Griffin Daughtry

Griffin Daughtry is a freelance writer, former graduate student of history, and a staunch advocate for individual liberty.

Recent blog posts by this author

What the Tiny House Movement and Thomas Jefferson's Monticello Have in Common

When Thomas Jefferson originally moved into the South Pavilion of his Monticello estate in 1770, it was little more than an incomplete two-bedroom brick building and a cleared mountaintop. Over the course of the next 38 years, the author of the...

Lessons from Weimar Germany for the Portland Extremists

Immediately following the conclusion of the First World War and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, Germany was thrust into a state of economic, political, and social disarray. The infantile German state, which had recently been established in...