What if Abraham Lincoln Had Lived?

What if Abraham Lincoln Had Lived?

This article is the third installment of my series If They Had Lived. The first two articles examined what our world and/or nation might be like if Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) and John F. Kennedy (JFK) had survived. In this article, we will consider what our nation might be like if Abraham Lincoln had lived? Imagine what […]

Abraham Lincoln: 150 Years After His Assassination by John Wilkes Booth

Abraham Lincoln: 150 Years After His Assassination by John Wilkes Booth

Abraham Lincoln was assassinated at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C. on Apr. 14, 1865. This week marked the 150th Anniversary of the 16th President of the United States’ untimely death. His assailant, John Wilkes Booth, was a well-known American stage actor and member of the prominent 19th Century Booth family from Maryland, who made their name in the […]

Texas Town to Feature Confederate Flags Near Martin Luther King Jr. Drive

Texas Town to Feature Confederate Flags Near Martin Luther King Jr. Drive

News has come in that a monument built as a Civil War memorial located alongside Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in the east Texas town of Orange, will feature Confederate flags. The memorial will hoist 32 flags in remembrance of the Texas regiment of the Confederate army that fought during the Civil War. A group named Sons […]