On this Memorial Day, we honor the sacrifices of prior generations. We honor the sacrifices of the men and women next door who have served or continue to serve our country. And...
In the two years since the horrific marathon bombing, Boston has been nothing less than resilient. The city has stood defiant and proud even as it painfully relived those grim...
Veterans’ Day memories reach across the years to embrace each of the generations who have unselfishly done their part to defend our American way of life.
September 1814 sorely tested the United States and ultimately insured its survival as a nation.
Looking back on D-Day, 70 days later, the central lessons of the Normandy invasion are the importance of personal courage in the face of great uncertainty and an entire...
As women still struggle with how to "do it all" in terms of work and family, Mercy Otis Warren is an inspiring example of an early American woman who successfully faced this...
On Monday, April 21, Patriots’ Day, we celebrate not only the resolve shown on Lexington Green – the determination to stand up for one’s beliefs, no matter the cost – but also...
The greatest lesson of D-Day is that nothing is impossible for the American people.
This Memorial Day we honor the veterans of America’s wars—those far removed in time and those recent and continuing.