Fellow-patriots, new readers, loyal readers, and readers who disagree with my theme:
The handy-dandy resource which Hercules Mulligan has proudly presented to the public, The Founders’ Bookshelf, has been relocated. It now has a blog of its own, to which I will add posts (from time to time, this will not be updated frequently) on some handy-dandy homework tips on the Founders’ writings, as well as how to most successfully search the online editions.
I hope you like the new changes and find them beneficial. I might add, the page makes it feel more … old-style — which I like. It is reminiscent (to me, anyway) of that electric feeling one gets when he walks into a library, dusts off books that have been neither read, studied, or reprinted in ages, and embarks upon that little journey through our nation’s hidden past. That kind of sense is one of the things that makes studying history an unstoppable obsession (I hear my family snicker). I just want my fellow-explorers, new and old, to share that same passion.