Dr. Carter G. Woodson (1875-1950), known as "The Father of Black History," was born in Buckingham County, Virginia, the son of former slaves.
There is very little new under the sun. The monument and statue destruction that we are witnessing has been witnessed in other times and other places.
State Rep. LaShawn K. Ford said current history teachings overlook the contributions of women and minorities.
Chris Stevens was an ambitious US State Department employee who volunteered to participate in the overthrow of the Libyan government in 2011.
Never before have I seen the case of Dred Scott as completely and accurately presented as John Remington Graham presents it in his monograph, Blood Money: The Civil War and the Federal Reserve ( www.turningthetidepublishing.com ), republished below w
The Problem with Lincoln is the culmination of Tom DiLorenzo's many years of research on Abraham Lincoln.
Continuing from the prior column– https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2020/07/22/did-bankers-foment-the-civil-war/ -- John Remington Graham's thesis that the mis-named "civil war" was fomented by bankers who desired a large national debt that t
The Confederacy has been the excuse for some of today's rioting, property destruction and grossly uninformed statements.
In my last two columns, sufficient evidence was provided that the Lincoln regime was an unconstitutional war crime regime and that the so-called "civil war" was an act of northern aggression against the South initiated by Lincoln for the purpose
This is a wake-up call.
Last month the University of Southern California announced the removal of the name of former USC president Rufus von KleinSmid from a building on campus. Von KleinSmid served as president of the university from 1921 to 1947.
The title of Thomas J. DiLorenzo new book, The Problem with Lincoln, is an understatement. Lincoln was far more than a problem. He was the worst disaster ever to befall the United States.
Some black Americans have created a black version of the KKK. They have even adopted similar terminology. The leader is called "Grand Master Jay."
Most of us learned the key ideas of the Declaration of Independence in school: that "all men are created equal," "endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights," that government's job is "to secure these rights." This was a radical departu
It's far worse than I thought. In addition to the many links between the family that owns The New York Times and the Civil War Confederacy, new evidence shows that members of the extended family were slaveholders.
The Covid-19 virus itself didn't run the United States into a ditch but it exposed the weakness and rot in the nation's drive-train, and now all of us passengers on that disabled bus must decide whether to stay helplessly inside the smoldering wr
(Excerpted and reedited from Who Really Killed Martin Luther King Jr.?)
The Strange Synchronicity of Seemingly Unrelated Enigmatic Events: April 1963, Seven Months Before JFK's Assassination
If You Have Stocks, Bonds Or Securities, You Do Not Own Them: Cede & Co. Does. Who Owns Your Residential Mortgage? Cede & Co. Does. Who Caused The Collapse Of The American Economy? DTCC, DTC & Cede & Co. Did.
The Payseurs have gone to extreme lengths to corrupt government documents, such as courthouse records. They have hidden the births of many of their descendants, and have covered over with extreme secrecy most of their monetary holdings. They have bee
By the time he graduates public high school, most every student in America has been indoctrinated with the notion that it was Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev who "blinked" during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Yet poets Thoreau and Emerson made him a god and helped spark the Civil War.
G. Edward Griffin says re-tells the story of how and why the Federal Reserve was created in 1913 at a secret meeting on Jekyll Island.
Last week a handful of students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison called for a statue of Abraham Lincoln to be removed from the campus.
Police say motive unknown.
The Constitution was, and is, emphatic on one matter, at least: only Congress possesses the power to declare war. In the 1840s, an era of legislative preeminence, even the high-risk Tyler blanched, aware that the agreement exceeded his authority.
'This shows these anarchists have no bounds' President Trump hits out after statue of black abolitionist Frederick Douglass is hacked from its base in Rochester and damaged beyond repair on the 168th anniversary of his Fourth of July address
Old coins vaccinated me against trusting politicians long before I grew my first scruffy beard. I began collecting coins when I was eight years old in 1965, the year President Lyndon Johnson began eliminating all the silver in new dimes, quarters, an
Be strong. Be brave. Be one with your brothers and sisters. Remember who you are. Remember what it is to be an American. And let freedom reign again.
I did not celebrate the Fourth of July today.