August 19, 2015 marked the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the German U-boat U-27 by the British Q-ship HMS Baralong — an infamous and barbaric act in which the British completely disregarded the Cruiser Rules of warfare.
On June 20, 1787, Oliver Ellsworth warned against the dangers of a con-con and reminded delegates of the superiority of states.
The homosexual agenda might have hit its stride during the last decade, but the seeds for its success were sown long, long ago.
Millions of people who can read today owe an enormous debt of gratitude to Samuel L. Blumenfeld, America’s foremost apostle of phonics over the past half century.
On June 4, 1787, the delegates to the Constitutional Convention debated the number and the powers of the proposed president.
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.
June marks the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta in England, an important document in the history of American liberty.