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The Character of Washington and Lincoln

BY GARY S. SMITH, INSTITUTE FOR FAITH & FREEDOM In the aftermath of President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial and in light of the scathing attacks...

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...

A “Talk” to the Cherokee Nation

American Minute with Bill Federer The Pulitzer Prize winning book Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies, written by Jared Diamond (1997), documented...

The French and Indian War

American Minute with Bill Federer In the decades prior to the Revolutionary War, tensions arose between the two largest global powers: BRITAIN, led by King...

President’s Day

American Minute with Bill Federer George Washington was born FEBRUARY 22, 1732. Washington was: -unanimously chosen as the Army's Commander-in-Chief; -unanimously chosen as President of the Constitutional Convention;...

The Battle of Princeton – JANUARY 3, 1777

American Minute with Bill Federer Frederick the Great of Prussia called these ten days "the most brilliant in the world's history." After winning the Battle of...

George Washington died DECEMBER 14, 1799

American Minute with Bill Federer He caught a chill riding horseback several hours in the snow while inspecting his Mount Vernon farm. The next morning it...

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,...

French and Indian War

American Minute with Bill Federer In the decades prior to the Revolutionary War, tensions arose between the two largest global powers: Britain, led by King...

George Washington born FEB 22, 1732

American Minute with Bill Federer George Washington was born FEBRUARY 22, 1732. Washington was unanimously chosen as the Army's Commander-in-Chief, unanimously chosen as President of the...

The Battle of Princeton

American Minute with Bill Federer Frederick the Great of Prussia called these ten days "the most brilliant in the world's history." After winning the Battle of...

George Washington died DEC 14, 1799

American Minute with Bill Federer He caught a chill riding horseback several hours in the snow while inspecting his Mount Vernon farm. The next morning it...

General George Washington’s Character

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,...

Divine Providence, Indians & Washington

American Minute with Bill Federer In the decades prior to the Revolutionary War, tensions arose between the two largest global powers: Britain, led by King...

George Washington born FEBRUARY 22, 1732

American Minute with Bill Federer George Washington was born FEBRUARY 22, 1732. Washington was unanimously chosen as the Army's Commander-in-Chief, unanimously chosen as President of the...

Divine Intervention Supported Washington

American Minute with Bill Federer Frederick the Great of Prussia called these ten days "the most brilliant in the world's history." After winning the Battle of...

George Washington died DECEMBER 14, 1799

American Minute with Bill Federer He caught a chill riding horseback several hours in the snow while inspecting his Mount Vernon farm. The next morning it...

George Washington’s Faith and Humility

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,...

How should the President invite you to dinner?

THOMAS JEFFERSON LEADERSHIP Th: Jefferson requests the favor of Dr. Thornton, Mrs. Thornton and Mrs. Bridau’s company to dinner tomorrow at three oclock. Source: To William Thornton...

Battle of Monongahela July 18, 1755

American Minute with Bill Federer In the decades prior to the Revolutionary War, tensions arose between the two largest global powers: Britain, led by King...

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