Johnson’s Great Society

When we think of the Sixties, we usually think of 1968 – a year of complete transformation of America in and its social sphere. Yet, many looking back, find... Read more »

E Pluribus Unum

Much talk has occurred over the last few months here about racial tension in America. I’m sure you’re already rolling your eyes and thinking, why is Thornton bringing this... Read more »

History 101: 1942 – It Wasn’t Just About WWII

1942 is a pivotal year in our Constitution’s history… as it was  the year when the Supreme Court of the United States overstepped the Constitution to begin the dismantling... Read more »

PM Margaret Thatcher Had It Right…

With all this talk about Socialism now days, it seems that many don’t truly understand the premise of the idea. Often, it’s mistaken as Marxism or Communism; however, it’s... Read more »

Reagan Showed Grace Under Fire

Back in 1976, Ronald Reagan had gone through a very heated primary with President Gerald Ford. Instead of doing what Ted Cruz (R-TX) did last night by failing to... Read more »

Independence?

By Thornton Crowe As published on Salisbury News On Independence Day weekend, I thought about what this holiday’s remembrance is really all about and why it’s meaning now is... Read more »

Clinton: Really the First Female to Run for President?

By Thornton Crowe Maybe in an alter-universe, but… One name not found anywhere in the Common Core agenda is Victoria Woodhull. Hence, why Ms. Clinton was able to pontificate... Read more »

Jim Crow – Alive & Well in the RNC & DNC!

By Thornton Crowe A few weeks back, I published a commentary discussing Jim Crow and Hillary Clinton’s misuse of the term when speaking to her rallies about states wanting... Read more »

Hillary Clinton’s Misunderstanding of Jim Crow

By Thornton Crowe Many have heard the term, Jim Crow, especially from the South. It was an era in American History that is probably darker than the slavery as... Read more »

Rest In Peace, First Lady, Nancy Reagan

By Thornton Crowe When I was in my mid-teens, the Reagans came to DC with all the pomp and circumstance. Ronald Reagan won triumphantly over one-term president Jimmy Carter,... Read more »

GOP Candidate Most Likely Picked By Founding Fathers

In the GOP primary election cycle, we have had a variety of candidates whom all have their positives and negatives. Their stances on issues vary as wildly as their... Read more »