Tanton Memo of the Month: Passive Eugenics

In 1975, John Tanton, the founder of the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), wrote an interesting paper called The Case for Passive Eugenics. In the paper Tanton not only argues that Hitler’s reign “did little to advance the discussion … Continued

The Abraham Lincoln Brigades’ Biggest Victory

This week, over seventy years ago, American men and women formed the Abraham Lincoln Brigades to stand against the political ideology of fascism in Spain. On January 6, 1937 over 2,500 U.S. volunteers left behind their homes and friends to … Continued