Category Archives: History

Noted Marxist-Inspired President Hopes Opponents Learn From Lincoln?

-By Warner Todd Huston Does President Obama have gall, or what? Obama, a man famed for being born to a Marxist from Kenya, trained by communist Frank Marshal Davis, and bathed in the destructive tactics of radical, anti-American leftist Saul … Continue reading

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Hultgren Statement On 70th Anniversary of Attack on Pearl Harbor

From the office of Rep. Randy Hultgren (R, Illinois 14th District)… Washington, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren (IL-14) today released the following statement on the 70th Anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. “Today marks seventy years since the … Continue reading

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Dec. 7, 1941, Japanese ‘Sneak Attack’ On Pearl Harbor ‘Will Live in Infamy’

On Dec. 9th, 1941, the Japanese launched a sneak attack on our forces at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. As a result, America formally joined the war against the Axis powers. 2,402 American servicemen were killed and 1,282 were wounded. In memory … Continue reading

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A Day of Thanksgiving in the New World

-By John F. Di Leo On October 3, 1789, President George Washington issued a proclamation declaring Thursday, November 26 of that year as a national day of Thanksgiving and prayer. Various states continued to hold their own Thanksgiving celebrations on … Continue reading

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Abe Lincoln and His Convicted Felon Pal, Bill Cellini?

-By Warner Todd Huston This is the kind of nonsense that we get with political influence peddling and corruption. A painting that now hangs in the new Lincoln library and museum in our state capitol has a ridiculous tie to … Continue reading

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