HISTORY

AARON BURR’S TRIAL AND THE CONSTITUTION’S TREASON CLAUSE

constitutioncenter | Scott Bomboy | September 1, 2021 It was on this day in 1807 that former Vice President Aaron Burr was acquitted of treason charges. The trial was truly a “Trial of the Century” in its time and one of the first tests of the Constitution’s Treason…

ANCIENT FOOTPRINTS YIELD SURPRISING NEW CLUES ABOUT THE FIRST AMERICANS

Karen Carr wsj | Robert Lee Hotz | September 23, 2021 Unearthed in New Mexico along what was once a lakefront, the tracks show generations living in the area thousands of years before many scientists believed At the height of the last Ice Age, generations of children…

SUPERVISORS VOTE TO EXAMINE LASTING EFFECTS OF SEGREGATION IN LOUDOUN

Nathaniel Cline/Times-Mirror loudontimes | Nathaniel Cline | September 21, 2021 Loudoun County Public Schools was segregated until the late 1960s, almost 100 years after Virginia was readmitted into the Union following the Civil War. Vimeo/LCPS-TV   The Loudoun…

AARON BURR’S TRIAL AND THE CONSTITUTION’S TREASON CLAUSE

campusreform | Adam Sabes and Robert Schmad | September 15, 2021 The student newspaper at Emory University edited a quote out of a re-published 9/11 article because it may be ‘harmful for some readers.’ Elizabeth Barchas Prelogar, who originally wrote the article, is…

EXPECTING ACTION AGAINST MILLEY? THINK, KENNEDY 1984 DEMOCRATS 2015

thefederalist | Sean Davis | March 10, 2015 Earlier this week, 47 Republican senators published an open letter informing the leaders of Iran that any nuclear deal with the United States that failed to be approved by the Senate would likely expire in 2017, once…

REAFFIRM WHO WE HOPE TO BE, INSTEAD OF ‘REIMAGINING’ OUR HISTORY

We are living in the age of reimagination. We are not reducing police, we are “reimagining policing” … not “packing” the Supreme Court but “reimagining justice” … not embracing media bias but “reimagining…