The worst mistake in U.S. history was the conversion after World War II of the U.S. government from a constitutional, limited-government republic to a national-security state.
"A thinking American must choose between Hamilton and Jefferson, whose contrary visions of the future were contested in the first days of the Constitution. If you are happy with big government, big banks, big business, big military, and judicial di
By now, Americans interested in the Confederate monument removal project have had it drilled into them that the monuments were erected decades after the end of the Civil War as testimonies to white supremacy in all its various manifestations: segrega
You will really despise Andy Jackson, when you learn the true facts of history! You will also be shocked to learn the critical role that the Creek refugees had in spreading that Southeastern icon, Greek Revival architecture, across the nation. He
The American Legion finally calls for a congressional inquiry
In a letter to President Thomas Jefferson in 1787, John Adams wrote, "All the Perplexities, Confusion and Distress in America, arise not from defects in the Constitution or Confederation, nor from a want of Honor or Virtue, so much as from downrigh
We've all been hearing fears of civil war in America recently, and while I think those fears are overblown (as fears generally are), I want to address something that doesn't make the news feeds: the fact that we can take this question seriously e
We are going to have to do far more than take down Robert E. Lee's statue.
At this school, the three Rs are reading, writing -- and revolvers.
"Who are you?" – The Caterpillar, in Lewis Carroll's, Alice in Wonderland
In the United States, a citizen may sue the government. It is fortunate that it should be so, because, as libertarians like to point out, government is society's single worst offender.
When the government tries to squash anti-American ideas it doesn't like, the results are often destructive of American ideals.
Ever since the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, took place, memorials and statues of the great men of the Confederacy--along with the flags of the Confederacy--are being vandalized or taken down by municipal governments.
When I read Professor Thomas DiLorenzo's article ( http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2017/08/21/lincoln-myth-ideological-cornerstone-america-empire/ ) the question that lept to mind was, "How come the South is said to have fought for slavery when t
Every civilization has its own peculiar characteristics, and because of them, each has its own vulnerable areas… areas that a clever adversary can take advantage of. Our Western civilization is no exception.
Under the guise of "political correctness," cities (such as Baltimore, MD) are removing their Confederate monuments one-by-one and under cover of darkness.
"They had found a leader, Robert E. Lee -- and what a leader! … No military leader since Napoleon has aroused such enthusiastic devotion among troops as did Lee when he reviewed them on his horse Traveller."
Activists lifted a modern sculpture depicting a pregnant African-American "Lady Liberty" onto the pedestal where a monument to Confederate Generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson was removed overnight.