Can police accept a statement from a dying man?
New Senate Legislation Aims to Protect those Who Report Suspicious Activity Back in 2006, six Muslim imams boarding a plane in Minneapolis were reported by other passengers as suspicious when they prayed in their seats, switched seats, and asked for extensions to their seat belts. It was reported that three of the imams had checked […]
Our Constitution says nothing about how we pick presidential candidates—it doesn’t really anticipate political parties at all.
In honor of International Women’s Day today, Vision 2020 co-chair Lynn H. Yeakel shares how Women’s history keeps happening every day
What actions by the British inflamed the colonists? What events triggered the blowup that night?
The time to build a consensus ended in 2003 just prior to the massive real estate bubble blown as a result of terrible economic policy, writes our guest author.
First, thank you again for your commitment and enthusiasm. What a great weekend we all had! In preparation for your follow-on, I would like to emphasize some of the points that Vic Walczak made in his remarks to the group at yesterday’s concluding lunch: the Constitution is out there everywhere, if you just take the […]
It’s 2013, and seven bombs rip through the US Navy base in San Diego, California and the FBI have a suspect. How would you decide the case?
A guest post from Mark Stout, SPY Historian, about our country’s long history of suspicion and fear of “hyphenated Americans” during times of national crisis.
Frank Buckles lied about his age – he was only 16 years old – to enlist in the Army in August 1917.