Wade Chandler

Wade Chandler is the author of the blog Buckhorn Road.

Web Site: http://buckhornroad.blogspot.com/


150 years ago today: The End

Apr 9, 2015
150 years ago today: The End

On this day 150 years ago, April 9, 1865, Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered his Army of Northern Virginia to Union General Ulysses S. Grant in the parlor of the McLean home in a small western Virginia village called Appomattox Court House. ...

150 years ago today: The beginning of the end

Apr 2, 2015
150 years ago today:  The beginning of the end

It was on this day 150 years ago, April 2, 1865, that Union forces made their way through the Confederate battle lines, thereby ending the Siege of Petersburg, Virginia that had been going on since June of 1864.The unfortunate soul you see on the right...

Excellent quote of the day

Feb 24, 2015

Progressives:  Our ideas are so good, they're mandatory!

Battle of Franklin: 150 ago today

Nov 29, 2014
Battle of Franklin: 150 ago today

It is quite likely the biggest battle of the American War for Southern Independence (AKA The Civil War) that you have never heard of.On this day 150 years ago - November 30, 1864 - thousands of Confederate troops charged thousands of Union soldiers who...

California father complains about Islam being taught in school… but is his complaint valid?

Nov 19, 2014

I came across this article in Truth Revolt the other day, and it immediately caught my interest, as it involves one of the very subjects and grade levels I am teaching this year.First, the essence of the article: The parents of a Manhattan Beach, Cali...

Generation PC

Oct 27, 2014

After a few years of teaching all 8th grade U.S. History, I am teaching all 7th Grade Medieval World History this year.  It's not my first choice, but that's more because of the age and relative lack of maturity of the students than the subject ma...

Generation PC

Oct 27, 2014

After a few years of teaching all 8th grade U.S. History, I am teaching all 7th Grade Medieval World History this year.  It's not my first choice, but that's more because of the age and relative lack of maturity of the students than the subject ma...

Bruised, battered, and back at blogging

Oct 27, 2014

Daniel Miller: Where were you? I'm just curious.Bob Diamond: I'd tell you, but you wouldn't understand.Daniel Miller: Don't treat me like a moron. Try me.Bob Diamond: I was trapped near the inner circle of fault.Daniel Miller: I don't understand.Bob Di...

Bruised, battered, and back at blogging

Oct 27, 2014

Daniel Miller: Where were you? I'm just curious.Bob Diamond: I'd tell you, but you wouldn't understand.Daniel Miller: Don't treat me like a moron. Try me.Bob Diamond: I was trapped near the inner circle of fault.Daniel Miller: I don't understand.Bob Di...

Remember Californians, you must follow the laws this ignoramus gets passed

Jan 25, 2014
Remember Californians, you must follow the laws this ignoramus gets passed

Talk about low hanging fruit.  The other day, California State Senator Kevin DeLeon (a Democrat, rabid gun-hater, and wanna-be citizen controller) thought he would hold a press conference to show off the reason for his latest (ineffective) anti-gu...

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