American history

American history

Jim Bowie: The Man Behind the Legend

Jim Bowie, public domain.
Old West Tales by Mustang Was Jim Bowie a hero of Texas, or a man who was simply trapped by his circumstances?  Was he a killer, or simply a man of his time who was willing and able to defend himself in a scrape?  Was he a fraudster, a ...
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Army Air Corps, WWII, “OK Boys, Put Some Clothes on those Girls”

“Ok boys, put some clothes on those girls.  We’re going home!” Apparently no one worried about nose art on the bombers…over there. (I don’t know who originally wrote this, but it was provided by one of our regular contributors, Ray Kasey, of New Jersey. Did you know that more airmen died in WWII ...
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“Your Facts are not True” Student CONFRONTS Dinesh D’Souza, Gets SCHOOLED (video)

What is wrong with the mis-education of America, you might ask?  See for yourself.   Published on YouTube February 19, 2019 by  True Liberty “Your Facts are not True” Student CONFRONTS Dinesh D’Souza, Gets SCHOOLED ...
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Billy Dixon

Old West Tales by Mustang … and the Buffalo Wallow Fight The Great Plains region of the United States and Canada is a broad expanse of flat and undulating land that includes such features as prairie, steppes, and grasslands. It begins just west of the Mississippi River tallgrass prairie region and ...
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The Red River War

Old West Tales by Mustang Long before the arrival of Anglo-American settlers, the people of the Great Plains had evolved into a nomadic form of existence.  Their pace of movement generally mirrored that of their primary food source, and because humans cannot exist without water, they never placed themselves ...
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Black Fla. lawmaker proposes bill protecting Confederate statues

I imagine Florida Progressives blowing a gasket over Florida Republican state Rep. Mike Hill’s (above) refusal to tow the outlandish line that Confederate monuments, which  are a part of American history, like it or not, should be desecrated and removed from sight. Hill is on the right side of history.  ...
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Fighting Big Education, Part II, the Framework

So that backward glance to the 1960s reveals that what we thought was just a blip in our history— Yankee imperialism, force-feeding Christianity on non-Christian cultures (trust me, I heard it all), and the best gag of all, our warmongering being forced on a culture of youth who only wanted ...
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Seriously, but not Literally

Five hundred plus days since President Donald J. Trump exited the 2016 presidential election the victor, to the shock of NeverTrumpers, Communists, the Marxist comrades in government and clueless snowflakes still trying to come to grips with the loss of the chosen candidate yet still in “what happened” mode, ...
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