Tax-funded propagandists in media and academia across Illinois are demonizing the historic 1776 Report report on the public's dime, without offering any examples of errors or inaccuracies among the facts presented by President Donald J. Trump's 1776 Commission.
Posted in Education, Media Watch
Tagged 1619 Project, 1776 Commission, Abraham Lincoln, Carol Swain, Chicago State University, Donald J. Trump, Jr., Lionel Kimble Jr., Martin Luther King, New York Times, WBEZ
The nation's educational establishment is responsible for current chaos and lack of restraint...
Statues depicting prominent figures in U.S. history have been coming down across the nation. The actions of those portrayed are being reevaluated through the eyes of some who feel their past bad deeds outweigh any of the good they accomplished, with no regard given to the common mores of past centuries. Someone living four centuries ago is held up to 21st century standards.
Posted in Marriage/Family/Culture
Tagged Abraham Lincoln, Battle of Chickamauga, Cancel culture, Charlotte Scott, Emancipation Memorial Statue, Female Re-Enactors of Distinction, Frederick Douglass, French Revolution, Great Emancipator, Hans Christian Heg, John Wilkes Booth, Marcia Cole, Russian Revolution, Ulysses Grant
There are many recent developments in the godless West.... These are all inevitable consequences of the death of belief in God and Judeo-Christian values, and of the Bible as society's primary moral reference work.
Until her release [last week], Kim Davis, the clerk of rural Rowan County, Kentucky, was confined to a jail cell because she refused to issue marriage licenses over her name to same-sex couples. She has been pilloried in the media for “lawlessness” and compared not to Martin Luther King Jr. for her civil disobedience but to Governor George Wallace of Alabama. Michael Keegen of the grossly misnamed People for the American Way called her actions an “abuse of power” and proposed instead that she should “find another line of work” — that is, resign her elected office — if she “can’t in good conscience fulfill [her] duties.”
Posted in Faith, Federal, Religious Liberty
Tagged Abraham Lincoln, Anthony Kennedy, Baker v. Nelson, dred scott, Kim Davis, Obergefell, Religious Freedom Restoration Act, RFRA, Same-sex marriage, SCOTUS
Last Thursday I had the opportunity to see the new Abraham Lincoln movie from Steven Spielberg. It was a technical and visual masterpiece in terms of costume, cast, scenery, computer graphics, etc. Sally Field was remarkable as Mary Lincoln. However, I agree with several historians who criticized the movie’s script, which included nearly 40 uses of profanity. They contend that certain vulgar words were not used in the 1860’s and certainly not by “honest Abe.”
Most all of the movie centers around passage of the 13th Amendment. It shows Lincoln trying to hold all his Republicans together …