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TRThursday: A Pistol With a History!
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TRThursday: A Pistol With a History!

by Mike Yarbrough March 12, 2015

“This is a pistol with a history,” he said, fondling his revolver affectionately. “It was taken from the wreck of the Maine. When I took it to Cuba, I made a vow to kill at least one Spaniard with it, and I did…” – Theodore Roosevelt, The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt, Edmund Morris

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TRThursday: Play Your Part, Manfully!
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TRThursday: Play Your Part, Manfully!

by Mike Yarbrough March 05, 2015

There is a lot of cynicism in today’s culture and media. Cynicism is different from sarcasm, for sarcasm is a play on truth and leaves the door open for humor or a way out, but cynicism is merely hopeless. Growing up, Ronald Regan was my president, and the message from him was almost ...

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TRThursday: The Winchester – Theodore Roosevelt’s Rifle of Choice
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TRThursday: The Winchester – Theodore Roosevelt’s Rifle of Choice

by Mike Yarbrough February 26, 2015

“Personally, I have always preferred the Winchester. I now use a 45-90, with my old Buffalo gun, a 40-90 Sharps’ as spare rifle. Both, of course, have specifically tested barrels, and are stocked and sighted to suit myself.” – Theodore Roosevelt and his rifle of choice, from Hunting Trips of a Ranchman

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TRThursday: The Power to Strive and Fight and Conquer!
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TRThursday: The Power to Strive and Fight and Conquer!

by Mike Yarbrough February 19, 2015

The word ‘Manly’ was one of Roosevelt’s favorite terms. In his day the term was associated less with machismo and more with true manliness. Yet even by the late 1800’s, Roosevelt began to see a softness forming in the American Spirit. The move from the hard-working, rural lifestyle to the comfort of the ...

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TRThursday: Mind and Morals
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TRThursday: Mind and Morals

by Mike Yarbrough February 12, 2015

Theodore Roosevelt is said to have read some 10,000 books in his lifetime. He had an amazing ability to speed-read and retain the information. It was not unusual for him to read a book or two in a day, in his spare moments paging through a book on botany and then in another moment on the war ...

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