Donald R. McClarey

May 20 1861: Kentucky Proclamation of Neutrality

“I hope to have God on my side but I must have Kentucky.”  Anyone, North or South, who could read a map would have agreed with that sentiment of Abraham Lincoln for their side in 1861.  With Kentucky part of the

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February 3, 1900: William Goebel Assassinated

Only one sitting governor in the history of the United States has been assassinated, which is remarkable over two hundred and forty years of history and the number of men who have served as governors.  The very unlucky man was William

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Bluegrass State Goes GOP

  Yesterday, in a move ominous for Democrats in 2016, the GOP had a very good night in Kentucky.  This is significant in that Kentucky is a state where Democrats have tended to dominate at the state wide level, even

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Somalia, Libertarian Paradise!

This video is dedicated to Drs. Rand and Ron Paul! (With all due respect to my libertarian colleagues, I couldn’t resist posting this video) Hat Tip: Lisa Graas

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