Scott Skipper (Street Articles Author)
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I am the author of several historical fiction novels and some short works. The premise of a recent release, The Hundred Years Farce, is the subject of my rather tongue-in-cheek article, U.S. Immigration Controversy —What If the U.S. had Annexed México?

If historical fiction is one of your genres, I invite you to contact me for a chat and to exchange recommendations for good reading.

Happy 2016
Will 2016 be the most critical year since 1792 in the history of the United States? It surely will. With the ratification of the Constitution and the unanimous election of George Washington this country plunged into unknown territory and enjoyed the most glorious outcome in the history of this planet.…
By:  in  Politics   Jan 01, 2016  
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How Dumb is the Commander In Chief?
Is there no one in Obama’s Cabinet with the brains or the balls to tap him on the shoulder, or hit him on the head, and tell him that he ought not tell the enemy what his battle plans are? Whatever your position on Syria, you must admit that bombing…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Sep 02, 2013  
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US Immigration Controversy —what If the US Had Annexed México?
The controversy over immigration might not be happening if one small piece of little known American history had turned differently. When American General Winfield Scott entered the City of México in 1847 and received an unconditional surrender, he didn't have to leave in such a hurry. We got Texas, New…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Feb 04, 2013  
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