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Historically Speaking: Academic freedom

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A recent incident at the University of Oklahoma should have all people concerned, but for more reasons than you may think.  A journalism professor...

Historically Speaking: Edmund Burke and Mitt Romney

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I recently wrote an article for his column about a lesser-known influence on the Founding Fathers, a man named James Harrington. I think, with...

Historically Speaking: Historical Impeachments

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Watching the Senate hearings over the past weeks I am happy to see historical arguments being made by both sides. As I have said,...

Historically Speaking: War powers resolution

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My last article dealt with the growing crisis with Iran and the history of American presidents using missile attacks on their enemies. Based on...

Historically Speaking: Missile Attacks

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If anyone was hoping for a calmer more peaceful decade, then surely by now they are disappointed. With just a few days into 2020,...

Historically Speaking: Historical Christmas II

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Christmas is the time of year when everyone seems a little happier and are a little nicer to each other. It is when we...

Historically Speaking: Whistleblowing

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As surprising as this may sound, presidents behaving badly is not new. President Trump is just the latest. Politicians have been skirting the law...

Historically Speaking: Historical forgiveness

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For me Heaven will not be Heaven unless there is a history symposium at least once a week. For this week’s symposium they are...

Historically Speaking: Public Virtue

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The men who gathered in that blistering humid room in Philadelphia in 1787 to create our governing document did not represent a cross section...

Historically Speaking: Student loans

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One of the big issues in politics right now is cost of college and student debt. Among the Democrats running for president, some are...

Lawrence William “Larry” Robertson, Jr.

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Lawrence William “Larry” Robertson, Jr., 72, Carthage, Mo., beloved husband, father and “papa”, passed away Wednesday morning, April 1, 2020, at his home. Larry was...
Sandra Sue Giseburt

Sandra Sue Giseburt