You may have noticed people where you’re employed adding pronouns to their email signature. If you’re unsure of what I’m referring to, it’d be something like: Sincerely,Thomas (he/she/they/them…) The incidence of this occurring where I work is slowly increasing. As it does, I wonder if it will ever be the
January 1, 2023, marked the 160th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln’s “Emancipation Proclamation” on January 1, 1863. Widely claimed to “free all slaves” by those promoting the Lincoln Myth, his proclamation did not free nearly a million slaves in the United States. Lincoln specifically exempted from freedom every slave in
In December of 1776, the rebellion in Britain’s American colonies was hanging by a thread. Across the Atlantic, the French had been eagerly monitoring the situation, thrilled to watch their greatest adversary be undermined, but enthusiasm was dwindling and the general consensus was settling on the bleak likelihood that George
There’s a common misunderstanding about the “general Welfare” phrase in the U.S. Constitution. Frequently the phrase is used to justify the federal government doling out cash and goodies to individuals in favored groups and particular situations. A 2018 letter to the editor titled “The US Constitution favors the liberal left”
I’m going to avoid any puns around backfiring when discussing Alyssa Milano’s recent debacle with buying a Volkswagen and decrying Tesla and Elon Musk. Except for maybe this cheap title. But it was spectacular. As celebrities decide how to publicly announce their distaste with Twitter’s new CEO, Elon Musk, Ms.
As independent journalists like Matt Taibbi and Bari Weiss release Substack pieces and Twitter threads on the Twitter Files, some may expect a type of reckoning. I mean, the evidence for numerous things we should be upset about is overwhelming. All of the complaints from self-described conservatives that were being
I am an atheist who knows what Romans 13 is. Scott Horton helped me understand: “It says in the Bible boy, that ya do whatever the President saysif he’s a Republican. Romans 13.” There are two diametrically opposing interpretations of the Bible’s direction to Christians on government. My summary: There