A Philly writer argues for the role of Christopher Columbus in today’s culture.
By Chris Tremoglie
What can left-wing efforts to remove a statue of Christopher Columbus tell us about our current state of affairs in Philadelphia?
By Lou Barletta
Sinema is the kind of woman Rachel Maddow should swoon over, and whose accomplishments make AOC look like a screeching wind-up doll. Yet, she’s being trampled over in hypocritical fashion.
By Christine Flowers
John Meko: Why the Union League is honoring the great patriot, abolitionist and former slave Frederick Douglass with a new portrait
Patriot, abolitionist, educator — why the Union League has unveiled a brand-new portrait of the American hero Frederick Douglass.
By John Meko
Christian Barnard: “Nice White Parents” podcast series highlights real public K-12 failures—but lets government off the hook
While the podcast exposes concerning racial inequalities it fails to hold accountable the major culprits behind the unfair education system.
By Christian Barnard
Richard Koenig examines masking, school policy, and pandemic practices through the lens of a future ominous bureaucracy espousing relentless orthodoxy.
By Richard Koenig
A breakdown of the Philadelphia Eagles in a new age and under new leadership. What can we expect from the team? Find out at Broad + Liberty.
By Chris Tremoglie.
The Broadway musical ‘Come From Away’ enters stage right twenty years after the 9/11 tragedy. This story serves as introduction, reflection, and timely reminder — and is worth your viewership.
By Ben Wren