Father Charles E. Coughlin

Wikipedia "Commonly known as Father Coughlin, he was one of the first political leaders to use radio to reach a mass audience, as up to thirty million listeners tuned to his weekly broadcasts during the 1930s." "His angry, strident tone has been viewed in academic literature as being  […]

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Affordable Housing

I ran across this interesting article today. http://www.johnpratt.com/homes/homes.html The website is from John Pratt where he is mostly discussing calendars and such, but this page come from his (now deceased) brother James Pratt. Here he discusses affordable housing, including topics like  […]

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Professor Gerard Casey (anarchism)

This week I listened to an interesting discussion on the Tom Woods show, with Gerard Casey, about many of the early "Anarchist" thinkers from the last couple of hundred years. Ep. 1047 Early Anarchists, from Godwin to Spooner — What Did They Believe? The only ones they didn't cover were  […]

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