Andrew Jackson’s political life and his resilience in defeat show a path forward for Americans today who look to continue the populist fight.
The irony of the New York Times’ 1619 Project is that it embraces the critique of the American Founding espoused by the leading defender of Southern slavery, Sen. John C. Calhoun.
Distasteful as it might be, Americans of nearly identical economic, religious, and political beliefs lived in a Union where they could own another human in one state, and could not in another.
Progressives are outraged that a new HBO series will depict a modern-day Confederacy. But they have more in common with the Confederacy than they realize.
The writings of Ta-Nehisi Coates often receive resounding acclaim from the liberal media. Here, Helen Andrews breaks down the cracks in his argument and explains why such praise is largely unwarranted.
Virtually everyone who lived before the present probably held opinions of one sort or another that some of us find offensive. Off with their names!
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