Anarcho-communist unrest: It's nothing new to America

WASHINGTON — Unfortunately, the pre-election anarcho-communist unrest unfolding in the US today is nothing new. Turn the page back over 100 years to another election year and what do we see? In 1912, former President Theodore Roosevelt arrived in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to deliver a speech. Unhappy with the performance of his successor, President William Howard Taft, he had chosen to run as a third-party candidate for president under the “Bull Moose” party label. After ascending the podium, he removed a 50-page manuscript (his speech) from his breast pocket. It had a .38 caliber bullet hole in i…

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