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Bleeding Edge Blog · 15h ago

What Would Churchill Do? (Chapter 15)

“Our footprints in history aren’t made by those resting in front of the telly watching the footie, or their favorite sports team playing, or the mass media whores, but by walking towards the...
Bleeding Edge Blog · 1d ago

The Microsoft Attack against Dr Churchill

Indeed one would think of Winston Churchill as indestructible. And yet the same can be sai...
Bleeding Edge Blog · 4d ago

What Would Churchill Do? (Chapter 14)

Today in America we are preoccupied with Russia all over again… A special prosecutor It se...
Bleeding Edge Blog · 5d ago

What Would Churchill Do? (Chapter 13)

Matters that matter and things that make people’s lives tick are now all in a major state of flux all around the World today. Old ideas crumble and new ones are vying to compete… Starting fr...
Bleeding Edge Blog · 5d ago

What Would Churchill Do? (Chapter 12)

Most pundits and analysts would agree that Great Britain today is a bit down on the heels....
Bleeding Edge Blog · 5d ago

What Would Churchill Do? (Chapter 11)

Just this past year, with the pomp and the colossal amounts of circumstance, befitting a r...
Bleeding Edge Blog · 5d ago

What Would Churchill Do? (Chapter 10)

Here is the situation today. In a flash retrospective of the American state, the Carter, R...
Bleeding Edge Blog · 6d ago

What Would Churchill Do? (Chapter 9)

I used to think that the fierce divisions and discord amongst the political parties today – reminds me of the time before the Civil War when Abraham Lincoln was elected to lead the “Divided States” instead of the United States of America, because his...
Bleeding Edge Blog · 1w ago

What Would Churchill Do? (Chapter 8)

Jennie Jerome Churchill, Winston’s mother was now 41 years old and for the first time ‘alo...
Bleeding Edge Blog · 1W ago

What Would Churchill Do? (Chapter 7)

Winston Churchill in the beginning of 1938, when his political career was at one of its lo...