Caledonia was the old world name for Scotland, given by the Roman Empire. A name that represents Emperor Hadrian’s failed attempt at creating a Roman state through military intervention. We at Caledonia Press view Hadrian’s Wall (designed to keep the Barbarians out) as a metaphor for the New York Five. Traditional publishing could never completely eliminate or assimilate we of the free press; or keep us off of the shelves, or away from the printing press. The five families of traditional publishing are no longer in a position to demand tribute. The barbarians are at the gate.