June marks the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta in England, an important document in the history of American liberty.

On June 3, 1781, Jack Jouett set out on a dangerous midnight ride to warn Thomas Jefferson of an impending British attempt to capture him.

Shortly after the outset of WWI, the British were desperate to get America to join the Allies. And the facts suggest that they let a passenger liner be sunk to obtain that end.

An article published by Ron Paul's Voices of Liberty asks what modern liberals have to do with the classical concept.

Will our nation, so often described as “war-weary,” rise up to stop the march toward the next Vietnam or Iraq, another “perpetual war for perpetual peace”?