Author - Steven Lieberman

The Swordsman

“I see you have studied the works of Camillo Agrippa.  Have you always used the rapier?”   “Ummm… I don’t know anything about “Camino A Grip A”.  Is that a street in San Juan Capistrano?”   “No.  It is a school of Italian sword fighting from the sixteenth century.  I noticed you were shadow fencing here at the...

Handmaidens of Serfdom

“Washington, Nov. 12, 2022. Republican voters took back the House and Senate, showing their displeasure with the Biden Administration’s speed at eradicating the Corona Virus.”   Expect that headline from most news outlets next November.     This week we saw a dress rehearsal of it from the BBC:  “Hundreds of Cubans take to the streets to protest...

Saddle Up

Howdy ya’ll!   The United States has always had a love for archetype characters. They serve as national models for emulation. While the histories surrounding these individuals and groups may be a bit sanitized or exaggerated, depending upon the needs of the audience, their ultimate purpose is to serve as guides both for our youth, as...