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Timeline: UA’s Guide To American Involvement in World War I

By RU Twisted Everyone loves a timeline. Although we will cover more of these subjects throughout our series, here is a basic rundown of the most important events of World War I.   June 28—August 1, 1914: Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of the Astro-Hungarian empire, is assassinated in Sarajevo. Believing that Serbia is responsible, Austria says…

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Foreign Internal Defense, Special Forces, and America’s Deprived Inner Cities

By EM Burlingame The future does not look like the past, the past which got us to the advanced state of civilization we now enjoy. The future looks different because those who contributed greatly to getting us to this point stopped having children two generations ago. This means the future looks like the children of…

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World War I Anniversary: UA’s Guide to America’s Involvement–Introduction

By RU Twisted April 2, 2017 marks the 100th Anniversary of President Wilson formally asking Congress to declare war against Germany and enter what would later be known as World War I or “the Great War.” This time period—to include both the war and the Progressive Era it was part of—had a monumental impact on…

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Math Wins: the National Debt and Public Discourse

By RU Twisted “We should cut PBS.” “BLERRGGHHH!! Do you hate the arts?!?!?!”  “We should dismantle the Department of Education.” “RABBLE RABBLE do you hate the children!?!?!?” “We should defund_____.” “YOU HATE CHILDREN, THE ARTS, OLD PEOPLE, AND PUPPIES!!!!” This is basically the state of public discourse today. An individual or a group of individuals…

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