David French is a Senior Counsel at the right-wing American Center for Law and Justice, and recently tried thumping his Bible to defend pro-gun views.
by Michael Hayne •
Here are some facts surrounding the so-called ‘war on Christmas’ that everyone should be aware of.
We all know at least one person that doesn’t know much about history. And we all know that there have been people who have tried to distort history. The Republican Party, however, does both. Over these last two years, Republicans have a made a real effort to distort history as much as possible, to the point where they are now seeking to rewrite school textbooks.
Many Americans today tend to take the past for granted, and with that, we also tend to take the words of past leaders for granted. We forget what they told us, and as a result we lose our identity, we lose the values that make us who we are. Below is a list of quotes spoken by American leaders, heroes, journalists, and others.
Republicans have villainized liberals for three decades now. They have made efforts over that period of time to tear apart the policies that liberals instituted since the founding of America. Many liberals sought to make this country the greatest nation on the face of the Earth, and now Republicans are destroying what they built. Here is a list of the greatest liberals in American history and what they did to make our nation great.
Rick Santorum Lies To Wisconsin Crowd, Says University Of California System Doesn’t Teach American History
Rick Santorum told another lie to a crowd in Wisconsin today when he said that the University of California system doesn’t teach American history.
Tennessee now wants to join Texas in changing American history as it is presented in textbooks and how it is taught by teachers in school.
During a town hall event in New Hampshire on Wednesday, Newt Gingrich falsely stated that the Founding Fathers would violently oppose Americans who grow and use marijuana today.
The only year Rick Perry needed to remember was 1776. But he couldn’t even do that. Perry was asked about state’s rights by a local ABC affiliate, and apparently he thinks America declared independence from England a full two centuries earlier than the actual date. He made the revolutionary blunder while visiting Dartmouth College after the GOP Debate last night.