Daniel Morgan: Secret Weapon of the Revolutionary War

George Washington is called “the father of his country,” but it’s become widely known that he was also America’s most…

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Undertaker Retired? Here’s How the Phenom Held his Edge for 27 Years

Last night, while watching WrestleMania 33 with friends, it looked like the time had finally come. The last gong blared,…

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The UC Berkeley Riots: A Defining Moment that Punches You in the Face

Rage – Goddess, sing the rage of Peleus’ son Achilles, murderous, doomed, that cost the Achaeans countless losses, hurling down…

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5 Characters with Masculine Virtue

You are who you associate with. This is the reasoning behind my “20 men exercise” – namely that you should…

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After You Die, How Will Your Memory Be Sung?

This is the question that you should be asking yourself every day when you wake up. It can be an…

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A Famous Victory: Marlborough Laying It All On the Line at The Battle of Blenheim

312 years ago, a great battle was fought on the banks of the Danube River in southern Germany. At stake:…

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Alex Rodriguez: The Power, The Glory, The Fall, & The Rebirth

Once long ago, in the early 90’s to be exact, a young kid was quickly rising to superstardom. Signed to…

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Thirty Seven: Review

Quintus Curtius is a man of many faces. Lawyer, former United States Marine Corps major, linguist, world traveler, classicist, writer,…

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10 Lessons in Life from Louis XIV

Louis XIV was King of France and Navarre from 1643 to 1715. His reign was the longest in European history…

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What is Your Katabasis?

You have it too good. I have it too good. We’re pampered. We’re spoiled. We’re entitled. You, me, all of…

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