Category: Outlaws

YOU CAN CALL ME BOYO ….

While meandering around the world wide web, I more often than not discover things written about myself, this website and/or people I know well, on countless websites, forums and social media accounts. As regular readers of the Outlaw are undoubtably aware, the greater majority of what I read about myself (and this website and it’s patrons), and published by […]

OUTLAW HEROES #10….

The tenth in a series of real-life Outlaw Heroes President José Mujica of Uruguay, a 78-year-old former Marxist guerrilla who spent 14 years in prison, mostly in solitary confinement, visited the United States in 2014 to meet with President Obama and speak at a variety of venues.  He told Obama that Americans should smoke less […]

OUTLAW HEROES #9….

The ninth in a series of real-life Outlaw heroes ‘Peerless’ Jim Driscoll (1880-1925) is still regarded as the finest proponent of the classical, upright boxing style, and a fighter who is almost always included in lists of the greatest fighters of all time. He was also one of the very best never to have won […]

OUTLAW HEROES #8….

  The eighth of a series of articles which recognises real-life Outlaw Heroes Albert Cashier was born Jennie Irene Hodgers in 1843. In 1862, Hodgers disguised herself as a man in order to enlist in the 95th Illinois Infantry Regiment using the name Albert Cashier. The 95th was under the command of General Ulysses S. […]

OUTLAW HEROES #6….

The sixth in a series of articles which recognises real-life Outlaw Heroes Thomas Spence: The Poor Man’s Revolutionary Thomas Spence (1750 – 1814) was an English Radical and advocate of the common ownership of land. He was born in Newcastle-on-Tyne, the son of a Scottish net and shoe maker. He was one of the leading […]

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