The New York Times 1619 project wants to rewrite the American Revolution as a fight to keep slavery alive in America. Which is false on many levels.
America has a complex history. We have extraordinary American Achievements. And extraordinary mistakes. Aim for the goal, don't destroy the journey
Slavery is widely recognized as inhumane and outlawed in most societies. But it still exists in the world as it has existed since time immortal.
Tulane University asks what a nearly 200-year-old victory bell has to do with slavery? Not much, but everything. So its gotta go.
Self-righteous assaults on America's history will harm us going forward. We need to recognize our errors and the people who have fought to change them
Cheerleaders like Dinesh D'Souza and Mark Levin make Republicans the heroes of American slavery and Democrats the villains. Not so fast.
There are those who suffered. But it is not just African-Americans - Native Americans, WW II Japanese, Irish, Italians. Were do you stop on reparatations
Cotton has a history dyed red by the blood of slavery, it is only a part of it's history. Cotton is a leading cash crops, creating jobs domestically and globally
There are already demands to tear down statues to Washington and Jefferson; they aren't pure enough for people who have little idea about what they really did.
Freeing his slaves is a legitimate legacy from a man who dared for risk his life for the true freedom of his people.
Colin Kaepernick has a right not to stand for the national anthem. But if he knew more about the history of black patriotism in America, he might change his mind.
Congress refused to allow Obama to sit a judge to replace Antonin Scalia, and because of the rules Democrats have imposed, going back to Andrew Jackson, they had little to say about it.
In his autobiography, Jefferson declared, "Nothing is more certainly written in the book of fate than that these people are to be free."
Although now not a widely known holiday, Juneteenth is a day to celebrate everyone’s freedom – not just for black Americans, but for all Americans.
Rachel Dolezal is under fire for lying about her race. Why does it matter?
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.
The press would rather print Paul’s answer to their questions than print his thoughtful argument against abortion
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WASHINGTON, June 19, 2014 – The American Civil War devastated the United States, but in April of 1865, only days before Easter, Robert E. Lee surrendered the Confederate forces at Appomattox, in Virginia. On June 18, 1865, over two months after this historic event, U. S. Army General Gordon Granger marched 2,000 Union soldiers into Galveston, ...
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