Tag Archives: Slavery

Book Review: Black Rednecks and White Liberals – Part 3: The True History of Slavery

For previous parts of this review, see Part 1 and Part 2. In the Western world, and in America in particular, slavery is a widely misunderstood phenomenon. When people hear the word “slave,” most Americans think of blacks enslaved by … Continue reading

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The American Revolution Was a Mistake

There is probably no revolution in world history that is today as widely celebrated as the one led by thirteen of the North American British colonies between 1775 and 1783. Popular portrayals of this conflict typically cast the British as … Continue reading

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In Praise of White Men

Nothing is more fashionable in left-wing circles these days than complaining about white men. White men are held responsible for colonialism, slavery, racism, a multitude of genocides, both world wars, various other wars, and pretty much anything that has gone … Continue reading

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Historical Myths Part 3/∞: The Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 Ended Slavery in the US

If you went to an American city and asked random people on the street about what ended the institution of slavery in the United States, my guess is that the most frequent answer would be the Emancipation Proclamation. While Lincoln’s … Continue reading

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Stop Calling Everyone a Hypocrite

Chances are you’ve come across something like this before: Isn’t it hilarious how hypocritical socialists are? They sit there in their sweatshop-produced Che Guevara T-shirt, sipping Starbucks coffee while posting on Facebook about how capitalism is oppressive. Or maybe this … Continue reading

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