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Laudator Temporis Acti

Laudator Temporis Acti

COLUMN By Victor Davis Hanson History is not the melodrama of faceless collectives, but a tragedy of complexities.  We should not go quietly into the night and allow a current affluent, leisured and pampered generation to hijack the past, and damn it to perdition. Given the present’s own meager achievements, it has not earned the […]

160 Confederate Monuments Were Taken Down In 2020

160 Confederate Monuments Were Taken Down In 2020

KAYLEE GREENLEE Reporter At least 160 Confederate symbols including statues were removed from public spaces following the death of George Floyd in 2020, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. Of the symbols removed 94 were Confederate monuments, including a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee that was removed from the U.S. Capitol building […]

Biden’s Disbanding of 1776 Commission Shows Left’s War on US History

Biden’s Disbanding of 1776 Commission Shows Left’s War on US History

  Mike Gonzalez / @Gundisalvus  All Americans should wish President Joe Biden well. To do otherwise would be churlish and self-defeating. It beggars belief, though, that one of his first intended acts was for his White House to take down the report issued Monday by the 1776 Commission, and on his first day as president, to disband the […]

What Really Needs to Be Fixed

What Really Needs to Be Fixed

    By Don Jans More than two-thirds of U.S. voters say that democracy in the country needs to be fixed, according to a new Hill-HarrisX poll conducted in the lead-up to the November election. Sixty-nine percent of registered voters in the survey said democracy in the United States needs to be “fixed,” while 31 […]

Pulitzer Prize Awarded to ‘1619 Project’ Author Should Be Revoked: National Association of Scholars

Pulitzer Prize Awarded to ‘1619 Project’ Author Should Be Revoked: National Association of Scholars

BY GQ PAN The National Association of Scholars (NAS) is calling for the Pulitzer Prize Board to revoke the prize awarded to Nicole Hannah-Jones, the leading author of the New York Times’ “1619 Project.” In an open letter published Tuesday, 21 scholars and public writers urged the Board to acknowledge that it has “erred” in awarding the 2020 Prize for Commentary to […]

Why Real History Must be Taught

Why Real History Must be Taught

    By Don Jans It can be called nothing but ignorance and stupidity. Ignorance is lack of knowledge or information. Stupidity is behavior that shows a lack of good sense or judgment. So many on the left are saying that President Trump will end our democracy. We were never intended to be a democracy. […]

We are being promised Slavery

We are being promised Slavery

    By Don Jans We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are CREATED equal are endowed by their CREATOR with certain unalienable rights, among them the right to LIFE, LIBERTY, AND THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS.” We have a political movement in the United States that profoundly differs with the above statement. […]

Abolishing History From the Classroom Is What Got Us Into This Mess

Abolishing History From the Classroom Is What Got Us Into This Mess

BY ANNIE HOLMQUIST History’s time in the classroom has come and gone. At least, that seems to be the view of an Illinois state representative. According to NBC, Rep. La Shawn Ford of Chicago claims that the citizens of Illinois have been subjected to “miseducation” in their history curriculum, and as such, he demands “immediate action by removing current history books […]

Choices Before America

Choices Before America

    By Don Jans What Samuel Adams told American Colonists is just as true for Americans today as it was when the Father of the American Revolution said, “It is now high time for the people of this country to explicitly declare whether they will be free men or slaves.” This is the question […]

Ventura removed the Padre Serra statue

Ventura removed the Padre Serra statue

Ventura removed the Padre Serra statue that has been in front of City Hall in the middle of the night last night.   By Michael Hernandez VENTURA—City officials chose to remove the Junipero Serra statue in the middle of the night on Wednesday. Nothing but the pedestal remains along with the chain link fence.     […]

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