By Emma Kaden Three years ago, a new Broadway show took the United States by storm, redefining the way Americans interact with theatre and causing an ever-growing cultural sensation. That show is Hamilton, a hip-hop musical almost everyone knows about,
By Emma Kaden The U.S. education system has its flaws and its advantages, just like every other education system in the world. However, the United States outranks other countries when it comes to higher education, for one very specific reason:
By Emma Kaden Education is a crucial element to ensure a bright future for America—children will eventually become the adults who lead the nation—and it is our responsibility to prepare them for success. Students should be taught how to think
By Scott A. McConnell Remember Shane, Bonanza and The Lone Ranger? In novel, film and television, westerns once ruled the range. Until the 1960s westerns were the most popular fiction genre and remained popular until the 1970s. In his book The Searchers the western historian Glenn Frankel tells us
By Ilana Mercer Not a day goes by when the liberal media don’t telegraph to the world that a “Trumpocracy” is destroying American democracy. Conspicuous by its absence is a pesky fact: Ours was never a country conceived as a
By Lennie Jarratt April 4 is the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s tragic assassination in Memphis, Tennessee. On this sad occasion, Americans ought to reflect on MLK’s monumental life and reconsider his philosophy on our waning freedom.
Too many of us who are enthusiastic about space exploration and colonization expect the federal government to lead the way. We should learn from the founding of British colonies in America. In his notes to the ninth volume of English Historical Documents, the