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Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo

January 28, 2010

WASHINGTON TIMES February 7, 1998 A DEFINING TREATY FOR NATION’S DESTINY JOHN J. MILLER This week marks the 150th anniversary of the largest expansion of U.S. territory since the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. But you probably won’t hear much about the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, which ended the Mexican War and delivered the American Southwest […]

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In the Name of the Animals

January 19, 2010

NATIONAL REVIEW July 3, 2006 IN THE NAME OF THE ANIMALS America faces a new kind of terrorism JOHN J. MILLER Six days after the World Trade Center was destroyed, the New York Stock Exchange rang its opening bell and traders sang “God Bless America” from the floor: They wanted to send a loud-and-clear message […]

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Amazon vs. CreateSpace

December 3, 2009

There are two ways to buy The First Assassin. One is through Amazon.com, the other is through CreateSpace.com. I earn a small royalty either way, though it’s a bit higher with CreateSpace.com. So it’s better for me if readers buy via CreateSpace.com. But Amazon.com is a perfectly good option, especially for readers who find it […]

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The Front Cover

November 1, 2009

Here’s the front cover of The First Assassin: Return to The First Assassin homepage.

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The Back Cover

November 1, 2009

Here’s the back cover of The First Assassin: Return to The First Assassin homepage.

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Conservative of the Future?

November 1, 2009

NATIONAL REVIEW November 6, 2000 CONSERVATIVE OF THE FUTURE? George Allen rises in Virginia JOHN J. MILLER Republicans around the country stood up and cheered for George Allen when he was elected governor of Virginia in 1993. For the GOP, this wasn’t just another race: It was a huge morale boost twelve months after losing […]

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