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Nashville Prep School Ends Annual George Washington Celebration Because It’s Not ‘Relevant To The Way That We Teach History’

A prominent prep school in Nashville, Tennessee has said it will no longer hold its annual celebration of George Washington because its “not consistent or relevant to the way that we teach history today.” The prep school, Harpeth Hall, made the decision l

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George Washington statue toppled by protesters in Portland, Oregon - CBS News

Nation's first president was slave owner, and demonstrators for racial ljustice and police reform target his statue in Portland, Oregon.

History | HISTORY

George Washington's turbulent retirement

After eight grueling years of war and another eight as the first president, the "Father of Our Country" returned to his beloved Mount Vernon, where his final years were filled with controversy, intrigue, and personal torment

History | History

Curtis Hill: Why George Washington is the president who towers over all others in stature and importance

We celebrate the life of George Washington, imperfect though he was, because he was the indispensable man who held our fragile republic together in its formative years.

History | History

What George Washington was thankful for might shock you | Fox News

In October 1789, long before Americans made it a national holiday, President George Washington issued a proclamation calling for a National Day of Thanksgiving.

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George Washington's Final Years—And Sudden, Agonizing Death - HISTORY

The Founding Father left the presidency a healthy man, but then died from a sudden illness less than three years later.

Politics | Leftist Lunacy

REPORT: It Will Cost $600,000 To Cover Up George Washington Mural That 'Traumatized' San Fran High School Students

It will cost a San Francisco school district more than half a million dollars to cover up a "controversial" mural of George Washington, after a handful of activists complained that the mere sight of the nation's first president was "traumat

Politics | PC Culture

High School Mulls Removing George Washington Murals Because They 'Traumatize' Students | Daily Wire

A high school in Northern California — George Washington High School, to be specific — is mulling over a push to remove two 83-year-old murals from its hallways. Critics advocating for their removal say they are offensive to Native Americans and Afric

Politics | Education or Indoctrination?

Students petition to eliminate ‘offensive’ Colonial mascot

George Washington University students have launched a petition demanding that the school change its “offensive” mascot, the Colonial.

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Budweiser's new beer is based on George Washington's handwritten recipe

Budweiser's newest beer, Freedom Reserve Red Lager, out this month, is inspired by a handwritten recipe in George Washington’s military journal. This is the latest marketing move by Budweiser to tap into historical notes for its beers.

History | History

Why George Washington was nearly impossible to kill

He survived tuberculosis, dysentery, pneumonia, malaria, and more.

History | History

Dec. 14, 1799: The excruciating final hours of President George Washington | PBS NewsHour

It was a house call no physician would relish. On Dec. 14, 1799, three doctors were summoned to Mount Vernon in Fairfax County, Virginia to attend to a critically ill, 67-year-old man who happened to be known as “the father of our country.”

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Texas Liberals Sign Petition to Remove 'Racist' George Washington Statue -

“It’s so bad….it’s like having a statue of Hitler” Liberals at the University of Texas signed a petition to remove a statue of George Washington and memorials to other founding fathers in another illustration of the politically correct insanity