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August 21, 2017

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Understanding The Annals: Tacitus and the Ancient Structure of History – Part II: Roman Imperialism

This is Part 2 of 4 in the “Understanding The Annals: Tacitus and the Ancient Structure of History” miniseries on JosephKaminski.org. The question at hand here is “What is Tacitus’s attitude regarding the empire and Roman imperialism?” You can click here for the archive page of this series; and if you liked this series – take

Understanding The Annals: Tacitus and the Ancient Structure of History – Part I: Why Was it Written?

This is Part 1 of 4 in the “Understanding The Annals: Tacitus and the Ancient Structure of History” miniseries on JosephKaminski.org. The question at hand here is “What are Tacitus’ reasons (both explicit and implicit) for writing The Annals?” You can click here for the archive page of this series; and if you liked this series –

Good Riddance, Fiorina!

For those of you who don’t know who the hell Carly Fiorina is, she was the only female Republican in the race. Rather contradicting in message, she would bash Hillary Clinton for using the “woman card” in debates and then immediately turn around to use it herself. Now that Carly Fiorina (and Lindsey Graham) is gone, the Republicans can stop touting the “we have a woman in the race, too!” speech. In fact, Carly Fiorina wasn’t even a good woman to have in the race. Why? Because Fiorina is the typical GOP definition of a woman: one who hates women’s rights.