For George Washington, Christmas was not always a happy day. As a boy of eight, his home burned down on Christmas Eve. Serving in the British Army in 1753, he was shot at in a miserable, freezing village called “Murdering Town.”
5/29: ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E. Williams explains how liberals have attempted to make the institution of slavery a uniquely American system, when it was in fact a practice all over the world.
4/10: ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E. Williams explains why the Millennial generation's love affair with socialism is a disaster for the country.
3/30: ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky writes about the deadliest battle of World War II.
American Civil Rights Union Policy Board member Walter Williams explains how the Pilgrims planted the seeds of American self-sufficiency and saved the Massachusetts colony from a collectivist disaster.
The House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi now wants to tear down all the Confederacy-related statues in the U.S. Capitol, in solidarity with the Antifa (anti-Fascist) movement.
Confederate generals were fighting for independence from the Union just as George Washington and other generals fought for independence from Great Britain.
The job of tyrants and busybodies is never done.
Most often, the hate-America teachings are centered on the fact that slavery is a part of our history. What is left untaught is: Slavery was a routine part of human history.
One of the wonders of modern times is that reality is often seen as a social construct and therefore optional.