New column at TFM!
New this year. We are featuring a monthly columnist. We hope EVERYONE will find his writings informative and interesting. His first post will be next Monday, January 17th. So check back and tell all your friends about this new feature at TFM. Our new contributor will be going by the pseudonym CATO. Read his bio below.
The author, Cato, is an historian and attorney. Starting with the present essay, Cato will write a monthly column for Theforgottenman.org. In the proud tradition of revolutionary-era American pamphleteers, the author has adopted the pseudonym “Cato” in honor of Marcus Porcius Cato Uticensis, more commonly known as Cato the Younger, and most commonly known simply as Cato. Cato was a statesman and orator of the late Roman Republic (95 – 46 BC) who was devoted to good government, tradition and integrity and was a sworn enemy of corruption and dictatorship. The present author hopes to emulate his example.