On racial-ethnic checkoffs; Thomas Jefferson; nationalisms; Ukraine; legacy admissions; the American tongue; Jim Harbaugh; and more.
The belief that history and culture can be shaped by the manipulation of statues and other symbols is just one more superstition.
Actually, Thomas Jefferson did a lot of good, even on slavery.
The original statue was commissioned in 1883 to honor Jefferson’s support for religious freedom.
I’m defending Thomas Jefferson at an event with my friend Chip Roy tonight.
On Mark Haidar, an American success story from Lebanon.
New York City’s unceremonious decision to remove the author of the Declaration of Independence from its City Council chamber is wrong.
Leftists are taking over America’s history, specifically sites such as Jefferson’s home, Monticello and Madison’s home, Montpelier.
We’re better than letting politics destroy friendships. May it be so.