Monthly Archives: February 2015

Still so busy…

It’s been ages since I’ve had a chance to really make a good entry for all of you, my friends, but I yet remain swamped with work! Spring Break starts next week, though, so I hope I have time to make a better entry…at least after I get finished grading my classes’ coming midterm :D;;; […]

Triumph…but the struggle never ends

Monday was a good day for me, my friends. Managed to have a good meeting with my professor after getting through around 30 books over the past two days. He was pretty impressed by my progress and said I did an excellent job, for a first timer–if I keep it up I ought to do […]

More Wayward Son art~

Hey guys! Been super busy this Friday, and alas, haven’t ran into any reall pithy quotes in my reading that I thought would be good for this blog. So for today, I’ll be falling back on the work someone else has done–namely, the most excellent Databunny, who’s made some more sketches for me! 😀 😀 […]

Bearded Badass Financial advice

Originally posted on Russia Without BS:
First of all, I’d like to thank my recent donors. Every time someone donates to Russia Without BS, Dmitry Kiselyev sheds a tear… In last night’s article I talked about the financial advice of Mr. Money Mustache. As one reader pointed out, it’s definitely good for long term life…

Left Contrarianism at its Best

They Answered Every Expectation: Black Regiments in the Civil War

Originally posted on The Inglorius Padre Steve's World:
Friends of Padre Steve’s World, The following is a newly added except to the first chapter of my Gettysburg Text. It is part of the chapter the “First Modern War” which I recently updated on this site. In order not to simply repost a massive article…

Quotes!

Once again, not enough time for a long entry, my friends-though fortunately, I’m just barely on time! 😀 XD While I’ve gotten through the readings I hope to get through for this week, I have a LOT more to take care of–I need to read like 40 books within 10 days! D: Thus, I’m just […]

Bernard Bailyn’s Last Act?: An Interview with the Harvard Historian on His New Book

Originally posted on The Junto:
Bernard Bailyn’s contribution to our understanding of early American history is so vast that it’s easy to forget he’s still publishing books. His writings on the American Revolution, begun in the 1960s, remain required reading for any doctoral student studying for orals. And even since retiring from Harvard a quarter…