Fiddling is fine for that old standard Turkey in the Straw, but not for that standard old turkey on Thanksgiving. Maybe a need to grab attention is what drives the effort to say what’s always been fact is actually myth,… Read More ›
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Sex Lives of the Pilgrims: Girls Gone Wild, Gay Guys, An Orgy, Incest & Goodwives Chasing Native Men
“Puritanism,” said legendary wit H. L. Mencken, “is the haunting fear that someone, somewhere, may be happy.” Clearly, Mencken never pawed through the court record of Plymouth Colony‘s first generations of Pilgrims. In them, one finds eye-popping details of every… Read More ›
Cracking Plymouth Rock: Cold Stone Facts Behind the American Myth
It’s no Statue of Liberty on a New York Harbor pedestal or precious Constitution under low lights in Washington, but it’s the most ancient American relic. Or is it? Legend claims it’s the first bit of land that the first… Read More ›
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