Mary Todd Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln’s surviving wife, was declared insane after a case brought by her son Robert. But she was determined to escape the institution she was placed in.
Of course we look to Lincoln. But to pursue a deeper racial equality, we must turn also to the courageous senator from Massachusetts.
The president of the United States demonstrated how little the past two weeks have changed him during a new interview with Fox host Harris Faulkner.
“Well, I’d like to point out that none of his supporters carried Confederate flags,” the “Late Show” host said in response.
As the 16th president stared down at the 45th president’s socially distant town hall, Trump rolled out a series of astounding falsehoods.
So now the line from Mark Levin is that by the standards of today’s Democrats, they’d practically all have been impeachable. No. Not even close.
Biographer Sidney Blumenthal talks to The Daily Beast about a pre-Civil War America where Jefferson Davis demanded both Lincoln and Douglas be lynched.