Category: Patriotism

Robert E. Lee Reconsidered ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Craig Montesano Clearly, Robert E. Lee’s reputation has plummeted from the lofty height it once occupied. It is time to clear a path through the rubble of toppled statues and discarded plaques to examine the qualities of the authentic Lee, as well as the… Continue Reading “Robert E. Lee Reconsidered ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

Alveda King Sums Up What Her Uncle MLK Would Say to America Today

By Virginia Allen Martin Luther King Jr. would oppose critical race theory because it “was socially engineered by Marxists and socialists,” Alveda King says. — Read on http://www.dailysignal.com/2022/01/17/alveda-king-sums-up-her-uncle-mlks-message-to-america-and-likely-view-of-critical-race-theory/

Truths, Ideals of MLK’s Message Have Been Lost to Wokeism

By Star Parker MLK’s message stands in total contrast to the rhetoric peddled by today’s progressives as the remedy to our nation’s racial strife. — Read on http://www.dailysignal.com/2022/01/14/the-ideals-of-mlks-message-have-been-lost-to-wokeism/

Raised In Segregated South, He’s Still Proud to Be an American

By Virginia Allen Even in the face of discrimination, “people were not so overcome with the spirit of oppression that they lacked agency,” William Allen said. — Read on http://www.dailysignal.com/2022/01/16/raised-in-segregated-south-hes-still-proud-to-be-an-american/

Undeceived: Who Would Write the Political Story of the Revolution? – Journal of the American Revolution

By James M. Smith Undeceived: Who Would Write the Political Story of the Revolution? – Journal of the American Revolution — Read on allthingsliberty.com/2022/01/undeceived-who-would-write-the-political-story-of-the-revolution/

Nathan Hale: A Patriot to Remember

By Rick Green It’s the fall of 1776 and New York City is under attack. The Declaration of Independence had birthed … — Read on m.theepochtimes.com/nathan-hale-a-patriot-to-remember_4150983.html

When George Washington Hosted Orthodox Christian Friends at New Year’s 1788 ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Nicholas Kosar New Year’s 1788 approached, two Orthodox Christians visiting from London arrived at Mount Vernon to visit George and Martha Washington. This married couple, who were to spend the next few days with the retired General, were an unusual pair with unique… Continue Reading “When George Washington Hosted Orthodox Christian Friends at New Year’s 1788 ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

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