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On this day November 18th…

American Minute with Bill Federer On NOVEMBER 18, 1992, The New York Times printed Mississippi Governor Kirk Fordice's statement: "The less we emphasize the Christian religion the...

MY COUNTRY

American Minute with Bill Federer "We must not allow our creative protest to degenerate into physical violence ..." stated Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., at the...

Governments are to defend and secure rights of conscience

American Minute with Bill Federer He lost two sons in the Revolution and was the only clergyman to sign the Declaration. His name was John Witherspoon. A...

  Booker T. Washington died NOVEMBER 14, 1915

American Minute with Bill Federer Booker T. Washington, the founder of Tuskegee Institute, delivered an address at Memorial Hall in Columbus, Ohio, May 24, 1900. The...

America suffers from “a crisis of the spirit”

American Minute with Bill Federer "America has gone a long way down the wrong road. We must turn around and go back and change roads....

Mercy Otis Warren – “The Conscience of the American Revolution”

American Minute with Bill Federer James Otis (1725-1783) was the King's advocate-general of the vice-admiralty court at Boston. In 1761, he was elected as a representative...

“Without morals a republic cannot subsist any length of time…”

American Minute with Bill Federer Charles Carroll was the only Roman Catholic to sign the Declaration of Independence. Charles Carroll was the longest living signer of...

Washington bids farewell to troops Nov 2, 1783

American Minute with Bill Federer After the victory over the British at Yorktown, many of the Continental soldiers grew disillusioned with the new American government,...

Foundation of the Constitution is Pure Virtue

American Minute with Bill Federer John Adams was born OCTOBER 30, 1735. A Harvard graduate, he was admitted to the bar and married Abigail Smith in...

“America is another name for opportunity…”

American Minute with Bill Federer The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World was dedicated OCTOBER 28, 1886. Standing 305 feet above the pedestal base, the 450,000...

Minutemen, Militia and the 2nd Amendment

American Minute with Bill Federer In September of 1774, Dr. Joseph Warren wrote the Suffolk Resolves. British statesman Edmund Burke cited the Suffolk Resolves as a...

Donald Trump’s irrefutable brilliance

LT. COLONEL ANDRE DEAN “Notes from the Colonel” “Trump is an orange-faced buffoon.  He hates women, Muslims, blacks, and Mexicans.  He is a bigoted, lying, white...

Righteousness exalteth a nation

American Minute with Bill Federer Shocking reports reveal Muslim Brotherhood, ISIS and Boko Haram fighters in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and Africa beheading, kidnapping, enslaving and...

Herbert Hoover died OCTOBER 20, 1964

American Minute with Bill Federer In declining health, President Franklin D. Roosevelt wrote a letter, April 5, 1945, to the Saudi King. promising not to...

William Penn born OCTOBER 14, 1644

American Minute with Bill Federer After Columbus discovered the New World, Spain grew in power to surpass Portugal as the largest global empire, giving rise...

Margaret Thatcher – “The Iron Lady”

American Minute with Bill Federer Known as "The Iron Lady" for her stand against communism, Margaret Thatcher was born OCTOBER 13, 1925. She became the first...

The fall from liberty into tyranny

American Minute with Bill Federer How Tyrants Arise - a fascinating, in-depth explanation by Plato. Plato was a Greek philosopher who lived in the city-state of...

Louis Pasteur’s faith in action

American Minute with Bill Federer Washing hands to prevent the spread of disease was recommended in 1844 to the doctors of the Vienna General Hospital...

Some folks must have missed those lessons

BY T.F. STERN I’ve been scratching my brain trying to figure out what happened; I mean, (in my best Arlo Guthrie voice), I mean… how...

‘Righteousness exalteth a nation.’

American Minute with Bill Federer Crying "No taxation without representation," he instigated the Stamp Act Riots in 1765. In 1770, after the Boston Massacre, where British...