VICTOR DAVIS HANSON: Thoughts On The 1776 Commission And Its Report
The commission`s report was removed from government web sites on the first day of the Biden Administration
Victor Davis Hanson
Daily Caller
Lockerbie`s last secrets
The haunting details of Lockerbie bombing revealed in devastatingly moving minute-by-minute account
Jonathan Mayo
Daily Mail Online
Have a Historically Accurate Thanksgiving!
As every public school child knows, the first Thanksgiving took place in 1621, when our Pilgrim forefathers took a break from slaughtering Peaceful, Environmentally Friendly, Indigenous Peoples to invite them to dinner
Ann Coulter
Thanksgiving During The 1918 Spanish Flu
On Thanksgiving 1918, the world was in the throes of a pandemic that infected around one-third of the global population

Another Reason to Remember the Easter and Passover Weekend
As we celebrate Easter Sunday and the Jewish Passover, we should keep in our prayers and remembrances the many Americans who fought and sacrificed during that same time 73 years ago in the Battle of Okinawa.
Hans von Spakovsky
The Daily Signal

What Happened to Washington’s Birthday? Big Business, Labor Unions Lobbied Congress for `President’s Day`
Most Americans probably don’t know that the Uniform Monday Holiday Bill that Congress passed and President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law in 1968 is why we celebrate Presidents’ Day on the third Monday in February.
Penny Starr

Flynn: Before Socialism Collapsed Behind the Iron Curtain, It Failed Near Plymouth Rock
Before socialism failed in the Soviet Union, East Germany, and Albania, it flopped in Plymouth Colony.
Daniel J. Flynn

Waste Not, Want Not: Presidents Eisenhower and Truman Gave No `Pardons,` Ate Their Thanksgiving Turkeys
Keeping in step with decades of White House tradition, President Donald Trump duly pardoned “Drumstick” the turkey on Tuesday, but two of his esteemed predecessors were less interested...
Warner Todd Huston

Articles: The Great Robert E. Lee
Robert E. Lee was a great American...
J. Robert Smith
American Thinker

75 Years Ago, U.S. Marines `Sealed Japan`s Doom` At This Pivotal WWII Battle
At Guadalcanal, the Empire of Japan lost two-thirds of their 31,000-plus army troops committed to the fight. Approximately 1,600 Americans were killed.
Marc LiVecche
The Federalist

The Civil War General From Illinois Who Gave Us Memorial Day
Moved by the devotion she witnessed, Mary Simmerson Logan urged her husband, Illinois General John A. `Blackjack` Logan, to look into creating what was to become Memorial Day
Warner Todd Huston