Happy Columbus Day! These Indians Are Throwin’ Serious Smoke Signals

Christopher Columbus famously discovered this great country in 1492 and for that reason alone it is worth celebrating Columbus Day in the United States. People have been protesting the celebration almost as long as it began hundreds of years ago and some have even started a movement to change Columbus Day to "Indigenous Peoples Day" instead.

The war against Columbus Day

A growing number of communities now are ditching the traditional Columbus Day holiday in favor of Indigenous People's Day, which, supporters say, is meant to promote an accurate telling of the United States' history and commemorate the resilience of its original inhabitants against European settlers. Just this year, 20 cities and one county have adopted some proclamation or ordinance declaring the second Monday in October Indigenous People's Day.

Brooks Brothers Rejects SJWs, Respects America’s Discoverer

As social justice warriors across the country continue to try to despoil the legacy of Christopher Columbus, the classic American company Brooks Brothers continues to recognize the importance of the great discoverer of the New World. Through Tuesday, October 11 , you get to take an extra 25 percent your purchases at BrooksBrothers.com .