Three recent polls reflect increasing acceptance of New York Democrat Congresswoman’s Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s economic worldview — the rich aren’t paying their fair share — but ignorance of history will prove to be expensive indeed.
In the battle between Congress and the president over the funding of the federal government, neither party won — the Constitution did.
VIDEO - In this interview with The New American magazine, a press officer for the Silesian Freedom and Solidarity Center details how communist troops massacred coal miners for going on strike. The horror unfolded at the Wujek coal mine. Ironically, less then four decades later, communists at the UN COP24 "climate" summit in Poland were demanding that coal be kept in the ground to save humanity from alleged man-made global warming.
Comprehensive research has shown not only that Washington knew in advance of the attack on Pearl Harbor, but that it deliberately withheld its foreknowledge from our commanders in Hawaii in the hope that the "surprise" attack would catapult the U.S. into World War II.
The Pilgrim Code of 1636 has been erased from our contemporary curriculum, but it was our first modern constitution.
British historian Tom Holland explores the similarities between the decline and fall of ancient Rome and the current state of American political affairs.
Former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell, writing in the September 11 issue of American Thinker, detailed some alarming voter registration statistics, most involving Texas.
Leftists continue to emulate the Taliban in their efforts to replace historical monuments with their own distorted version of history.
An unpublished section of the autobiography of onetime racist and racial separatist Malcolm X, along with rare documents written by noted plagiarist Alex Haley, have been sold at auction. The material by Malcolm X — whose mid-’1960s renunciation of both “racism” and the Nation of Islam would inspire the latter to assassinate him — contains racial rhetoric that includes the line, “the white man is like a cactus.”
Another Bastille Day is upon us. Queen Marie Antoinette is usually blamed for the French Revolution, but she was actually the victim of the real culprits.
During this week at the Constitutional Convention of 1787, James Madison actually pushed for federal power to nullify state laws.