Protecting Teddy Roosevelt’s Elkhorn Ranch

Protecting Teddy Roosevelt’s Elkhorn Ranch

Yesterday, I read an in-depth article by noted historian Edmund Morris, discussing an endangered U.S. historical site. Morris stated, “The National Trust for Historic Preservation announced on Wednesday that Theodore Roosevelt’s Elkhorn Ranch beside the Little Missouri River, an exquisitely peaceful meadow revered as the cradle of conservation, is one of America’s 11 most endangered historic [...]

The Hoover Dam and the Iconic Leaders that Helped Build America

The Hoover Dam and the Iconic Leaders that Helped Build America

To solve many of today’s important economic, energy, and resource-related issues and spur new waves of innovation in America, there’s much that we can learn from our own history relative to how government and private enterprise successfully worked hand in hand on groundbreaking projects such as building the Hoover Dam.   In 1931, while the [...]