The campaign to erase American heritage continues in the United States. In a recent example, no less than the National Park Service attempted to remove the statue of William Penn, the founder of the province of Pennsylvania. Mention of it in the gubernatorial campaign in Pennsylvania compelled them to delay the disappearing act.

Quaker groups remained silent. Mary Grabar, Resident Fellow, The Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization (AHI), does not do so and speaks to the outrage. Indeed, in “Quaker Groups Silent on William Penn Cancel Attempt” for the February 23rd issue of The College Fix, she calls it “quite concerning” for the complicity of the National Park Service in attempting to do the dastardly deed. “It’s one thing to have a bunch of agitated college students and Antifa tearing down statues,” Dr. Grabar stated, “but this is the federal government. And it seems so arbitrary.”