Democrats and the media are ready to throw Trump in jail for things they’ve been doing for years.
By Andy Bloom
From Valley Forge to Gettysburg, the Keystone state is still vital to the American experiment. Join Broad + Liberty in the fight for freedom.
By Terry Tracy
Nov. 11, 2021, marks the 100-year anniversary of the first interment ceremonies at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and for Philadelphia’s Roman Catholic High School this centennial commemoration holds special significance.
By Chris Gibbons
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
As we celebrate our Independence Day, perhaps the inspired words of a few local high school writers will help to dampen the divisions between us and re-inspire a sense of shared patriotism.
By Chris Gibbons
Christine Flowers: Fighting for the Christopher Columbus statue, civilized society and against mob rule
It’s neighbors and the rule of law vs. Cancel Culture mobs and Mayor Kenney when it comes to the Columbus statue in South Philadelphia.
By Christine Flowers
James Logan — scientist, entrepreneur, Renaissance Man and mentor to Benjamin Franklin — helped establish Philadelphia and make it a hub of Enlightenment thought. His life has been largely forgotten, but he impacted the course of our region.
By Logan Chipkin
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
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