Just about all that can-or should- be said or written about 9/11 has been said or written about 9/11. It’s starting to dull in our minds, whether we admit it or not. […]
What the past teaches us about our great political ideas shows us how dangerously different we’re doing it today.
With the scope and scale of our campaign funding, American’s are feeling like they’ve lost their voice. Here’s a look at why and what we can do to get it back.
On the 70th Anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, we look at the history of the nuclear age and what it means for one critical issue of our time.
What does prior military service, or lack thereof, tell us about our presidents and those that strive to be them.
Like it or not, what we share in our social media presence actually says something about us.
An independent’s point of view on the importance of the 21 Century American Conservative.
What happens when you look at the data instead of just the bumper stickers? What we found was remarkable, and a little frightening.
What a historical look at immigration policy tells us about our national sense of fear.
On this Memorial Day, we honor our fallen with honesty.