The American Indian and Pilgrim represented two different races, originated from two completely different cultures, that did not share a common language. Published November 23 2011
President Woodrow Wilson’s decision stands out in political history as one of the most blatant reversals of policy of any U.S. president. Published November 15 2011
There are men and women in uniform who have put their lives on the line to maintain the vigil for freedom and the very least the nation could offer in return would be an expression of genuine gratitude. Published November 7 2011
Is it plausible that in the turbulent Spain of the late 1490s, the recently formed Spanish monarchy would completely trust a commoner from Genoa? Published November 2 2011
D.A. Jamison is a student of life and for the purposes of this column, a student of history. He is actually paid to teach U.S. History, but is still secretly a student and continues to burn the midnight ...Read More
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