In 1786, Thomas Jefferson, then a minister to the French government of Louis XVI, had a concern more intimidating than anything else he’d faced before: the threat of pirates...
Much has changed since the early 1800s, but if President Jefferson could learn the importance of ground troops, so can our current president.
America is in the crosshairs, and President Obama’s legacy will depend on what he does about it in 2016.
Just as the Middle East and North Africa are more volatile and uncertain than ever, America is dramatically reducing its visible military presence.
Let the politicians debate equal pay and pursue the folly of a war on women in America. Personally, I would like to take a moment to salute woman at war—one woman and one war...
When I set out to research the story of the Culper Spy Ring, I had no idea where it would take me.
The history of the American Revolution has an especially rich roll-call of heroes: George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Betsy Ross, Paul Revere, Nathan Hale. Here...