Tariffs were the taxes that made America great. They were the taxes relied upon by the first and greatest of our early statesmen, before the coming of the globalists Woodrow Wilson and FDR.

A Review of "The First Conspiracy"

Written by James Heiser

In The First Conspiracy, authors Brad Meltzer and Josh Mensch provide an engaging account of the plot to kill George Washington in the early days of the Revolutionary War.

How many quarrels, clashes and conflicts can even a superpower manage at one time? And is it not time for the United States, preoccupied with so many crises, to begin asking, “Why is this our problem?”

Thomas Sowell's new book, Discrimination and Disparities, contains a wealth of data and analysis that turns much of the thinking of politicians, academicians, legal experts and judges into pure, unadulterated mush.

Joe Biden’s entry into the race for the Democratic Party’s nomination for president has resurrected, to Joe’s chagrin, the 1991 ordeal endured by Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.

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