On June 8, 1906, the American Antiquities Act was approved and signed by President Theodore Roosevelt. The Act allowed the … More
Former judge Roy Moore, a candidate for Alabama’s U.S. Senate seat, defeated the incumbent Republican Senator, Luther Strange, in a … More
When is it okay to protest against social injustice?
Part sixteen will cover songs thirty-five through thirty-eight: “We Know,” “Hurricane,” “The Reynolds Pamphlet,” and “Burn” – the ruin of … More
Never forget that secession and the Civil War were about slavery. Never forget that the idea that secession was about states’ rights and any other nonsense is pure revisionism.
Although today is a day of celebration, it doesn’t feel like it has in the past, at least to me. … More
In March, I wrote a piece titled “The Unavoidable Realities of Healthcare” where I argued that the real problem of … More
After President Trump had announced the US would be pulling out of the Paris Climate Agreement, the reaction on the … More
Voter turnout is awful in national elections and diving in local elections. I live in a relatively well-off community but come … More