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The Truth About Columbus

JARRETT STEPMAN, HERITAGE FOUNDATION Is this the last time we can celebrate Columbus Day? A wave of cities have decided to remove the holiday from the...

Missing in Action: How America Forgets MIA Day

BY EARL H. TILFORD Presidential proclamation, along with decrees by state governors, have served to establish September 20 as a national day of recognition for...

Albert Schweitzer, Medical Missionary to Africa, “Reverence for Life”

American Minute with Bill Federer Albert Schweitzer was born JANUARY 14, 1875, in a village in Alsace, Germany. The son of a Lutheran-Evangelical pastor, he won...

1968: A Year of Lost Innocence

BY MARK W. HENDRICKSON This weekend, I will celebrate the 50th anniversary of my high school graduation with most of the surviving classmates of the Cranbrook...

Liberals going nuts about Democrat turnout in Texas primary

Liberals going nuts about Democrat turnout in Texas primary, but they’re missing one key fact BY ALLEN WEST Well, if you were to read the news...

The Communist Holocaust and Its Lessons for the 21st Century

BY PHILIP VANDER ELST For at least half a century, nearly every secondary school pupil and university student in Britain has learnt about the evils...

A Revolution to Always Remember but Never Celebrate

As the Great October Socialist Revolution reaches its centennial anniversary, it's important to remember the devastation it wrought. LAWRENCE W. REED, FOUNDATION FOR ECONOMIC EDUCATION The...

Why we must ALWAYS celebrate and honor Columbus

BY ALLEN WEST It’s amazing to me that we actually have a group – of degenerates — who are sending out a clarion call to...

500 Years of Religious Liberty…will it make it another 500 years?

BY ALLEN WEST I reiterate my sincere condolences and prayers for those who so tragically had their lives taken from them in Las Vegas. To...

We must subdue the debt or it will subdue us

THOMAS JEFFERSON LEADERSHIP I consider the fortunes of our republic as depending, in an eminent degree, on the extinguishment of the public debt, before we...

Forgotten Conservative: Remembering George Schuyler

PAUL G. KENGOR, CENTER FOR VISION & VALUES It was 40 years ago, August 31, 1977, that George Schuyler died. He has been largely forgotten,...

North Korea: Apocalypse When?

BY EARL H. TILFORD, CENTER FOR VISION & VALUES Are Western intelligence services—primarily America’s—stupid or is North Korea a convenient toreador’s cape for problems so...

Politically incorrect truths about colonialism and the Third World

BY PHILIP VANDER ELST At a time when left-wing ‘anti-racist’ activists are seeking to remove statues of Cecil Rhodes and other historical figures associated with...

The Restoration of the Tradition

The American Tradition, by Clarence Carson PART 14: THE RESTORATION OF THE TRADITION Can the American tradition be re­stored? Supposing it were desir­able to do so, has...

Which profession is better, law or medicine? Part 1 of 2

THOMAS JEFFERSON LEADERSHIP I am sensible of the mark of esteem manifested by the name you have given to your son … you doubt between...

America’s Founders on Easter

BY DAVID BARTON Easter is celebrated across the world as one of the most significant Christian holy days -- as a time when we pause...

The Great ‘Christian Terrorist’ Unicorn Hunt

BY SELWYN DUKE It’s amazing how stupid smart people can seem when intent on putting a square peg in a round hole. This is seen...

Going Red for International Women’s Day

BY PAUL G. KENGOR The ability of the communist left to consistently mislead and use an ever-wider group of people never ceases to amaze. I wrote...

Notes of the Debates In the Second Continental Congress: 1775, 1776, by John Adams

Founders Corner Library: Major Works, John Adams Notes of the Debates in the Continental Congress by John Adams. Edited by Charles Henry Adams 1775 and 1776 All...

Why are Virginians giants and New Englanders but Pygmies?

THOMAS JEFFERSON LEADERSHIP Your letter of March 25th has been a cordial to me, and the more consoling as it was brought by your Grandsons...