Archive - Nov 7, 2006

Political Ads of Ancient Rome

"The mid-term campaigns have offered up perhaps the most venomous volleys of political advertising in U.S. history....Yet as Americans ponder how much of it is true and how much pure vindictive blather, we might note that we're rather backward compared to the pointed, frank and refreshingly honest political ads of the Romans more than 1,900 years ago."

Position Available: Press Officer of the SCA, Inc

The Vice President of Operations is currently accepting applications for the position of Press Officer of the SCA Inc. This is an unpaid position requiring approximately 10-15 hours per week.

President's Report of the October 2006 Board Meeting

Interim SCA, Inc. President Patrick Anderson has published a President's Report from the October SCA Board of Directors Meeting held in Memphis, Tennessee.

Valharic Caligula Aurelius Victorious in Atlantia Crown Tourney

Violante de Sant Sebastian reports that Count Valharic Caligula Aurelius was the victor of the November 4, 2006 Crown Tournament in the Kingdom of Atlantia. Count Valharic was inspired by Arielle the Golden.