Millennial History

By Steve Jackson

Millenial History Blog

Big Brother IRS

Most of the following blog is courtesy of the Epoch Times newspaper, a reliable source for factual information largely dealing with current events with historical

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Tom – Foolery

Talk about ingratitude. Students at the University of Virginia have become the latest young Americans to try to saw off the branch that they are

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Stop the Brainwashing

Crazy theories are destroying our schools. Classroom “safe spaces” are nothing more than indoctrination centers.”Race matching “—on the preposterous notion that students of color require

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Transgendered Innocents

Recent events at the Boston Children’s Hospital reveal the yawning gulf between the values of ordinary American parents and the decadent beliefs of a venal

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The New Population Bomb

 During my college years, everyone was worried about the”population explosion”. Paul Ehrlich’s book,” The Population Bomb” was gospel and a runaway bestseller. This premise led

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Climate Lies

The Inflation Reduction Act invests 369 billion dollars to take the most aggressive action ever, ever, ever to confront the climate crisis and strengthen our

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Educational Warfare

As parents prepare to send their children back to school, many will have to make decisions about their kids’ education that will not only put

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Trust Deficit

      Why don’t Americans trust the government and other institutions? Maybe it’s because the government and other institutions aren’t trustworthy. There’s certainly plenty

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Opting Out

“Suppose they gave a war and nobody came” That was a slogan of the 1960’s anti-war movement. Now it’s becoming a reality, at least for

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Enviro Fish Tale

This blog is credited to Humberto Fontova, an author and serious outdoorsman from New Orleans.The main idea to be gleaned from this essay is that

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Juneteenth

Most of this blog is courtesy of Deroy Murdock, a columnist I read regularly in the New York Post. He provides some background to the

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Stagflation Returns

  During the Carter Presidency in the 1970’s, we saw both runaway inflation and stagflation. Normally inflation occurs with a booming economy and low unemployment

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The Holy Devil

The Russian nation had been governed by a long series of tsarist dynasties stretching back hundreds of years with the final dynasty, the House of

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Wrong-Way Corrigan

Douglas Corrigan(1907-1995) was an American aviator nicknamed “Wrong Way” in1938. After a transcontinental flight in July from Long Beach, California to New York City, he

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Freemasons

Did you ever closely examine the reverse side of the dollar bill or discern the architectural layout of our nation’s national capital, Washington, DC? It

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The Blob

The Blob is a 1958 American science fiction horror film that has become an iconic classic starring Steve McQueen in his first feature film leading

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Buffalo Soldiers

The Buffalo soldiers were African American soldiers who mainly served on the Western frontier following the Civil War. In 1866, six all-Black cavalry and infantry

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Nuclear Accidents

Nuclear power was widely viewed as an alternative to the use of fossil fuels that created a lot of pollution around the earth especially in

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Abuses of Capitalism

For many decades in America, free enterprise capitalism was encouraged and grew without constraints. President Calvin Coolidge proclaimed that ” the business of America …is

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Urbanization

 This topic was shortchanged in my book so let’s go on a tour of the cities throughout America from the olden days to the present

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The Big Ditch

The Erie Canal located in upstate NY was begun in 1817 and completed in 1825. It began near the Hudson River and terminated at the

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