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Posts Tagged ‘american history’

A National Day of Fasting and Prayer

A National Day of Fasting and Prayer

American Minute with Bill Federer     During the Civil War, on MARCH 30, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed a National Day of Humiliation, Fasting and Prayer: "Whereas, the Senate of the United States devoutly recognizing the Supreme Authority and just Government of Almighty God in all the affairs of men and of nations, has, by [...]

John Tyler on Religion & Government

John Tyler on Religion & Government

American Minute with Bill Federer     Tenth President John Tyler was born MARCH 29, 1790. John Tyler was the first Vice-President to assume the Presidency when William Henry Harrison died after only one month in office. In his first address, April 9, President John Tyler stated: "For the first time in our history the person [...]

America is a Christian Nation

America is a Christian Nation

American Minute with Bill Federer     U.S. Supreme Court stated in the 1892 case of Church of the Holy Trinity v. United States, written by Justice David Josiah Brewer (143 U.S. 457-458, 465-471, 36 L ed 226): "This is a religious people. This is historically true. From the discovery of this continent to the present hour, there is a [...]

What is America’s Source of Power?

What is America’s Source of Power?

American Minute with Bill Federer     John Adams had an enduring legacy. The 2nd President, he wrote, April 26, 1777: "Posterity! You will never know how much it cost the present generation to preserve your freedom! I hope you will make a good use of it If you do not, I shall repent in Heaven that I ever took half the pains to [...]

Slavery didn’t go away over night

Slavery didn’t go away over night

American Minute with Bill Federer     There has never been an abolitionist movement to completely end all slavery in the Islamic world, as Mohammed himself owned slaves. The U.S. State Department in 1993 estimated 90,000 Southern Sudanese were captured and taken into slavery by North African Arabs. UNICEF estimated 200,000 children [...]

Foundations of the Revolution

Foundations of the Revolution

American Minute with Bill Federer     The Declaration of Independence indicted King George III because: "He has obstructed the administration of justice." "He has made judges dependent on his will alone." "He has erected a multitude of new offices, and sent hither swarms of officers to harass our people." "He has kept among [...]

Johnny Appleseed died on March 18, 1845

Johnny Appleseed died on March 18, 1845

American Minute with Bill Federer     70-years-old, he visited his friend William Worth one evening, ate some milk and bread, read out loud from the Bible, laid down on the floor to sleep and never woke up. This was how John Chapman, better known as Johnny Appleseed, died on MARCH 18, 1845. Johnny Appleseed's father, Nathaniel [...]

A Pox on Politicians

A Pox on Politicians

BY ALAN CARUBA Nobody likes politicians, but everybody votes for them. Perhaps the most quintessential American theme throughout its history has been the role politicians have played in creating it—we call them our Founding Fathers—and the endless role of those who have wanted to take us in the wrong direction or at least tried to. I [...]

Chief Architect of the Constitution

Chief Architect of the Constitution

American Minute with Bill Federer     Called the "Chief Architect of the Constitution," he wrote many of the Federalist Papers which helped convince States to ratify the Constitution. He introduced the First Amendment in the first session of Congress. This was James Madison, born MARCH 16, 1751. At the onset of the War of 1812, [...]

The Ides of March American Style

The Ides of March American Style

American Minute with Bill Federer     On MARCH 15, 1941, Franklin Roosevelt warned at the Dinner of White House Correspondents: "Modern tyrants find it necessary to eliminate all democracies... A few weeks ago I spoke of...freedom of speech and expression, freedom of every person to worship God in his own way... If we fail - if [...]

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