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Twas the Night after Christmas in 1776

Twas the Night after Christmas in 1776

The present delivered that morning in Trenton has continued to bless Americans every Christmas. Let’s not forget in all the festivities to pass the knowledge of this gift to our future generations.

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American Lives Matter 1776

American Lives Matter 1776

Lately, much attention has been given to shameful events including criminals, police, arrest, murder, vandalism, rioting, and protests that have plagued the streets of America. These events, of course, are not isolated to just our modern times. During the time leading up to the Revolutionary War, there was a tumultuous stirring in the 1700’s, a movement which one might label, “American Lives Matter.” This righteous movement occurred after a long train of abuses against all American citizens of every color and nationality. From the Boston Massacre of 1770, the bombing of Boston and burning of Charlestown in 1774, or in the attacks on Williamsburg, Concord, or Lexington in 1775, Americans were attacked with lethal force! Beyond warfare here is a short list of bigoted and hateful things those Americans were forced to endure: The innocent were killed and oppressed Americans were being forced at gun point to share their homes […]

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There Will Be No Second American Revolution

There Will Be No Second American Revolution

The powers-that-be want us to feel powerless to protect ourselves and reliant on and grateful for the dubious protection provided by the American police state. Their strategy is working. The tree of liberty is dying. There will be no second American Revolution.

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From the Declaration of Independence, at the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C. (Photo credit: Billy Hathorn)

Independence Day: A Godly Theme to Be Imitated Perpetually?

This week we celebrate the 240th birth day of our Constitutional Republic. Our founders laid down the immutable principles for the foundation of our civil government in that great document we call the Unanimous Declaration of Independence. It was a document of secession, many are surprised to hear that, but that’s what it was; they were seceding from the government of Great Britain, separating to form a new country and a new civil government.

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Independence Week: An Homage To The Preachers

Independence Week: An Homage To The Preachers

More than any other element of society, King George feared the preachers. He called them the “Black Regiment,” because of the black clerical robes they wore when preaching. Were it not for the Black Regiment, it is most unlikely that there would have ever been a Declaration of Independence.

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Non-Resistance to Tyrants is Obedience to Satan!

Non-Resistance to Tyrants is Obedience to Satan!

Americans have to their own shameless apathetic and tolerant ways have not yet learned that those “that preach tolerance, only mean to dominate, then they try to silence the good.” Even when the writing is on the wall, for some reason or another, Americans feel that it still does not apply to them. How is this?

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John Locke and Today’s Christian

John Locke and Today’s Christian

Christians are in a tough spot, but when were we not? In today’s America, where truth is exchanged for lies, our place in the political realm is particularly tricky. Our faith offers a better way for the apostate.

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The Battle of Bunker Hill: Part Eight

The Battle of Bunker Hill: Part Eight

Consider the effect of the men on the hill being unwilling to help Prescott’s men in the redoubt. Some of Prescott’s men were killed because they ran out of ammunition and didn’t have someone step into the redoubt alongside them and start firing away when they were no longer able.

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The Battle of Bunker Hill: Part Seven

The Battle of Bunker Hill: Part Seven

At the end of the first assault, two things should be noteworthy. First, the British had to withdraw because their ranks were decimated. The second thing we need to be aware of was the fact that Putnam tried to bring some reinforcements to Prescott and the men in the redoubt.

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Battle of Bunker Hill: Part Six

Battle of Bunker Hill: Part Six

The battle began at 3 p.m. For that is when the redcoats began their march up the five hundred yard upgrade. But as they did, General Howe already had made a big mistake.

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