Howard Zinn and the hatred of America

For a long time, I couldn’t understand why people hated our historical forefathers. I didn’t know where the Pilgrim and Columbus misunderstanding and misrepresentation came from. I mean, I assumed (correctly) that it was being badly taught in schools, but I thought it was a gradual updating of one textbook from the last (bad) textbook,… Continue reading Howard Zinn and the hatred of America

Indigenous People’s Day is an opportunity for virtue signaling

When creating a holiday as broad as Indigenous People’s Day, it would be wise to proceed with caution. In the case of this holiday, it was invented in direct opposition to Columbus Day. Why? Because of the false narrative begun by Howard Zinn in his history-like book, “A People’s History of the United States.” Thanks… Continue reading Indigenous People’s Day is an opportunity for virtue signaling

Bonus Links: Christopher Columbus

I have created a free study guide to use with this very important book! Age level This book is actually two books in one, and adaptable to all ages. Book One is a narrative of the life and discoveries of Columbus, written by Edward Everett Hale in 1892, and based on the journals and letters… Continue reading Bonus Links: Christopher Columbus