Justice Like A Rolling Wave

27 Jan
Human history is a rushing river of freedom and justice, which starts as a small trickle but soon reaches tidal wave proportions. The actions of a few can multiply into great revolutions and we never know which courageous stand will...
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Epic American Battles: King’s Mountain

3 Oct
The American Revolution was filled with campaigns and battles which the American colonists lost to the British but the great triumphs that the patriots did win were great indeed. They were the decisive battles: Trenton, Saratoga and Yorktown, etc. Another...
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The Forgotten States of America

22 Sep
The story of how our map came to have fifty states is an intriguing drama. However, the fifty states that make up the Union today are not the only areas of the map that have campaigned for statehood, their simply...
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“To Inherit the Wind…”

17 Dec
Today, we are living in a post-Christian culture. Despite what we may want to believe about our society, we have collectively abandoned God and confined him to the “private sector”. How did this come to be? How did we regress...
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Epic American Battles: Chancellorsville

2 Dec
Robert E. Lee was one of the greatest American generals who ever lived and although he fought for the Confederacy during the Civil War, he also served in the United States’ army during the Mexican-American War. Robert E. Lee was...
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Epic American Battles: Fort Donelson

13 Nov
The Civil War was the first modern war. Men and supplies moved by railroad, orders moved by telegraph and war itself moved from the battlefield to the cornfield. The Civil War was not only the first modern war, it was...
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Profiles of Great Americans: David Farragut

2 Oct
David Farragut is famous today for an order he gave during the Battle of Mobile Bay during the Civil War: “Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!” But Admiral Farragut can, and I believe, should, be remembered for so much more....
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