By Grace Lidia Suarez In year 41 C.E., it was disgust and hostility of a praetorian tribune, named Cassius Chaerea – whom Caligula teased without mercy due to his squeaky voice – which led to the assassination of the emperor by officers of the guard. Source. Proclaiming Claudius Emperor, by
By Susan Kuebler Reports are circulating throughout Washington that Donald Trump is considering setting up his own network of personal spies worldwide, based on a story published recently by The Intercept. On Tuesday, The Hill gave a break down on the report. Here are the key elements. Trump Still Believes
By David Malcolm As a historian, anything even remotely related to history is very exciting. Even if it’s a relatively small thing, there is much to be gained from each new discovery. Every small step we take can make a difference later down the line. The release of the JFK
By Darrell Roberts Welcome to the “Follow the Presidency” series that will highlight relevant actions of the Trump administration within a month-by-month context. After all, knowledge is power. More importantly, the American society must never forget and certainly never normalize the behavior of the current regime. Early Jan. 2017: A two-page summary (from
One last major item that the American people need to remember from the discussions with former CIA director Brennan is that Espionage can carry the death penalty, and much of the discussion can be moved easily to this arena.
By Bobby M. Given everything that has happened since the report about Russia being able to blackmail Trump was publicized, the allegations must be true. If you need a recap, a report from a former British spy showed the Trump had deep ties to Russia, including the accusation that the