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Tucker Carlson lit up Ken Burns Thursday after the documentary maker compared illegal immigrants being sent to Martha’s Vineyard to the Holocaust, in a stupendously tone-deaf appearance on CNN.
Tucker Carlson lit up Ken Burns Thursday after the documentary maker compared illegal immigrants being sent to Martha’s Vineyard to the Holocaust, in a stupendously tone-deaf appearance on CNN.
 
Ken Burns' documentaries give us great history lessons and the CSA letters personify the history.
Ken Burns' documentaries give us great history lessons and the CSA letters personify the history.
 
WOW!!! I hope you made a personal copy for review at least 10 times! It is so full of more recent history. It is totally full of "history repeating itself."
WOW!!! I hope you made a personal copy for review at least 10 times! It is so full of more recent history. It is totally full of "history repeating itself."
 
I trust many of you have discovered the Roosevelt series running this week on PBS at 8:00. It is Proof Positive that history repeats itself and positions change drastically so don't assume what neither Democrat nor Republican stands for.
I trust many of you have discovered the Roosevelt series running this week on PBS at 8:00. It is Proof Positive that history repeats itself and positions change drastically so don't assume what neither Democrat nor Republican stands for.
 
The word podcast was barely in use when Gerald Prokopowicz began recording "Civil War Talk Radio." But the professor and chair of the Department of History at East Carolina University has been engaging a worldwide audience through his weekly show for nearly a decade.
The word podcast was barely in use when Gerald Prokopowicz began recording "Civil War Talk Radio." But the professor and chair of the Department of History at East Carolina University has been engaging a worldwide audience through his weekly show for nearly a decade.
 
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