Not so long ago, it would have been silly for a university to pass a policy in support of free speech on campus. After all, if there were any place in society where a debate over values, beliefs, and policies should take place freely—it would be a university setting. Is not free speech the sine
No image from the War for Independence warms my South Carolina heart more than the one you see depicted here. There are probably more accurate renditions of the event, but this full-color version of the famous incident near Charleston Harbor on June 28, 1776 stirs my soul every time I see it. It is for
Where were you on June 17, 2015? The Americans of my parents’ generation always asked one another where they were on November 22, 1963. My mother always said that it was on her car radio that she heard the news that President Kennedy had been assassinated. She was driving her son (me) to Olan Mills
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