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Erasing Thomas Jefferson: Ignorance of Historical Context

BY MARK W. HENDRICKSON Recently, I wrote an article about the removal of Kate Smith’s recording of “God Bless America” from two famous American sports venues on...

A Case for America’s Goodness

LLOYD MARCUS, THE UNHYPHENATED AMERICAN Memorial Day, I caught an interview with WWII veteran, Edgar Harrell who survived the bombing of the USS Indianapolis. Sinking in...

New York Times: communism “made life better” for Chinese Women

BY PAUL G. KENGOR I recently wrote about a shocking piece in the New York Times peddling a line we literally would’ve once expected from the Daily Worker or Pravda. The Times ran a...

Hiroshima, Obama, and America’s Morals

BY DAVID BARTON The story behind America’s use of atomic weapons in World War II is one of the most fascinating in history. President Obama’s...

Of Virtue and Morality, by Clarence Carson

THE AMERICAN TRADITION: CLARENCE CARSON Source: The Freeman: Ideas on Liberty, Date 01 March 1964 Writers in the twentieth century have often entertained them­selves (and presumably their...

The Defamation of the American Tradition

THE AMERICANIST: CLARENCE CARSON ESSAYS Source: The Freeman: Ideas on Liberty, Date November 01, 1962 Many of the departures from the American tradition came...

And That’s All He Has to Say about That: Tom Hanks and Twisted History...

During a recent interview with Time magazine, Forrest (a.k.a. Tom Hanks) was discussing his new HBO WWII series The Pacific and, boy, did he ever deliver some gems. What was the gist of it? We Americans were out to kill the Japanese because, well, you know, we’re just so irredeemably “racist.”