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Bill of Rights Day – 230 Years of Protecting Freedom

December 15 is Bill of Rights Day – a day to celebrate the rights that every American enjoys, from freedom… Read More

To the Moon and Back: Artemis I Returns

The almost 26-day Artemis I mission ended on Sunday at 12:40 p.m. Eastern Time. The Orion space capsule splashed down… Read More

Poems for Thanksgiving

One of the overlooked aspects of Thanksgiving is that the holiday has produced some remarkable writing. The tradition of reading… Read More

Veterans Day: A Day to Honor Those Who Served

Veterans Day is the day we honor and celebrate our heroes, the military men and women who put their lives… Read More

Remembering Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II ruled over the United Kingdom and the British Commonwealth for 70 years. After celebrating her Platinum Jubilee… Read More

Which Way the Wind Blows: Straw Polls and US Elections

In the world of elections, groups often conduct surveys asking people what they think of issues or politicians. These questionnaires… Read More

LNGenZ Survey: What is the Greatest American Invention?

Liberty Nation GenZ recently asked its readers which American invention is the greatest. There’s no doubt the United States has… Read More

Weekly Snapshot: Tartupaluk

Welcome to LNGenZ’s round up of the week’s top news stories. Canada and Denmark Make a Deal over Disputed Arctic… Read More

Weekly Snapshot: Investigating UAPs

Welcome to LNGenZ’s round up of the week’s top news stories. NASA Will Study UFOs for the First Time NASA… Read More

NASA Will Study UFOs for the First Time

UFOs have fascinated humans for decades – or even longer – but only recently has the US government started to… Read More

Weekly Snapshot: LinkNYC

Welcome to LNGenZ’s round up of the week’s top news stories. New York City Removes Last Payphone – Or Does… Read More

US Hosts ‘Summit of the Americas’

The United States is often just called “America,” but the Americas actually include 35 countries. The area consists of two… Read More