Celebrating two american legends
In 1862, President Abraham Lincoln was torn: with the War Between the States raging, the clarion call to free the slaves was louder than ever. However, to do so, Lincoln feared a backlash from his own Union forces, who were more concentrated on the rebels then the abolitionists. In the end, the 16th ... More >>
Procrastinating taxpayers: wonder why you're getting a couple extra days to file your taxes this year? April 15 fell on a Sunday this year, so you can thank a Christian for the first extra day, as politicians are so terrified of offending them, they've never liked to do government business on Sunda ... More >>
"Several hours"At this very moment, politicians are reading the United States Constitution on the floor of the House of Representatives. The exercise is some sort of symbolic act, led by the newly Republican majority, but also including Democrats, lest they be called terrorists. The reading i ... More >>
A bicentennial tribute to a great American
A Law Punishing Slavery Now
'Are You Living in This World, Mr. Kansteiner?'
Nat Turners Second Coming
It Was Hitler Who Outlawed Free Speech
How Clean Is Amoco's Gas?
'Our People Were Turned to Ash'