Tag: Civil War
Half a century before President Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act into law in 1830, a young Virginia governor named Thomas Jefferson embraced genocide and ethnic cleansing as solutions to what would later be called the “Indian problem.”
A survey of nations in what was once known quaintly as the Free World shows some of them engaged in what could best be described as a cold civil war.
After decades of corruption and conditioning by politicians, judges, bureaucrats, educators, entertainers, and media, today’s Americans may well be among the most docile people on earth.
In the wake of the sending of bomb-like devices to prominent critics of President Trump and of a mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue plus a migrant invasion approaching the US through Mexico there have been calls for toning down harsh and “divisive” political rhetoric.