The Poetic Crusades of John Greenleaf Whittier

24 Feb
Poetry is, like any writing, a tool in the hand of the poet, and at times, can be used as a weapon in the hand of a crusader. It has often been said that “The pen is mightier than the...
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Profiles of Great Americans: Henry Clay

25 Mar
Henry Clay
Henry Clay ran thrice for President. Obviously, he lost thrice. This does not diminish the importance of this political figure in American history. Clay was one of the leading senators in American history and together with John C. Calhoun and...
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Profiles of Great Americans: Noah Webster

30 Oct
Noah Webster is called the “Father of American Education” today and indeed he was the primary founder of the educational system of the early Republic. Webster firmly believed in God and he believed that the best education a child could...
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Resistance to Tyrants…

23 Sep
Some are willing to acknowledge the part that Christian principles played in the foundation of our nation and government but would they be so bold to believe that the American Revolution itself was a Christian movement? I believe in some...
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