History

Twenty-five years ago this month, the Federal Communications Commission ended the “Fairness Doctrine,” which in the name of "fairness" infringed on the freedom of speech of radio and television stations, in violation of the First Amendment.

In the process of providing the world with improved transportation, Henry Ford accelerated the automotive industry, was a factor in the United States’ industrial growth and provided us a “freedom machine.”

Seventy-five years ago President Franklin D. Roosevelt tried to pack the Supreme Court in order to insure that his extra-constitutional New Deal policies would be upheld. But though FDR's packing scheme failed, the court got the message.

A look at George Schuyler, a forgotten black conservative, one of the most prolific editorialists, black or white, that twentieth century America has ever produced. Schuyler is perhaps best known for his autobiography,Black and Conservative, which even the black leftist academic, Cornel West, described as a “minor classic.”

Bishop Martin NiemoellerSeventy-five years ago in Nazi Germany, on July 1, 1937, the Gestapo arrested war hero and champion of Protestant resistance Bishop Martin Niemöeller, and the lines were clear: Hitler against Christianity.

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