Voting In America, The Past

November 6th, better known as Midterm Election Day 2018, is right around the corner. I would like to take a moment to look at where we, as a nation, have come from in regards to voting rights, so that we can look at our own voting behavior today. Who gets to vote, and why? Elections … Continue reading Voting In America, The Past

World War I, Part 1

By Stephen At the end of June 1914, few Americans paid attention to a story in newspapers about the assassination of the heir to the Austrian-Hungary throne in the Serbian capital of Sarajevo.¬† The Austrians demanded satisfaction from the Serbians with an ultimatum.¬† Germany backed Austria, Russia supported¬† their fellow Slavs in Serbia, and France … Continue reading World War I, Part 1