Month: November 2019

By Ken Rossignol’ An oft-quoted phrase to describe changing views on political concerns is this: “If you’re not a liberal at 20, you have no heart. If you’re not a conservative at 40, you have no brain.” While the quote …

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Features and facts about Piracy with details of actual Pirate Trials in the 1800s.

TITANIC 1912 – The story of the RMS Titanic disaster told through the news stories of the day. The first narration is a rare 1936 radio interview of the only surviving bridge officer, Second Officer Charles Lightoller. Ken Rossignol explains …

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The decision to buy the unfinished Panama Canal from the French put into motion international intrigue, political shenanigans and accusations, bribery and corruption – much of it portrayed here in the editorial cartoons of the era. Enjoy this short book …

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CHAPTER EIGHTThe Claudia Pickeral Murder I wrote in THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY the following update on the murder of Claudia Pickeral in December of 2018:Thirteen-year-old Claudia Pickeral alighted from her school bus one warm afternoon in February of 1997 a short …

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