As the December holiday season gets underway, it’s time for the annual debate over religious symbols appearing on public property. And this year, a nativity scene in several prominent locations will be replaced or joined by a Festivus pole and a Founding Fathers nativity.
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As we celebrate another Thanksgiving Day, Constitution Daily looks into a nagging historical question: Did the Founders really intend to use the turkey, and not the eagle, as a symbol of American might?
On November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was killed in Dallas. Almost as prevalent as theories about his assassination are theories about what would have happened to three major historical events if JFK had been alive in 1964.
Abraham Lincoln gave his famous Gettysburg Address at a public cemetery dedication 151 years ago today. But was the mention of God really taken out of the famous speech by the president himself?
Could a late candidate or an uncertain primary season lead to a multi-ballot Republican convention in July? Here’s a quick look at why some folks are discussing that possibility.