Important in the liberty, libertarian, and anarchist movements, Lysander Spooner was a champion of the labor movement, a member of the First International, and ran a private company in direct competition with the United States Post Office. Learn the
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What do the NRA, Black Panthers, and Ronald Reagan have in common? Read on to learn the role of pro-gun African-Americans in America's gun control bat
Americans today are "deeply divided" about the meaning of their country, its history, and how it should be governed, according to the commission, which was created in the final year of Trump's first term, amid an increasingly popular trend of p
"Why I Am Opposed to the War in Vietnam" April 30, 1967, Riverside Church, New York
Human beings have a weakness: It is easy for us to see others' problems, but not our own problems. Actually, most of us are nearly blind to our own problems.
THE MINDS OF MEN is a 3+ year investigation into the experimentation, art, and practice of social engineering and mind control during the Cold War -- a mind-bending journey into the past that gives startling insight into the world we are living in
How America discovered the power of nuclear fission is a story many don't know. Learn how the U.S. came to use atomic power--and how it likely saved many lives.
Unlike post 19th Century America, Colonial America was very familiar with the principles of God's Natural Laws. Those laws were the catalyst for our War for Independence, our Declaration of Independence and our Bill of Rights.
If we wish to grasp American life in the 19th century, it's probably best to start by understanding that when America was young, it had no myth. Once we really understand that, the rest falls into place fairly easily.
I grew up in the city of Pittsburgh Pa. In my old neighborhood I came up with kids of many backgrounds. In those days I was called a 'dumb pollock' as a matter of flippant conversation almost every day until at least the age of eighteen as we kid
John Garand: The Forgotten History of the Man Who Invented the Iconic M1 Garand Rifle