D.W. Wilber, On September 17, 1862, Corporal Henry Wilber of the 108th New York Volunteer Infantry was wounded, shot through the hand charging the “Sunken Road” near Antietam Creek, outside of the town of Sharpsburg, Maryland.… Read More »Reparations, or Just Revenge and Retribution?
Unlike many US presidents, Ronald Reagan understood there was no loftier achievement for any society than freedom. Saturday marks the 110th anniversary of the birth of America’s 40th president, Ronald Wilson Reagan, in Tampico, Illinois… Read More »Ronald Reagan: Twenty of His Best Quotes on Freedom, Government, and America
Sara Dogan, San Francisco Votes to Rename Schools Named for Founding Fathers George Washington and Abraham Lincoln ! In the latest excess of radical left cancel culture, the San Francisco School Board has voted to rename 44… Read More »Founding Fathers George Washington and Abraham Lincoln are officially Cancelled
TWO PRESIDENTS HAVE WARNED THE PEOPLE OF THE SECRET SOCIETIES – JOHN F. KENNEDY, AND NOW DONALD J. TRUMP. On April 27th 1961, JFK delivered a speech about “Secret Societies.” The speech was delivered at… Read More »WILL PRESIDENT TRUMP FINISH WHAT JFK SET OUT TO DO?
Vernon Jones, As we celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., let us not forget the principles for which he stood—the sanctity of life and the family, the importance of violence-free protest and a… Read More »Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Legacy Is as Important to Remember as Ever
Julio Rosas, The “Emancipation Memorial” was finally removed from Boston’s Park Square on Tuesday six months after the Boston Art Commission voted unanimously for its removal following an outcry from religious groups. Boston’s “Emancipation Memorial,”… Read More »Boston Kneels to the Outrage Mob and Removes Its Abraham Lincoln Statue