While the Indian Removal Act of 1830 was one of the most divisive and controversial pieces of legislation to be passed by the Congress of the United States, it created severe ramifications throughout both the Indian nations and the white society.
As Americans remember Veteran’s Day this Wednesday and celebrate the day in whatever way they may, the origins of the day help put it into a more proper perspective.
Life in rural America in the 1930s and 1940s was built on the pillars of family, respect for others and appreciation for the simple things in life.
We owe immigrants what we gave to previous generations of immigrants---the transmission of our history, language, culture and values.
My life was simple with plenty of respect, help and love, was prevalent amongst the people I knew—I was blessed to have lived in this time of simplicity.
None of the people I grew up with had a college education, but they did have an eighth-grade education and plenty of common sense.
There may have been problems in the 1930s and 1940s, but life was generally easier.
Like it or not, war with Iran is inevitable, all wishful thinking and diplomatic overtures to the contrary. No paper agreement will stop Iran’s totalitarian ambitions than it did Hitler’s.
In his autobiography, Jefferson declared, "Nothing is more certainly written in the book of fate than that these people are to be free."
D-Day was about ordinary soldiers, sailors, and airmen and countless others who offered their lives for a greater purpose - a greater good. It is a day worth remembering.
A majority of citizens across the United States may not even realize that Armed Forces Day is even a legitimate American holiday.
Ben Affleck is the genetic byproduct of an American ancestor that hailed from the deep South. And this particular antebellum forerunner was a slave owner.
Focusing on the potential of human harmony requires a genuine effort intended to get past the pain of loss, past resentment, past the emotional and intellectual baggage, past religious or political dogma, and past negative, judgmental attitudes.
Dr. Benjamin Carson recently quipped in an interview that after studying the new APUSH material, it would make American students want to go and join ISIS. How could that be?
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.
Being king doesn’t necessarily mean an easy life, especially in our democratic age. Join Blog Talk Radio host Joseph Cotto and Marquis Dr. Carl Lindgren on Rwanda's monarchy
Religion is viewed by some as a non-intellectual exercise, but even apart from that, many assume for constitutional reasons that religion should be left out of the classroom, even at our major universities.
Today, nearly 200 years after Key penned his poem America still celebrates that early dawn moment that was immortalized in what is now our National Anthem.
OCALA, Fla., April 28, 2014 — It’s no secret that the American conservative movement is bereft of ideas. One need only watch a weekday evening cable “news” program or listen to any number of talk radio shows to discover how bad the situation is. How often do we hear about reproductive rights, school vouchers, global ...
The Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History will commemorate the sesquicentennial of the Atlanta Campaign 1864 The Exhibit.