History shows with painful clarity that whenever human beings get too much power, that power ends up corrupting the very [...]
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On April 12, 1861, the bloodiest conflict in American history began when Confederate forces attacked a Union-controlled fort in South Carolina.
It was the first act of aggression mounted by the Confederacy, which had formed just [...]
In February of 2015, Kathleen Purvis, the food editor of the Charlotte Observer, drove to Birmingham, Alabama, to attend Food Media South, an annual symposium. The keynote session, “Hey, You, Pitch [...]