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Black Lives Matter and the Anarchists of 1919

The people leading Black Lives Matter (BLM) have some Americans worried about what is to come as this summer of… Read More

Benjamin Harrison: The Second President in His Family

Benjamin Harrison (1833 – 1901), the 23rd president of the United States, was the second in his family to be… Read More

Montana: The Treasure State

Montana entered the Union as the 41st state on November 8, 1889. Many of the U.S. states got their names… Read More

Grover Cleveland: A President of Principle

Stephen Grover Cleveland (1837 – 1908) was the 22nd president of the United States. Before breaking into politics, he studied… Read More

Immigration Reform and DACA

How Did It Begin? DACA stands for Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals, an executive policy ordering the United States Department… Read More

Reconstruction: Trying to Rebuild a Broken Nation

The American Civil War was the bloodiest war the United States has ever fought. After the war ended, Republicans in… Read More

North America Adopts USMCA

President Donald Trump has delivered on a campaign promise to ditch a 25-year-old trade agreement and replace it with something… Read More

Missouri: The Unwilling Slave State

Missouri, the “Show Me State,” was named after the tribe Missouris. The first European explorers showed up in 1673 when… Read More

Chester A. Arthur: A One Term President

Chester A. Arthur (1829 – 1886) became the 21st president in 1881. His presidency was short, and many historians say… Read More

Civil War: The War Between the States

The American Civil War officially began on April 12, 1861. The first shots were fired in South Carolina as the… Read More

Historical Statues: Should They Stay or Go?

It is impossible to separate the death of George Floyd from the cries for justice in America over the last… Read More

Mississippi: The Magnolia State

Mississippi joined the Union in 1817, becoming the 20th state. “The Magnolia State,” so named because of its many magnolia… Read More