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Happy 241st Birthday U.S. Army

Today is the 241st birthday of the U.S. Army. “For 241 years … our Soldiers have answered our Nation’s call to defend our freedom. This year’s birthday theme … embodies my readiness priority … As an American Soldier, you are the … Continue reading

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Scholastic Pulls Children’s book, ‘A Birthday Cake for George Washington’

The Associated Press recently reported that Scholastic pulled a picture book it had published this week after complaints that the book “sentimentalized” slavery. The picture book, “A Birthday Cake for George Washington,” was released on January 5th, 2016 in time for the … Continue reading

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The Watch: 240 Years of U.S. Naval Excellence, Celebrating the U.S. Navy’s Birthday

October 13, 2015 is the 240th anniversary of the United States Navy. The unofficial motto of the U.S. Navy is “Non sibi sed patriae” (Not for self but for country). At the beginning of the Revolutionary War the new Continental Congress … Continue reading

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2015 American Crisis Just As Bad as 1775

America’s crises today are as dire as those the colonists faced in 1775 and Nazi-era evil. In 1775 there were 2.5 million people living in British American colonies who were nearly equally divided. One-third actively fought for independence; one-third were … Continue reading

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Will the Real Americans Please Stand Up?

Jeremy Dodge is an American songwriter and defender of the U.S. Constitution who recently began speaking out about basic constitutional principles that continue to be ignored, violated, or forgotten. He mentions that several years ago he didn’t know what or how … Continue reading

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First Black Pastor to Preach to Congress Cited Biblical Opposition to Slavery, Founders’ Support for Thirteenth Amendment

What most Americans may not realize is that early Americans opposed and even outlawed slavery. By the 1770s Pennsylvanian, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and others had passed anti-slavery laws—which the Tories opposed. King George III’s British governors in America vetoed … Continue reading

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Bulletproof: George Washington, the Man Who Could Not Die

George Washington is perhaps the foremost American who despite all odds could not die. He was known, even by his enemies, as having supernatural protection. In the French and Indian War, (Washington fought against the French) Washington and roughly 1,400 … Continue reading

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