Thousands of Christmas Wreaths Laid on Headstones of Fallen Soldiers at Fort Snelling National Cemetery

More than 3,000 Christmas wreaths were laid on the headstones of fallen soldiers at Fort Snelling National Cemetery as part of the national Wreaths Across America campaign.

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Americanism and the Spirit of American Liberty

In 1782, just as the American War of Independence was coming to an end, Hector St. John de Crèvecoeur, who had come to North America from France in 1755 and by 1765 had settled in New York, published Letters from an American Farmer. In it, he asked a fascinating and enduring question: “What then is the American, this new man?” Crèvecoeur’s question suggests that 18th-century Americans were somehow different from all other peoples, and thus he invites us, some 230 years later, to reflect on the nature and meaning of America.

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Michigan Right to Life Submits Petition to Ban Dismemberment Abortions

A petition was submitted Monday to the Michigan Bureau of Elections that would initiate legislation to ban the second-trimester abortion procedure of “dilation and evacuation” in the state.

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