by Anita Miller
The question I asked a teacher last week seemed timely and direct: “What are you telling your students today about the Capitol break-in?”
“Maybe I could mention it in a government class,” she said after a moment’s hesitation, “But not in a history class.”
The unthinkable continued to unfold on the TV screen. The last time the U.S. Capitol was under siege, we were only 38 years past declaring independence from a mad king.
Fast forward 207 yea...