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By Faye Higbee – Posted November 13, 2018 McMinn County, Tennessee in 1946 was rife with corruption and voter fraud. The E.H. Crump political machine was well known for stealing votes and running the entire area as a racket. WWII veterans coming home from the war became angry at the continual actions of the machine. […]

“THOSE WHO DON’T KNOW HISTORY ARE DOOMED TO REPEAT IT.” Writing of Cato’s (Letters) reception in colonial America, one historian has concluded, “No one can spend any time in the newspapers, library inventories, and pamphlets of colonial America without realizing that Cato’s Letters rather than Locke’s ‘Civil Government’ was the most popular, quotable, esteemed source […]

Have you wondered how to fight back against the politically oriented messages our nation’s children receive in their classrooms?  Are you concerned about the changing focus of history lessons and the national hysteria over historical statues? Are our children taught factual history, or is it indoctrination?This father found a way to publicly reveal a problem and show his […]

by Tom DeWeese  July 10, 2017 The barbarians have finally broken down the school doors and are now plundering knowledge. Books are their target. Banning them is the goal. In New York City, administrators at the Life Sciences Secondary School have ordered all textbooks rounded up and removed. Books, they say, are antiquated. Instead, technology […]

by Amanda House  –  5 Jul 2017 SHARPSBURG, Maryland – U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke told Breitbart News that “history is important” and it should not be rewritten when asked about those attempting to destroy or remove Confederate monuments while touring Antietam National Battlefield on Wednesday in western Maryland. Zinke explained the significance of history, gesturing to the area […]

By Daniel Mallock  May 30, 2017 The recent removal of Confederate memorials from the City of New Orleans was greeted with applause by some and tears from others. Many Confederate monuments across the country are at risk. It is important to examine why this is happening, determine the logical conclusion, and ascertain whether or not the […]

African Americans and Native Americans are standing with the defenders of Confederate monuments in New Orleans. Photojournalist Abdul Aziz crossed the battle lines to find out why. By Brentin Mock – May 1, 2017 Back in December 2015, the New Orleans city council voted to remove several Confederate monuments, but the city is only now […]

  Virginia Resolution of 1798   RESOLVED, That the General Assembly of Virginia, doth unequivocably express a firm resolution to maintain and defend the Constitution of the United States, and the Constitution of this State, against every aggression either foreign or domestic, and that they will support the government of the United States in all […]