In the 1770s neither White nor Black American patriots could buy or make an American revolution; their enduring spirits ‘became’ the revolution.
Today is set aside for celebrations of slave freedom known as “Juneteenth." It is time for a Federal Holiday but also a push for education in our schools.
America is embroiled in protests that are over shadowing the real message of the movement. Black Lives do matter. No what will we do about that?
Lincoln says the nation’s “mystic chords of memory, when again touched,..., by the better angels of our nature” remind us of our racial history
Someone once said that “the price of freedom is eternal vigilance.” Guarded by those who keep the vigil, that we celebrate on Armed Forces Appreciation Day
May 2, 1939, New York Yankees first baseman Lou Gehrig benched himself for the "good of the team." After 2,130 consecutive games, the streak was over.
In George Washington’s First Inaugural Address, he did not call attention to himself, but he called attention to God's work in creating the new nation.
Diverting the men from the horror of WWI in Ypres, France, The Wipers Times brought a sense of optimism, normality, and humor where there was anything but.
The shot heard round the world in April of 1775 represents freedom in America, but if America's passion for freedom dies, where will world freedom reside?
If Hanson understood federalism, he would recognize that municipalities have no federal connection apart from state action upon that municipality.
Today, we're hotly pursued by the novel coronavirus, just as our medieval predecessors were hunted down by the Bubonic Plague. But is there a difference?
This Good Friday we are being asked to not gather and share our faith. But we can find ways to remember the events and the Garden Tomb of Golgotha.
St. Patrick started his life as the son of a nobleman. Enslaved in Ireland as a shepherd, he heard God's call among the sheep of the Emerald Isle.
In 1920 the Negro League Baseball made its professional debut. Jackie Robinson breaking the MLB racial barrier signing with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1946.
Rosa Parks is a very public face of the fight against racism and inequality. She became a civil rights icon, but she is not the only to suffer
America is a 200-year-old republic in which democracy rules. Read the 20th-century writers who warned we are in danger of losing the great experiment.
Caving to political correctness, The Commandant of the Marine Corps has decreed that all symbols of the Confederacy be removed from Marine Corps bases.
Every year we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King and his dream for a better America. Yet we seem to have lost sight of his dream of what America could be
War is Hell. Whether over a hundred years ago in Ypres, France or today in the Middle East. It is horrible, and the cost in lives is always too high.
Today it is the one-party system of Democrat/Republican nationalists with their swamp fever bureaucrats against Donald Trump and the people.