The recent decision by President Obama to invoke executive privilege conjures up images of Nixon amidst the Watergate scandal, but the practice was first used by George Washington who eventually turned over the requested documents. Published June 30 2012
Recent elections in Egypt held hope for many citizens that genuine democratic reforms could form the basis of a new government. Unfortunately, not all revolutions leave the people with what they want. Published June 28 2012
Today such glaring hypocrisy in most major media outlets is not only dishonest and disingenuous, it is an insult to genuine journalism. Published June 22 2012
June 19, or Emancipation Day, marks the day slaves in Galveston, Texas first learned the government had granted them freedom. Published June 19 2012
Flag Day is not on Americans radar like Memorial Day or Independence Day, and most Americans may not even realize Flag Day even exists. But, the U. S. flag became official before the U.S. government became formally organized. Published June 14 2012
D-Day, the largest amphibious invasion in world history and a pivotal moment during World War II, enabled more than 100,000 soldiers to begin their march across France to take down Adolf Hitler. Published June 5 2012
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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