Nov 11, 2001 by Scott Jensen In 1921, an unknown World War I American soldier was buried in Arlington National Cemetery. This site, on a hillside overlooking the Potomac River and the city of Washington D.C., became the focal point of reverence for America’s veterans. Similar ceremonies occurred earlier in England and France, where … More Veteran’s Day Message
by Bill Federer Oct 2 Nation’s first National Day of Thanksgiving to Almighty God The First Amendment was passed in the First Session of Congress, which was meeting in New York City. The first Ten Amendments, called the Bill of Rights, were intended to be “handcuffs” or limitations on the power of the new … More Same week Congress approved First Amendment, it requested Day of Prayer
By John W. Whitehead September 10, 2019 “That was when they suspended the Constitution. They said it would be temporary. There wasn’t even any rioting in the streets. People stayed home at night, watching television, looking for some direction. There wasn’t even an enemy you could put your finger on.”—Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale It’s been … More The Bill of Rights Turns 230, and What Do We Have to Show for It? Nothing Good
By Molly Prince Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) responded on Thursday after the chief executives of more than 100 companies wrote a letter to the U.S. Senate urging Congress to pass various anti-gun measures. “Now look, here’s my starting point: I want to see facts. I believe love is the answer, but I also … More VIDEO GOP Senator Hits Back After CEOs Demand Gun Reform: ‘Love Is The Answer, But I Own A Handgun Just In Case’
August 31, 2019 by Bradlee Dean “How many times I have broadcasted on air that you either deal lawfully with corrupt anti-gunner politicians for violating our Bill of Rights (Article 2, Section 4, US Constitution), or you will be disarmed. There is no in-between. If Americans do not want to learn from history, then Americans will learn … More VIDEO The Father Of The Bill Of Rights Warned: The Best Way To Enslave The People Is To Disarm Them!
The Ninth Amendment was James Madison’s attempt to ensure that the Bill of Rights was not seen as granting to the people of the United States only the specific rights it addressed. In recent years, some have interpreted it as affirming the existence of such “unenumerated” rights outside those expressly protected by the Bill of Rights. Amendment IX The enumeration in the … More VIDEO Ninth Amendment – Danger of Ignoring the Constitution
By Dr. Jerry Newcombe – June 22, 2019 “Those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it,” said Santayana. Many young people today claim to prefer socialism—and in some cases, even communism (which is socialism’s more violent form)—over capitalism. Recently a candidate for city council in Denver declared that capitalism has failed and … More What Is This Love Affair with Socialism?
Chuck Norris reminds people why this nation depends on Almighty Deity This Thursday, May 3, is the 67th Annual National Day of Prayer. The theme this year is “Love One Another,” which couldn’t be a better one when it comes to praying for others. The National Day of Prayer has been an annual observance … More America’s founders on National Day of Prayer
Surreal progressive nightmare at appeasing, far-left institution April 28, 2019 Two years after social-justice warriors took over far-left Evergreen State College, the final segment of a three-part documentary on the saga has been released. It came as the Board of Trustees met Thursday to discuss the fate of the president, George Bridges, whose attempt … More VIDEO How social-justice-warrior students took over Evergreen college
by Bill Federer A tradition from the beginning of Congress. U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry C. Black was elected in 2003. Posted on the official U.S. Senate website is: “Chaplain’s Office — Throughout the years, the United States Senate has honored the historic separation of Church and State, but not the separation of God … More U.S. Senate and U.S. House Chaplains