FBI must explain prioritizing environmental activists on its terrorist lists – journalist (VIDEO)

The public deserves to know why the FBI singles out environmental or left-wing activists - some from decades ago - as top terrorist suspects on its most wanted lists, as opposed to violent right-wing fugitives, journalist Will Potter told RT. Potter, an investigative journalist and author of "Green is the New Red: An Insider's Account …

Ron Paul: Opt out of Common Core for my curriculum

Oklahoma recently took action to protect the state's children from the federal education bureaucracy by withdrawing from Common Core. Common Core is the latest attempt to bribe states, with money taken from the American people, into adopting a curriculum developed by federal bureaucrats and education "experts." In exchange for federal funds, states must change their …

Beginning American History Clarified

    January 22, 2014 at 12:28am Written by:  Rev. Mary Thomas-Spears Though many believe that America is an independent Country or that the U.S. is an independent Nation this couldn't be farther from the truth despite our 4th of July Celebration of Independence Day hi{story}. WHILE YOU ARE READING THIS ARTICLE, “LISTEN TO THIS”:  …

On this day in history: 19 November 1863

Words of Lincoln console nation On 19 November 1863 President Abraham Lincoln dedicated a cemetery on a Civil War battlefield where 51,000 Confederate and Union soldiers were lost or wounded after just three days of fighting.  Most Americans cannot hear the name of the Pennsylvania town of Gettysburg without thinking of Lincoln's famous speech on …

Humphrey Marshall (1812-1872)

1809 –  . Senator Humphrey Marshall vs. Representative Henry Clay At the Kentucky General Assembly, Clay introduces a resolution requiring members to wear homespun suits rather than import their duds from Britain. Only two members voted against the patriotic measure. One of them, Humphrey Marshall, was not a fan of Clay’s politics… or his fashion …