On Constitution Day, President Donald Trump announced a new education curriculum development grant geared toward “a pro-American curriculum that celebrates the truth about our nation’s great history.” At the National Archives in Washington, D.C., Trump…
Topic: U.S. history
The Washington Post compared Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a progressive Democrat, to famous abolitionist Frederick Douglass. As a result, we are providing a history lesson for the Post and its readers.
Political scientists rank President Donald Trump dead-last among American presidents, but neglected to mention their past statements against many of Trump’s policies in their survey, which calls into question their neutrality in the survey.
A school simulation of the pre-Revolutionary War Stamp Act went awry in Virginia, leading the school administration and teachers to apologize for not explaining the simulation clearly to parents.
Three professors claimed that minority students suffer “psychological harm” due to offensive memorials and monuments, such as the Confederate statues.
A student compared FDR’s internment camps to Trump’s proposed travel ban from Muslim-majority countries. Huh?!
Protesters demanded that UNC remove its ‘Silent Sam’ statue from its campus, which memorializes the university’s students who fought for the Confederacy in the American Civil War.
Two colleges plan on joining the political correctness-driven drive to overcorrect for namesakes on their college campuses, one being named after a signatory to the Declaration of Independence.
Artwork depicting Puritans and Native Americans side-by-side was deemed “hostile” by Yale University.
A poll found that 60% of Millennials are fine with Confederate statues being in public parks, contrary to the liberal narrative.