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Providential Destiny and Duty or Not? — Steve Farrell

THEY WERE BELIEVERS WITH STEVE FARRELL Did the establishment of the United States, this ‘light on the hill’ republic, come about by mere chance or...

The Surest Foundation of a People’s Prosperity

CALLED UNTO LIBERTY, FOUNDING ERA SERMONS, JOSEPH SEWALL Learn that true religion lays the surest foundation of a people’s prosperity. Righteousness exalteth a Nation, Prov....

Great Key to the Rise and Fall of Liberty – Jedediah Morse

Called Unto Liberty, Founding Era Sermons, Jedediah Morse OUR dangers are of two kinds, those which offend our religion, and those which offend our government....

Samuel Cooke: The True Principles of Civil Government

Called Unto Liberty, Samuel Cooke, 1770 Introduction: The Reverend Samuel Cooke was a graduate of Harvard College in the class of 1735, then in the...

Witherspoon: There are Bounds to the Evil of Men and Nations

Called Unto Liberty, Founding Era Sermons, John Witherspoon May 1776 Surely the Wrath of Man shall praise thee; the remainder of Wrath shalt thou restrain. Psalm LXXVI....

A Time to Preach and a Time to Fight

BY PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY October 1, 1746 is the birthday of a famous pastor of the American Revolution days named John Peter Muhlenberg. This gives us...

Thomas Jefferson Writes of Jesus Christ

They Were Believers, Thomas Jefferson, 1803 In a letter to his lifelong friend and fellow signer of the Declaration of Independence, Doctor Benjamin Rush,...

The Event is in the Hand of God

BY STEVE FARRELL As the delegates filtered in the week and a half prior to the start of the Constitutional Convention in May of 1787,...

John Adams on 'An Accomplished Judge'

LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL One of the most diabolical features of our present dumbed-down, secularized, and thoroughly corrupted educational system in the United States...

John Adams on ‘An Accomplished Judge’

LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL One of the most diabolical features of our present dumbed-down, secularized, and thoroughly corrupted educational system in the United States...

George Washington on the Doctrine of Providence

They Were Believers, George Washington, 1778 ... It is not a little pleasing, nor less wonderful to contemplate, that after two years Manoeuvring and undergoing...

Samuel Adams: "Matters of this kind…are Serious Things"

They Were Believers, Samuel Adams, 1778 In this letter to the Earl of Carlisle and Others, Samuel Adams responds as to the justness of their...

Samuel Adams: “Matters of this kind…are Serious Things”

They Were Believers, Samuel Adams, 1778 In this letter to the Earl of Carlisle and Others, Samuel Adams responds as to the justness of their...

American Minute – Justice Story on Christianity and the American Founding

American Minute with Bill Federer His father was a Boston Tea Party "Indian." He graduated second in his class from Harvard, was a U.S. Representative, then...

John Adams on the Design of Christianity

They Were Believers, John Adams Spent an hour in the beginning of the evening at Major Gardiner’s, where it was thought that the design of...

Providential Destiny and Duty or Not?

BY STEVE FARRELL Was the establishment of the United States, this ‘light on the hill’ republic, an event of mere chance or was it a...

John Hancock: Thanksgving Proclamation, Inspiring Full Text

They Were Believers, John Hancock, 1780 By his Excellency JOHN HANCOCK, ESQ. Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. A Proclamation For...

Dickinson: The King of Kings Bestows Rights, Not the State

They Were Believers, John Dickinson To talk of your "charter" gentlemen, on this occasion, is but weakening the cause by relying on false aids. Your...

The Need for Men of Understanding and Inflexible Virture

American Correspondence, Samuel Adams In 1781, while the war was still uncertain, Samuel Adams writes to his good friend and fellow patriot encouraging him to...

Samuel Adams: Jeroboam, Ungodly Leadership & Civic Duty

They Were Believers, Samuel Adams, November 11, 1771 Messieurs EDES & GILL, WE read that "Jeroboam the Son of Nebat made Israel to sin": For this...

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Is it really over?

BY T.F. STERN I read a comment issued by an old friend who happens to be a Biden supporter.  She was gloating, as if her...

Government transparency should not be controversial

~Shining light on EPA actions should get 100% support – but is opposed by the usual suspects~ Duggan Flanakin Ballot harvesting, behind-the-curtains ballot counting and other...

Your Mother is on the Roof

BY T.F. STERN My father had a library of stories and jokes that he’d share, usually when we were a captive audience while on a...

Preserving courtroom and verdict integrity

BY PAUL DRIESSEN ~Our civil justice system is as much at risk as the integrity of ballots, elections and democracy~ Big Media, Big Tech, Big Academia,...