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Category Archives: History
With President Donald Trump’s visit to Poland, Americans may rediscover a country few US media pay much attention to. When Trump said, “[T]he West will never, ever be broken,” it resonated with his audience. Poland’s history is one long narrative … Continue reading
Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) is still upset her party’s candidate Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 presidential election. As of Nov. 16, President-Elect Donald Trump had received 290 electoral votes and Mrs. Clinton had received 232. Michigan hasn’t been added to … Continue reading
On this Veterans’ Day, I wanted to share with readers a family salute to veterans dating to the American Revolution.
Everything is political nowadays, and the Smithsonian is following suit. Two distinguished men are being omitted from the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Both men are black, but it’s likely the political philosophies of Associate Justice Clarence … Continue reading
Who hasn’t seen the tabloids in the grocery, a handsome young man’s face smiling from the front page blaring to the world Bill Clinton has a biracial love child? That rumor has been afloat for years and gained some momentum … Continue reading
Professor Alan Schroeder talked with C-SPAN on Monday about the history of presidential debates. Schroeder authored the book Presidential Debates: Risky Business. Schroeder weighed in on the format for the debate, saying it will be the same as 2012. There’s … Continue reading