The Bloody Conquest of History

As violent protesters ravage Confederate statues across the American South, little attention seems to fall on the Spanish people of Santa Fe, New Mexico, whose rich 325-year history hangs in the balance.

220 years before its statehood in 1912, New Mexico was conquered and governed by Don Diego De Vargas, a devout Spanish conquistador who reclaimed the territory in a mostly bloodless resistance.

DNC – Actors Paid as Sit-Ins, Noise Machines

As the Democratic convention has been wrapping up, the scandals have been escalating. Outside the conference stadium, protesters have been up in arms, disturbing the peace. One would think all these protestors outside of a Democratic National Convention would be Trump supporters, but it is quite the contrary.…