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William A. speaks of Richard III’s personal tragedy that may explain his ineffective military response to Henry Tudor.

Joshua G. expands on the case that the British military leaders during the American Revolution were behaving something like contemporary liberal America—trying to appease their enemies and lacking the will to win.

The reader who sent the fascinating interview by “White House Insider” concerning a “temporary coup” in the government by which the mission against bin Laden was carried out without Obama’s initial permission, agrees with me that the account is made up, but has a ring of psychological truth that makes it sound plausible.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at May 05, 2011 10:43 AM | Send

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