Category: History

Savage Indians & Modern Canards

An edited version of this post appears at American Thinker. Progressives embrace victimhood to give themselves moral superiority.  But victimhood often requires grossly distorted narratives in place of historical facts. Nowhere is this more apparent than in The Nation magazine, where two American Indian “activists” recently “debated” Should America Keep

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A Time of Decision For American Soldiers in the Revolutionary War

On this day in 1777, the 2nd Battle of Trenton (Battle of the Assunpink Creek) In the aftermath of the Continental’s existentially important victory Battle of Trenton on December 26, 1776, Washington and his officers surmised that the British would immediately try a strong counterattack to erase the American victory.

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