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Reneging on its treaties, the U.S. government forced the “Five Civilized Tribes” in the East to move to Indian Territory in Oklahoma, causing death, destruction — and faith in God.

On the 239th anniversary of the ride of Paul Revere, we should remember his actions, British actions, and patriots' actions and then consider how America is faring today.

Two hundred and thirty-nine years ago Patrick Henry delivered that famous ultimatum, "Give me liberty or give me death."

 

For various reasons, some people claim that the Holocaust perpetrated against the Jews is a historical myth, but the documentary evidence belies their beliefs.

On the Ides of March, General George Washington defused a potential coup that might have brought down Congress.

The Gulf of Tonkin incident, in which it was claimed two American ships were attacked on the open seas, caused the United States to enter the Vietnam War. But it was fiction.

Wednesday, February 19, is the 207th anniversary of the arrest of Aaron Burr on charges of treason.

Despite our decades-long backward slide toward despotism, the Constitution remains intact and provides a beacon of hope for restoring the Republic.

It’s said that “history” is written by the winners, skewing it one way or another. In recent times, history has been unmade by media — as FDR and Charles Lindbergh exemplify.

CFR author Benn Steil admits Soviet agent Harry Dexter White, the top economic advisor to FDR and the architect of the Bretton Woods Conference that created the IMF and World Bank, also played a key role in bringing about the “Day of Infamy.”

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