How The Vladimir Putin Myth Shattered in 7 Days

For over 20 years, Russia’s leader has assumed a carefully-constructed persona: the Vladimir Putin myth. He was Russia’s latter-day Czar,…

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Scipio and the Maiden of New Carthage

In 209 BC, the Second Punic War was at a precipice. Thanks to the efforts of leaders like the “Sword…

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Just How Bad of a Leader is Joe Biden?

It goes without saying that the Biden (Brandon?) administration is an unmitigated catastrophe. A year in, the word “humiliation” indeed…

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How Alexander the Great Asserted His Authority

Because he was such a force of nature, we tend to think that Alexander the Great’s accession to the throne…

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How Glenn Youngkin Pulled off the Biggest Political Upset Since 2016

A political earthquake shook the United States this week. Its epicenter was in Virginia. I didn’t think it could be…

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Ahhotep – Egypt’s Forgotten Warrior Queen

The darkest days of Egypt tested the country’s women as much as its men. Seqenenre, Kamose, and Ahmose are all…

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Khasekhemwy: Egypt’s Re-Founding Father

Darkness clouds the land of Egypt. The two lands are divided once again, as Horus and Set renewed their eternal…

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Snefru: The “Good” Pyramid Builder of Egypt

Since the days of Imhotep, the kings of Egypt built their own Step Pyramids. These imitations have not lasted the…

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The Fall of Andrew Cuomo and What You Must Learn From It

It’s official. After 17 months of self-congratulatory books, an Emmy, and all those “Cuomosexual” shirts, Andrew Cuomo is out. You…

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The Art of Public Speaking: Review

Who doesn’t want to be a more captivating public speaker? No one will turn down such an offer. Yet, it’s…

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