The moral right to lands lost in conquest

I'll not get into an academic discussion of the issue of whether or not various Native American tribes truly own the land their ancestors once occupied. The article below more than sufficiently deals with that, but I'd like to approach it from a layman's perspective.‘Do Indians Rightfully Own America?’:By Walter OlsonBryan Caplan at Econlog revisits … Continue reading The moral right to lands lost in conquest

Honorary Colonel in the Alabama State Militia

Most people are familiar with the institution of Kentucky Colonels through the most famous Kentucky Colonel, Colonel Harland Sanders. Another famous Colonel is worth mentioning is Colonel Tom Parker, Elvis Presley's manager. He received his commission from the Governor of Louisiana in 1948. He proudly bore the moniker for the rest of his life. Kentucky Colonels even have a non-profit organization for benevolent activities … Continue reading Honorary Colonel in the Alabama State Militia