We’re likely to see more instances like the Capitol Riot and the Kyle Rittenhouse shootings.
Trump threatens civil war if he’s removed from office.
The Republican Party’s nominee for Senator in Virginia really is as bad as you’ve heard, probably worse.
The people who continue to claim that the Confederate Flag is about anything other than hatred, racism, and a nation that celebrated slavery are lying to you and to themselves.
The Supreme Court is set to decide if the state can deny a license plate with the Confederate flag design because it is “offensive.”
The diary entries of a dying Ulysses S. Grant shed some interesting insights into a different time.
The history of what to call the American Civil War.
Rather than asking whether it was “worth it,” the important historical question regarding the Civil War is whether it could have been avoided.
A new blog, Rejection Letters of the Philosophers, “imagin[es] what the greats of history might have been faced with, had they been forced to publish or perish.”
An excellent essay by Adam Sternbergh “On the Enduring Appeal of ‘Die Hard.'”
Today is the anniversary of a significant turning point in the Civil War.
Historian J. David Hacker argues that the death toll from the US Civil War is much higher than we think.
What if in 1861 a cable news network existed to broadcast the events of the day?
Roughly 150 years ago, the CSA was born. Is this something worthy of celebration?