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Other items being auctioned include John F. Kennedy's Harvard sweater and the pen that Warren Harding used to end U.S. involvement in World War I.
The president's rambling Ohio rally becomes Comedy Central fodder.
Hours earlier, the president tweeted that NBC News had "totally and purposely changed" the meaning of his remarks at Friday's rally in Ohio.
Trump is supporting an “idol of white supremacy," said Robert E. Lee IV.
I remember traveling the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe after the fall of Communism. I found it interesting to see
Cries of “unprecedented” executive action on both sides are more histrionic than historical.
And if anyone thinks that this convention, populated mostly by Cruz and Trump delegates, if forced to pick a "dark horse
Southern-born and southern-bred Steve Earle recently composed a song called "Mississippi, It's Time." Along with Steve Earle
Why everything your teacher told you about the Union general and U.S. president was wrong.
But it was not to be so simple. Having reduced Lee's army by attrition and gotten it on the run, Grant didn't bother himself
At the 2013 National Prayer Breakfast, the keynote speaker was Dr. Ben Carson, a retired renowned neurosurgeon. In his address, Carson excoriated political correctness, supported health savings accounts, and advocated for the implementation of a federal flat tax.
Lincoln Observed: Civil War Dispatches of Noah Brooks. The Great Emancipator did not live to write an autobiography, but
Memorial Day Reminder of the Foolishness of War: 150 Years Ago Was Another Blood-Drenched Summer in the Civil War
Memorial Day offers an annual remembrance of courage and sacrifice as well as the all-too-frequent foolish and counterproductive effusion of American blood. Most of the conflicts in which so many Americans died were fool's errands, wars which the U.S. should never have fought.
The Overland campaign was one of the most decisive campaigns in American history on the 150th anniversary.
Americans seem to have an aversion to electing Cabinet secretaries to the presidency. However, this was not always the case. In fact, the position of U.S. secretary of state was once a customary stepping-stone to the presidency.
He's in office only four months when a rejected and delusional office seeker shoots him in the back at a train station. You'd
During this 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation and the Gettysburg Battle, it's good to remember that the most successful Union General in the Civil War was from the South.
Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered to Union General Ulysses S. Grant after the final battle at the Appomattox