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”?
Perhaps a fitting way to celebrate the anniversary of the founding of the Library of Congress is to take a few hours to read a few selections from the books our Founders read. (See the link to the book list at the end of this article!)
A fitting way to celebrate the anniversary of the founding of the Library of Congress is to read some selections from the books our Founders read. by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
Barack Obama recently equated the Crusades and the Inquisition with Islamic jihad, but is there really an equivalence? Or was Obama simply repeating, to quote Napoleon, "agreed upon myths"?
In 1914, when the bulk of the soldiers on both sides of World War I were Christian and Christmastime rolled around, fighting ceased, despite orders from superiors.
President Obama's announcement yesterday that he is taking steps to end our "outdated approach" with Cuba and re-establish diplomatic relations has kicked up a firestorm of controversy. But one element that may be widely overlooked in the debate is how influential forces in the U.S. government and major media significantly aided and abetted Castro in his bid for communist domination of the island.
The patriot preparations for the battle of Fishdam Ford can assist modern patriots in their defense of liberty.
The actions of Corinth and Boeotia in the Peloponnesian League can teach us about how nullification should work.