The Great American Myth

The Independence Day holiday always brings out one of the greatest American myths – the notion that the United States are “one nation.” The idea is not only wrong – it’s dangerous. This idea that the United States are "one...
Free and Independent States

Free and Independent States

Today in 1776 the Declaration of Independence was adopted by the Second Continental Congress. This transpired two days after the passage of the Richard Henry Lee resolution, which made all political ties with Great Britain “totally dissolved.” The document was a...
Independence from What?

Independence from What?

As we celebrate Independence Day, we should probably pause and ask ourselves an important question. Independence from what? On July 4, 1776, the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence, declaring the 13 American colonies free and independent...

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