The truly humbling part of the history of conflict between the government of the United States and the American Indians is that an official Congress of the Indians was large enough to initiate an effort of healing and reconciliation despite all that the native peoples endured. Published September 24 2011
As the Constitution of the United States turns 223 years old, it still is relevant and vital. Its enduring value stands out within our turbulent world. Published September 18 2011
Labor Day was born in the wake of some of the most turbulent labor unrest in our country’s history. Published September 5 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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