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Memorial Day: The number of Americans who have died in battle since the Revolutionary War

Logan, who served in the Mexican-American War and the ... effect declaring Memorial Day a national holiday to be held on the last Monday of May, observing all military personnel who have died in Ameri... read more

93-year-old World War II hero: Here's why the '9/11 law' is all wrong for our military

A couple of years ago, honored as keynote speaker at a gala hosted by the stunning Pritzker Military ... have been in three wars since 1991. We are currently fighting a complex war against terrorism. ... read more

In the Spirit of the Departed Munsees

We have a greater familiarity with the wars against the Comanches and the Lakotas since most of us have seen John ... and dispossession reached into the hearts of nearly every River Indian community. ... read more

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Texas man in 3D-printed firearms case welcomes legal battle

"People come to me and say, 'Cody, tell us why you ... for the people to have access to military-grade weaponry. This is a civic, structural feature of living in a free republic — that is, at last, yo... read more

Here's How to Win the Civil Rights Social Justice War

It is a fictional account of a guerrilla war waged by a white supremacist cadre organization to overthrow the United States government and set up a neo-Nazi regime. Although on the surface "just" a no... read more

Scotland in France? Germany in Argentina? Curious towns that lost their compass

Schnitzel in the South American pampas? Bagpipes in the Alps? Our writers have discovered ... John Stewart to rip into the Sassenachs at the Battle of Baugé. Following that victory, they remained main... read more

What Union Soldiers Thought About the Civil War

Aldridge, who owns the barn, they provide a remarkably candid window into the outlook of an ordinary infantryman. They also caution us against exaggerating the affinity of common soldiers ... war effo... read more

Marshalling our forces: Politics in America today

Second, I have never found anything particularly grand or great about the “American experiment”. Were I alive at the time of the Revolution (or, better, War for Independence ... at least some success ... read more

The New Battle for Afghanistan

Bush, “we will fight them over there so we do not have to face them in the United States ... troops. “We are now paying $13 million every day in Afghanistan; more than 2,000 [U.S. soldiers] have made ... read more

For black veterans, a long fight for equality

“They thought black soldiers couldn’t fight - that they were not trustworthy and had no leadership skills.” Black troops have fought with valor in every war since the American Revolution ... to wear t... read more

European Printmakers Had No Idea What Colonial American Cities Looked Like, So They Just Made Stuff Up

At first glance, the rationale behind this expression would seem to have played ... rumors that American socialite Wallis Simpson hasn't been subjected to. So here's how she actually infiltrated the B... read more

Was the American Revolution Secessionist?

The American Revolution didn’t derive its legitimacy from radical libertarian arguments about anti-statist secession, and the revolution doesn’t tell us anything about ... French and Indian War—would ... read more

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