The New York Times has begun a major initiative, the "1619 Project," to observe the 400th anniversary of the beginning of American slavery.
The Siege at Ruby Ridge is often considered a pivotal date in American history.
The 34th president certainly did not believe it was 'disloyal' to question the Jewish State's policies against Arabs in the region.
The ultimate American imperial dream is to engineer a Chinese vassal state
Twenty years ago, President Bill Clinton commenced bombing Serbia in the name of human rights, justice, and ethnic tolerance. Approximately 1,500 Serb civilians were killed by NATO bombing in one of the biggest sham morality plays of the modern era.
The wars began in the 1600s with the arrival of Spanish colonists in present-day New Mexico and were especially intense from 1831 into the 1850s. Mexican operations often coincided with the Apache Wars of the United States, and Mexico continued to op
When tragedy strikes, as it did in two mass killings earlier this month, there is always the urge to pressure the government do something. Governments are animated by the belief that doing something -- any demonstrable overt behavior -- will show t
You had better buckle up, because it looks like we are in for a bumpy ride.
It's imperative that readers get reacquainted with the politics and economics of that terrible episode in American history.
Here is one of the most amazing ads from a 1930 American newspaper... How could this be possible?
Leftist presidential hopeful, Marianne Williamson, released her proposal to pay between $200 to $500-billion in reparations to descendants of African slaves int he US to be disbursed over 20 years. She said that offering less than $100 billion is an
'Impeachment: American Crime Story' About Clinton Scandal A Go At FX With Sarah Paulson As Linda Tripp & Monica Lewinsky Producing
It reveals a dangerous strain of vengeance in U.S. foreign policy.
Abraham Lincoln the Marxist? If you said those words in polite neoconservative company, you would be called anti-American or a "neo-Confederate."
If a chaotic concert that nearly failed "defined a generation," what does that actually mean?
Recorded in the late 1960's - Edward G. Griffin author of the landmark book "Creature from Jekyll Island" in what appears to be - speaking a private home - about The John Birch Society.
Pentagon is urged to investigate whether ticks were developed as 'biological weapons' in the 1950s amid rise in debilitating disease
One of the newest electric vehicles to soon hit the market is a limited-edition, 1967-style Ford Mustang replica made by Charge Cars. The British startup's new take on the classic Mustang delivers all the performance and power of the iconic muscle
Trump was denounced for his "tyrannical and despotic" attempt to withhold federal funds from self-proclaimed "sanctuary cities" that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration authorities. Rather than sanctuary cities, Lincoln dealt with b
Saturn V is projected onto the National Monument to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing
Explore the MOON in incredible 3D map: Interactive module follows footsteps of astronauts to mark 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 crew's historic first landing
The 4 Industry Sectors as Evil as the Military-Industrial Complex - We Should Have Listened to Ike
This powerful video discusses the little known backstory of why 1992 presidential candidate Ross Perot was blackmailed and intimidated to drop out the race. As I pointed out in a previous LRC blog, none of this crucial information will be reported in
America was honored as she has not been for many years. It was truly a celebration of and recognition of the uniqueness and greatness of the nation which was formed based on acknowledging our God-given rights.
In what is considered one of the greatest abolitionist speeches, Frederick Douglass presented "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?" to the Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society in New York on July 5, 1852.
Recall those who embraced the rhetoric of liberty and continued to plant the seeds for prosperity and the document which inspired it, on this July Fourth.
Thomas Jefferson wasn't perfect. And neither are his critics.
Americans who celebrated the Fourth of July in 1880 were celebrating a concept of freedom that is opposite to the concept of freedom that Americans today celebrate on the Fourth.
How twisted has history gotten?
About this Title: A double page broadside pamphlet in which Spooner appeals to the non-slave owning population of the South to support the abolition of slavery.