Many people against the stay-at-home orders have cited our Founding Fathers as inspiration to challenge the government. They might be disappointed with the actual history. By Chris Tremoglie
Conservative characters sometimes — unwittingly or not — slip through the cracks. Here are five such characters you can stream at home right now.
By Albert Eisenberg
The remains of more than 1,000 Americans have been returned, but for the remaining MIA families there will be no solace.
By Terry A. Williamson
The fundamental claim promoted by the New York Times’ 1619 Project — that the Revolutionary War was fought to preserve slavery — simply does not correspond with the facts. This false history will do more damage than its proponents realize.
By John McWhorter
Fan of Philly history and politics? Educate yourself with this excellent 2006 documentary by local filmmaker Tigre Hill, which covers the epic story of the John Street / Sam Katz 2003 mayoral race — the last race in which Philadelphia had a competitive city-wide election. Not only does this film […]
Stu Bykofsky: A veteran Daily News columnist remembers an election that almost upset Philly’s political order
In 2003, the people of Philadelphia came within a hair of changing our political order forever. Then an FBI probe blew the race up. One veteran Philly journalist reflects on the race and on one exceptional documentary, “The Shame of a City,” that reveals its importance.
By Stu Bykofsky
The President’s Administration has quietly drafted a federal order that, if enforced, has the potential to change the American cityscape over the coming generations. By Austin Severns.
As free market advocates, it is incumbent upon us to answer the skeptic who thinks that poor people will starve in the streets absent the State. The Urban League of Philadelphia is one such answer, right in our own backyard.
While many know of the internment of the Japanese during WWII, the plight of interned people of German and Italian descent – people from countries that, unlike Japan, did not attack us on U.S. soil before the war – is often ignored.
By Chris Tremoglie