History, Politics, Podcast


Thailand: A Very Brief Political History

September 27, 2015 • Exclusives

Thailand. Thailand has been a country of political confusion for centuries. Taking on the route of constitutional monarchy, this south-Asian tourist destination has gone through some political troubles within the past few years. While Thailand may have a democratic-esque style of government with the ideology behind a Prime Minister, nothing can touch the figurehead of… Read More ›

Mentalities »

Mentalities: Tourette Syndrome

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This, dear readers, is… What is Tourette Syndrome? Tourette syndrome is a neurological disorder characterized by repetitive, involuntary movements and vocalizations which are called “tics.” The disorder is named for Dr. Georges Gilles de la Tourette,a pioneering French neurologist who first described this condition in the case of an 86-year old French woman way back in 1885…. Read More ›

This is The Enemy: An In Depth Look at World War II »

The Plots to Kill Hitler

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Adolf Hitler is considered one of the most diabolical names in all of modern history. He is compared to the likes of Alexander the Great, Napoleon Bonaparte, and Joseph Stalin. While history has been kind to Alexander the Great and Napoleon, giving them statuses of heroic behavioral conquerors instead of cruel and genocidal dictators, the… Read More ›

History of America »

The History of America in Less than 100 Posts: The Birth of A Revolution!

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America, a country born from independence and known for liberty, generosity and freedom. The land of opportunity, to live the American dream. Where all men are created equal, and everyone is given a chance. This is the history of a country, which has grown into a world power. From Columbus to Clinton, this series will… Read More ›

History Club »

European History: Congress of Vienna

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Here is the slideshow presented on the Congress of Vienna, including introductions to Liberalism, Conservatism, and covering the topics around the Treaty of Paris, Britain, Austria, Prussia, and Russia.Think of this as a large study guide. If you’re wondering who the man in the slides are, they are my incredibly liberal American History teacher. (praise Richard Nixon… Read More ›


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