African-American Union Army Soldiers Died on Their Way Home from War; Then History Lost Their Names

Mary Delach Leonard, ST. LOUIS PUBLIC RADIO   ST. LOUIS (St. Louis Public Radio) — The elm and oak trees have grown tall with age in Section 57 of Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery in south St. Louis County. It’s a quiet place, where songbirds rule the Read More


Beyond the Rhetoric: Time to Consider Impeaching Obama

By Harry C. Alford NNPA Columnist Throughout history every civilization owes its existence to its military.  Societies exist because they are adequately protected against outside sources by the strength of their soldiers and strategy of their military leaders – field officers.  The Israelites were enslaved Read More