Those who love the Land of the Free, must always be willing to give the full measure of devotion to preserve it.
In many respects, the War of 1812 with Great Britain can be understood as originally precipitated by bypassing the letter of the law in the U.S. Constitution.
SAN JOSE, September 11, 2014 — Yesterday, not today on the 13th anniversary of the terrorist attacks upon the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, President Obama outlined his four-pronged strategy that his Administration will use to combat the threat of ISIL or ISIS – a terrorist threat that apparently Obama no longer views as…
Be sure to say: “Happy Grandparents Day!” to your grandma or grandpa today.
SAN JOSE, September 1, 2014 — Labor Day was not just created as a nice idea by labor union officials to honor the efforts of those who labored; it was born from the heat and intense political friction of the summer of 1894. Although the first Labor Day parade in New York City on September…
Many in Israel are skeptical about the long-term viability of the latest cease fire with Hamas.
Events unfolding in Ferguson, Missouri are providing a stage for America to see very real differences between two quite opposite ways of dealing with such violence.
In the middle of the summer of 1862, Abraham Lincoln created his Emancipation Proclamation, which practically served as a Declaration of Independence for those in bondage.
SAN JOSE, July 28, 2014 — The period in American history after the War for Independence was a time in which the infant nation was struggling to survive under the government established by the Articles of Confederation. The people had a sense of pride in the newly born nation, but the United States of America…
American citizens need to appreciate the significance of the critical difference between the foundation of the U.S. Constitution and the rapid demise of the French constitution.