One nation, under outrage | Ray E. Landis

BY: - September 25, 2022

We're seeing a repeat of revolutionary anger. How we deal with it will determine the future of the nation.

A sign made by Vicki Farrell, 65, in the back of her car at the Aragon Precinct in Virginia Beach urging calm following the 2020 election. (Roger Chesley/ For the Virginia Mercury)

Despite periods of hysteria’ Truman found cause for hope in the national character | Opinion

BY: - September 23, 2022

Americans have repeatedly shaken off self-imposed mental chains to overcome periods of instability like the one we are suffering.

Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images.

Robert Bork helped dismantle anti-monopoly policy. That had consequences | Opinion

BY: - September 16, 2022

Monopolists have won a series of battles these past four decades, but history shows there is nothing inevitable about their ultimate victory.


9/11 Anniversary: Two decades later, how the pain of the attacks stays with a generation | Opinion

BY: - September 11, 2022

How do the attacks impact those who were too young to remember them or were not yet born when they happened?

A Texas law says slavery cannot be taught as part of the ‘true founding’ of the United States (Tamir Kalifa/Getty Images/The Conversation).

How politicians are seeking to control classroom discussions about slavery | Opinion

BY: - August 16, 2022

A Texas proposal to refer to slavery as 'involuntary relocation' is part of an ongoing effort to hide its horrific and brutal nature.

A photo illustration of some of the attendees at the first Niagara Conference meeting in Fort Erie, Canada, in 1905. From left, top row: H.A. Thompson, Alonzo F. Herndon, John Hope, possibly James R.L. Diggs. Second row: Fred McGhee, Norris B. Herndon, J. Max Barber, W.E.B. Du Bois, Robert Bonner. Bottom row: Henry L. Baily, Clement G. Morgan, W.H.H. Hart, B.S. Smith. — Library of Congress photo

The Niagara Movement, a precursor to NAACP, fought for economic and civil rights | Michael Coard

BY: - July 6, 2022

The Niagara Movement was right in rejecting an accommodationist approach and in advocating for economic wealth backed by intellectual, voting, and political power.


What, to the slave, is the Fourth of July? | Monday Morning Coffee

BY: - July 4, 2022

On Independence Day, a reminder that the promise of America is still unfulfilled.


A Republic, if we can keep it: It’s time for renewed, relentless action | David DeWitt

BY: - July 4, 2022

This Fourth of July, I will not be made despondent by the malicious designs of traitors and tyrants. I will be celebrating the unfolding of progress paid for in blood by patriots.

Replica of the United States Bill of Rights (Getty Images).

Our GOP activist U.S. Supreme Court is assaulting the separation of church and state | Opinion

BY: - June 24, 2022

Here’s the history of James Madison, freedom of religion, and freedom from religion in America.


What will the next generation of military leaders learn from our years of upheaval? | Opinion

BY: - June 15, 2022

From the pandemic to Jan. 6 and the Ukraine War, there has been no shortage of lessons.


Here’s why the Jan. 6 committee’s public hearings won’t reprise Watergate | Fletcher McClellan

BY: - June 10, 2022

Sad to say, the Jan. 6 Committee investigation may find that we have lost the capacity for outrage. 

The President's House Site tells the story of the paradox of liberty and enslavement in one home - and in a nation.

Oney Judge, enslaved by George Washington, made a great escape — and history | Michael Coard

BY: - May 24, 2022

This is a story that every American should know. And it's a movie Hollywood should make right now.