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New Orleans Removes Jefferson Davis Monument; Gens. Beauregard, Lee Next

11 May 2017
New Orleans Removes Jefferson Davis Monument; Gens. Beauregard, Lee Next

New Orleans city workers removed a statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis on May 11 and monuments to Generals Lee and Beauregard will soon receive a similar fate.

History of May Day

01 May 2017
History of May Day

May 1, or May Day, has for over a century been the most important holiday of the year for communists, socialists, and anarchists.

Christ’s Resurrection: The Historical Record

16 April 2017
Christ’s Resurrection: The Historical Record

The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the principal cause of the spread of the Christian faith. But is it history?

Libel Against Thomas Jefferson Continues

28 February 2017
Libel Against Thomas Jefferson Continues

Despite a lack of evidence, sloppy journalists and even some irresponsible historians persist in perpetuating the ugly charge that Thomas Jefferson fathered children by his slave Sally Hemings.

Is the U.S. Intelligence Community Believable?

22 February 2017
Is the U.S. Intelligence Community Believable?

Can we trust the U.S. intelligence community when they say that Russia “hacked the election” to help Trump? Consider a past intelligence failure: Iraq’s alleged WMDs.

George Washington’s Christianity

22 February 2017
George Washington’s Christianity

Many infidels like to say that George Washington was a deist. But the historical record strongly suggests that he was a sincere believer in the deity of Jesus Christ, and...

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Intelligence War: Players, Plans, and Betrayals

24 July 2006
Intelligence War: Players, Plans, and Betrayals

As WWII proceeded, Soviet and British intelligence operatives and American private interests sought to infiltrate and influence American operations.

Stoking the Fire: Celebrating the Atrocities of the French Revolution

03 July 1989
Stoking the Fire: Celebrating the Atrocities of the French Revolution

Celebrations of the bicentennial of the French Revolution ignore the unpleasant historical facts.

John Brown’s Lethal Legacy

07 February 2017
John Brown’s Lethal Legacy

John Brown, the abolitionist-turned-murderer who tried to incite a slave revolt, is held as a role model for liberals because his murders of innocents directly fueled the Civil War.

The More Things Change: The George Soros of the Sixth Century B.C.

02 February 2017
The More Things Change: The George Soros of the Sixth Century B.C.

George Soros's use of his wealth to manipulate the poor into violent uprisings against the middle class follows the pattern of 6th century B.C. muckraker Pisistratus.

NRA Mourns Death of Conservative Civil Rights Activist Roy Innis

16 January 2017
NRA Mourns Death of Conservative Civil Rights Activist Roy Innis

Last week, the National Rifle Association mourned the death of civil rights activist, NRA life member, and former NRA board member Roy Innis.

A Look Into the July 4th Issue of The New American!

27 June 2016
A Look Into the July 4th Issue of The New American!

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