1901, in the wake of gainful victory in the Spanish–American … Continue reading

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(“If There is a Satan, His Home is America”) Let it Begin Here, the American Armageddon | Veterans Today

If There is a Satan, His Home is America By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor There are no people in the world like Americans. Americans love their country so much and have, because of that blinded love, Americans have become, if … Continue reading

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America is an imperialist nation « Blue Linchpin

I’m tired of this myth that America is and has always been a paragon of freedom, a beacon of light, purely innocent and purely good in the world. Americans naturally object to the idea that their nation has historically been … Continue reading

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