Trivia: How Well Do You Know American Presidential History?

Liberty Viral is hosting an American presidential history quiz. How well do you score? How well do you know your presidential history? Liberty Viral is having a presidential quiz. How many can you answer without cheating? Who was the first Jewish female candidate to receive an electoral vote? Hillary Clinton Toni Nathan Emma Goldman Isabel

Democrat Congressional Candidate Says 9/11 Was “Deserved” And “One Of The Greatest Events In Human History”

By: Laura Meyers A former Manhattan prosecutor and defense attorney, Scott Fenstermaker, is getting blasted after telling Human of New York that 9/11 “was one of the greatest events in human history.” “I’ve had people threaten to kill me. I’ve had people threaten to rape my children. But I’ll keep saying it,” Fenstermaker said in

How Well Do You Know The History Of Liberty? [QUIZ]

Do you even liberty bro? How well do you know the history of liberty? Today’s Liberty Viral quiz tests your knowledge on a variety of subjects related to freedom such as war, elections, court decisions and economics. This is the official test of how libertarian you truly are. Think you’ve got cred? Prove it! [postriddle

Should Libertarians Support The Confederacy?

Was Southern secession about states’ rights, or was it about maintaining chattel slavery? Was Abraham Lincoln a hero, or was it just to save the Union? The Cato Institute put together a video arguing about why libertarians should not support the slavery, if their intention is to champion individual rights. From Libertarianism.org Why shouldn’t libertarians

These Colorized Historic Photographs Will Blow Your Mind!

    Car Accident in Washington D.C. – 1921 Henry Ford – 1919 Nazi Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels scowls at a Jewish photographer, 1933 Baltimore Slums, 1938 View from the Capitol in Union-Occupied Nashville, 1864 Clint Eastwood working on his 1958 Jag XK 120 in 1960 Brothers Robert Kennedy, Edward “Ted” Kennedy, and John

Historians Find Camera With Undeveloped Film From World War 2 Soldier Who Died In Battle

Historian and veteran Mark Anderson was searching for war artifacts with historian Jean Muller when they found a rare item in the mountains of Luxembourg. In a foxhole that was dug during World War II, the team located a camera that belonged to an American soldier who died in the battle. The camera belonged to