Let’s put aside our intellectual particularities for now and, with the American people, rally ’round the America the founders gave us.
Why does Michael Anton believe Brion McClanahan or anyone else writing for Chronicles is helping the Left by rejecting the positions of the 1776 Commission?
It’s hard for a movement to claim to stand for tradition when it attacks so much of the tradition it purports to defend.
The Enlightenment Era did begin in 1689 and America is the quintessential Enlightenment nation, but 1776 is still the right choice for America’s founding year.
Anyone not blinded by prejudice can see that freedom is under concerted assault in America. To rekindle the distinctively American variety of freedom it is first essential to understand it.
One of the last acts of the Trump Administration was the release on Monday of the “1776 Report”—a 45-page document by the President’s Advisory 1776 […]
The 1776 report intends to rebaptize American citizens in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, reinvigorating the American mind in the twenty-first century.
Why this American Founder believed July 2, 1776, would be “the most memorable epocha in the history of America.”
The “1619 Project” is a genuine and instructive exercise in “fascist attitudes and activity” as described by Mussolini.
The United States of America was indeed started in slavery, but it was founded in freedom.
Nikole Hannah-Jones and the New York Times peddled bogus history as fact. Instead of being repudiated, they just won the most prestigious award in journalism.
Teaching young people they have no country, that there is neither God nor justice, but only their own anger to right wrongs leads not to civilized self-rule but to fanaticism and self-destruction.
Nikole Hannah-Jones ought to step up, be courageous, and debate the historians with whom she disagrees. They’re waiting. All historical claims, particularly those with as wide-reaching and radical ramifications as these, must be discussed and scrutinized by trained scholars.