I have had the pleasure of reading Revolutionary, George Washington at War and want to recommend it to anyone with an interest in our Founding Fathers and how we became a nation called the United States of America.
If you want to learn something about the price of war, you really need to read this book.
You will love reading this book and learning about the Melungeon people and the Federal Writer’s Project started by President Roosevelt and his wife Eleanor during the depression era.
It took 36 votes by the House to award the title to Thomas Jefferson. Wow.
As soon as I read the Introduction by the two authors, I was hooked.
You will be engrossed when you read the question, “Did Churchill save Britain?”
Now that Michael Davidow has finished his latest novel, he plans to start writing commentary again. Look for his column Radio Free New Hampshire to return to InDepthNH.org starting in the new year.
Captain Burton was a young kid signing up to get a $40 stipend by attending ROTC training at Bowdoin College.
A friend who sits across from me who is 94 years young asked if I had read The Locket.
This is a surprise story of love, anger and misunderstanding.
I am tired of the name calling, back-stabbing and vicious personal attacks that the mainstream policy brokers in Congress get away with. Thus, I decided to read a love story.
Secret oaths were demanded by officials of our government to make sure security of our code-breaking secrets were not breached.
“Addiction, both personal and communal, can be transformed into a learning that makes us stronger than before.”
Winston Churchill is the pawn who becomes the king and keeps his mother’s secrets.
Paul Brogan’s review of the movie business is in-depth and mind-boggling.